The Chairpersons of the Round Table of international shipping associations met in Rome in February to exchange their members’ experiences with the implementation of IMO’s 2020 global sulphur regulations.
Cruise ships are choking Europe’s port cities with the biggest cruise company, Carnival Corporation, emitting 10 times more SOx) than all of Europe’s 260 million cars, new research shows.
SOx compliance and the approaching global sulphur cap are among the marine industry’s most pressing concerns.
Alfa Laval PureNOx technology has long been the choice for water treatment in Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR), one of the main strategies for Tier III NOx compliance.
Hamburg Süd and its Swedish customer Electrolux are teaming up to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions in ports.
This week, the IMO agreed to ban fuel with an excessively high sulphur content on board ships. The proposal was actively supported by Denmark and is now to be finally adopted by the IMO MEPC.
The Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator will bring together technology companies and industry to test innovative digital solutions to critical safety and risk challenges.
From 2020, a ship will have no legitimate reason to bunker fuel with more than 0.50% sulphur unless it has approved abatement technology or a valid exemption to trial such technology.
Hamburg Süd and its Swedish customer Electrolux have launched a joint pilot project to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions in the Port of Iquique in Chile.