Did the IMO's virtual meeting of the Marine Environment Protection Committee this week – at which member states were set to complete a plan for how shipping can make its ships 40 percent more efficient by 2030 – produce a good outcome?
This was in many ways not the case, if you ask one of the big names in the international shipping industry, Euronav CEO Hugo de Stoop. The chief executive of the major Belgian crude oil tanker operator stands out as one of the green advocates in shipping, and he was hoping for more, he tells ShippingWatch.
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