Tag: Emissions

A strong case for scrubbers? Marine Propulsion’s Paul Fanning asks if the post-2020 case for using scrubbers will be too good to ignore

Reposted from Marine Propulsion.  Speaking at last week’s European Marine Engineering Conference in Amsterdam, Iain White of ExxonMobil gave a presentation that put fuelling scenarios for 2020 into sharp focus. While he made it clear that there would be no ‘magic bullet’ that would guarantee compliance with the sulphur cap, […]

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Light at the end of the funnel: Green finance for dirty ships — New ways to foot the hefty bill for making old ships less polluting

Published originally in The Economist: SHIPPING may seem like a clean form of transport. Carrying more than 90% of the world’s trade, ocean-going vessels produce just 3% of its greenhouse-gas emissions. But the industry is dirtier than that makes it sound. By burning heavy fuel oil, just 15 of the […]

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CROE’s Nick Confuorto Discusses Benefits of Scrubbers as a Compliance Solution With Ship and Bunker

Below, we link to two articles published by Ship & Bunker where Nick Confuorto, CR Ocean Engineering’s President and Chief Operations Officer, discusses the effectiveness of marine exhaust gas scrubbers and their economic benefits in light of the 2020 new caps on sulfur emissions. Scrubbers are one step ahead of […]

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