Vessel redirects – in the name of profit rather than the planet
The Cape of Good Hope dilemma
New rules on emissions are starting to worry ship owners. As this short story from Bloomberg reveals, the regulations will cost owners more than $500bn by 2025, or $50bn a year from 2015 – and at a time when shipping lines and owners are hardly flash with cash. On the same subject, Maersk here explains how it plans to reduce fuel consumption altogether.
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