Golden Ocean and Odfjell work towards new CO2 rules, without knowing what they entail

Although the upcoming climate requirements for shipping still remain unclear, including how to measure the efficiency of a ship, shipping majors such as Odfjell and Golden Ocean are well on their way to prep their fleets for the upcoming regulations, they tell ShippingWatch.

Photo: Anngun Dybsland/Odfjell

Major companies in the Nordic region, such as Golden Ocean and Odfjell, are currently preparing their fleets for the upcoming CO2 requirements without knowing what the requirements will even be.

Executives of both companies tell ShippingWatch that they are reviewing both owned and chartered vessels to make sure they do not conflict with future requirements.

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