Shipping organizations reject criticism of new fuels

In an open letter, a number of shipping organizations respond to criticism from an environmental alliance. The new fuels look as expected so far, they say.

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In an open letter, a number of shipping organizations have now responded to a criticism from environmental alliance Clean Arctic Alliance.

Last week, the alliance posed several questions regarding the new low-sulfur fuels with 0.5 percent sulfur, which a study has connected to higher emissions of black carbon in the Arctic.

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