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“Known unknowns” – the sulphur cap is here

Maritime Risk International

“Known unknowns” – the sulphur cap is here

The sulphur cap is finally here, but what do we actually know? asks Nick Austin, of Reed Smith

And so, 1 January 2020 has come and gone. The sulphur cap is with us and the sea air is, rightly, cleaner for it. After so much has been said about the new MARPOL Annex VI sulphur cap it might be thought that there is nothing much left to talk about. Theory is now reality and all we can do is sit back and see whether the predictions of disrupted supplies, uncertain quality and unpredictable enforcement come true.

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