City has brought in a generous voluntary scheme, but it can hardly follow Hong Kong’s example to pursue legislation in the near future
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- Hong Kong moves a step closer to low-sulphur legislation
- Hong Kong will deliver low-sulphur fuel law this year
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EEDI goals are too easy to achieve, according to Transport and Environment, which hopes to put pressure on the IMO to raise current targets from 2020Lobby wars at IMO over EEDI
City will spend $32m annually in covering up to 100% of the extra costs incurred in at-berth fuel switch
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Cruise operator to install air lubrication system in bid to cut fuel bills
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Time to enter the Lloyd’s List Global Awards 2015
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