14 February, 2018 | Marine Pro...
The IMO’s acceptance of a carriage ban on non-compliant fuels is a significant s...
an approved “equivalent arrangement” to meet the sulphur limit – such as an exhaust gas cleaning system or ‘scrubber’. On the face of it,
09 February, 2018 | The Motors...
The majority of delegations to the IMO’s Pollution Prevention and Response (PPR)...
of the IMO's 2020 sulphur cap The proposals, which seek to add a carriage ban to text regulating for the sulphur cap in Marpol annex six,
07 February, 2018 | The Mariti...
In his opening speech for this week's meeting of the IMO Subcommittee on Polluti...
engineered SOx emissions could be used to counteract climate change (with negative side effects). This means that reducing SOx emissions
05 February, 2018 | Ship & Bun...
05 February, 2018 | Mfame...
As the International Maritime Organization’s 2020 0.5% global sulfur cap draws e...
the even more stringent requirements of 0.1% Sulfur emissions in the current Emission Control Areas (ECAS) of North America and Northern
04 February, 2018 | Fathom New...
PRESS RELEASE: The International Maritime Organization has launched a new inform...
species, and contributes to the acidification of the oceans. Limiting SOx emissions from ships will improve air quality and protects the
28 December, 2017 | Ship & Bun...
24 November, 2017 | Tanker Shi...
There is a significant threat to public health from the particulate matter emitt...
the Asian Emissions Technology Conference in Singapore, Dr Zimmermann showed that, while neither scrubber technologies nor low-sulphur fuels
23 November, 2017 | Ship & Bun...
good returns from scrubbers (file image/pixabay) Scrubbers, or exhaust abatement technology, which allow ships to meet sulfur targets but
22 November, 2017 | Ship & Bun...
or not shipowners switch to low sulfur fuel oil after 2020 or continue to burn high sulfur product with a scrubber, they have an opportunity