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PostHeaderIcon ... Consequences of New Marine Fuel Sulphur Regulations


This is an analysis prepared by the Swedish Maritime Administration on the new SECA low sulphur zone established from English Channel through the North Sea and into the Baltic Sea. An 85 page report. An interesting read with thorough overview of financial impact of these new regulations that by 2020 are set to practically eliminate sulphur emissions to 0.1% (report is also based on a Finnish Maritime Administration's study). Here is a map depicting the SECA zone in European waters. A similar approach is being pursued by USA and Canada.

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Consequences of the IMO’s New Marine Fuel Sulphur Regulations


Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 December 2009 14:22)

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