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China implements low sulphur fuel rule at major ports

China implements low sulphur fuel rule at major ports

Beijing - In line with China’s Emission Control Area (ECA) regulations, all ships calling at selected ports are required to switch to low-sulphur fuel with a sulphur content equivalent to 0.5 per cent m/m for one hour after berthing to one hour before unberthing.

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Chinese reefer ship arrested in Galapagos

Chinese reefer ship arrested in Galapagos

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