EU forced to postpone proposal on CO2 quotas for shipping

The entire legislative package, which includes how to induct the shipping industry into the EU's ETS system and requirements for greener fuels, originally set to be presented in June, is now postponed by one month.

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The shipping industry eagerly anticipates what the rules for inducting the sector into the EU's ETS system will look like and which requirements will be imposed on the fuels used by the industry in an effort to lower CO2 emissions.

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