The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is blowing its horn about the last set of rules they put forth. The sulfur cap rules began on January 1, 2020.
On January 1, 2023 a new set of rules will go into effect. These two regulations, the Energy Efficient Existing Ship (EEXI) and the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII), will provide greater impetus for cleaning up ocean shipping. Splash has put together a more in-depth article on these two regulations here.
The article has an excellent chart showing when different IMO regulations come into effect.
Ocean shipping is making attempts to help promote sustainability of ocean shipping.
Sam ChambersSeptember 8, 2022Sulphur cap has resulted in a 77% drop in SOx emissions from ships: IMO – Splash247
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