International shipping has only just agreed to implement global sulfur requirements in 2020, and a big "but" is already resounding throughout the industry.
This concerns the actual enforcement of the requirements, which from 2020 mean that vessel emissions are permitted a maximum sulfur content of 0.5 percent. The enforcement of the sulfur requirements has always been a sensitive issue in the sulfur debate, and now it must be resolved within the next three years.
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