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As the International Maritime Organization's emissions regulations come into effect in 2020, shippers need to make some difficult decisions to meet requirements.
The Virginian Pilot released an article diving into the impact these regulations will have on the global shipping fleet and the available fuel supply options.
"Every shipping company is looking at this differently," said Will Fediw, vice president of industry and government affairs for the Virginia Maritime Association, a Norfolk-based trade group.
The article includes input from a few VMA Member companies: Vane Brothers, CMA CGM, and Maersk.
Read the article now:
Shipping industry faces massive regulatory change with fuel. Here's what that means for Hampton Roads.
Learn more about Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) as a a fuel option that can meet emission requirements.
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