Article: Smoke and Mirrors

Article: Smoke and Mirrors

by | 10 Dec 2014

Despite ship transportation being considered as the most energy efficient mode of transport, it still represents a significant contribution to global emissions.

The sulphur content of marine fuels is determined by local legislation and regulated through the International Maritime Organization (IMO) MARPOL Annex VI which is in turn implemented by national legislation of the signatory parties. Read more here…

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