Maersk Tankers CEO views climate summit as a potential lever for IMO's efforts

CEO of Maersk Tankers Christian Ingerslev notes that the upcoming UN climate summit, which will involve talks of decarbonization of shipping for the first time, could serve to accelerate the IMO's attempts to introduce global regulation and a CO2 levy.

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Maersk Tankers' CEO, Christian Ingerslev, believes that the UN's upcoming climate summit, COP26, could galvanize the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) efforts to set up global climate regulation and introduce a global CO2 levy for shipping.

The statement comes from Maersk Tankers' CEO on the website.

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