Can The Marine Scrubbing Industry Handle The IMO 2020 Demand?

Crunch time is imminent.

Upwards of 70,000 shipowners are being forced to make decisions on how they are going to meet the new International Maritime Organization (IMO) 2020 sulphur (sulfur) emissions requirements.

Which means it is crunch time for the marine exhaust gas cleaning systems (gas scrubbers) industry too.

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How To Futureproof Your Ship For IMO 2020

The first quarter of 2019 is almost behind us, yet the shipping industry remains mired in uncertainty.

In nine months’ time new IMO regulations take effect, limiting the permitted sulphur (sulfur) content of marine fuels to 0.5% m/m.

There’s no getting away from it - IMO 2020 is a massive event.

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5 Ways Shipowners Can Help The Environment

Despite IMO efforts like the new sulphur oxide (SOx) cap, effective January 2020, greenhouse gas emissions from shipping could increase by 50%-250% by 2050.

In order to avoid such a fallout shipowners will need to be proactive and shoulder some individual responsibility.

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The Lies Surrounding Open Loop Exhaust Gas Scrubbing Systems

With the clock fast ticking down to the implementation of the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO’s) 2020 sulphur (sulfur) emissions cap, ship operators are under extreme pressure to choose an affordable compliance solution.

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