Ensuring compliance for 2-stroke engines
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.
The IMO global 0.5% limit on sulphur in marine fuels comes into force from 1 January 2020. The global sulphur cap will bring about significant changes in the type and quality of fuels used in the industry, impacting both vessel operations and supply chains. There are three broad strategies available to ensure compliance with the 2020 sulphur legislation. Download the business white paper to read more.