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Last week The Loadstar reported that a lack of available low sulphur fuel oil was beginning to be noticed in certain trades, and Splash247 today provides further evidence that the transition to the new fuel emissions regulation is not going as smoothly as originally hoped, with vessels from Calcutta to Chennai, including container feeder ships, hit by a scarcity of the new fuel type. “Coastal shipping operations along India’s eastern coast risk grinding to a halt later this week due to the scarcity of low sulphur fuel oil.”

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