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War of words at the IMO over shipping's carbon problem

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Listen: War of words at the IMO over shipping's carbon problem

A working group of the IMO met at the organisation's headquarters in London recently to discuss cutting greenhouse gas emissions, setting off a public dispute about whether the shipping industry has too much influence over the UN body. S&P Global Platts fuel oil managing editor Ned Molloy and bunker news editor Jack Jordan assess the arguments on each side and examine whether a plan on GHG emissions is likely to emerge any time soon.

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