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The effects of IMO’s global sulphur cap for the marine industry are expected to be huge as the 3.5% m/m sulphur fuel limit will be reduced to 0.5%.
Although the risks of LNG as ship’s fuel and LNG bunkering should not be underestimated, the shipping industry sees LNG as a viable solution for reducing emissions.
Through its annexes, Marine pollution convention Marpol 73/78 covers a comprehensive range of pollution sources at sea, with ever stricter requirements for ships and platforms.
Fresh air intake does not necessarily mean improving conditions inside reefer containers. In fact, it may lead to unnecessary fuel consumption and increased emissions.