Head of Research, Affinity Shipping LLP
16 Apr 2018 15:04 (GMT+1)

IMO’s decision causing further uncertainty

As it affects long-term expectations and solutions to other regulations.Yet another challenge for the shipping industry after the International Maritime Organization’s greenhouse gas cuts deal, requiring the industry to come up with GHG-free vessel designs over the next decade, while it has been struggling with several other regulations. Last Friday, the IMO's Marine Environment Protection Committee adopted a strategy on the reduction of the shipping industry’s GHG emissions by 50 per cent fr...
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