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The imposition of a global 0.5% sulfur cap may be less than four years away. This clearly will eliminate residual fuel from the available fuel options unless you have fitted your vessel with a scrubber or other exhaust gas treatment technology…
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Vehicles / Watercraft : gCaptain

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Scrubbers Set to Help Shippers Meet the New Sulfur Cap

Vehicles / Watercraft : MarineLink.com

The 0.5 percent global sulfur cap by 2020 requires marine industry action. “By 2025, up to 20 percent of the global fleet could have [scrubber] technology installed,” estimates DuPont Clean Technologies Marine Business Development M...

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