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Shipping Companies Brace for New Rules to Cut Deadly Sulphur Emissions

By Roslan Khasawneh and Keith Wallis SINGAPORE, Oct 4 (Reuters) – The global shipping industry is bracing for a key regulatory decision that could mark a milestone in reducing maritime pollution, but which could nearly double fuel costs in a sector already reeling from its worst downturn in decades. The shipping industry is by far […] The post Shipping Companies Brace for New Rules to Cut Deadly Sulphur Emissions appeared first on gCaptain.
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