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Operating 2-stroke engines in compliance with the global sulphur cap 2020

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Wärtsilä

8 pages
Published 14 Jul 2019
8 pages
Published 14 Jul 2019

Authors:

Wärtsilä

Operating 2-stroke engines in compliance with the global sulphur cap 2020

The maritime industry is currently facing an increasing amount of legislation aimed at safeguarding marine life and reducing emissions – as well as helping to ensure a sustainable future for our planet. The reduction of sulphur oxide (SOX) emissions from marine vessels has been a priority for some time due to the harmful impact they have on both human health and the environment.

Operating 2-stroke engines in compliance with the global sulphur cap 2020

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Options for ensuring compliance
  3. Preparing an engine to run on marine distillates, residualmfuels and/or blended fuels
  4. Converting a vessel to run on LNG
  5. Conclusion 


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