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How are tighter emissions regulations impacting the global cruise liner industry?

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Listen: How are tighter emissions regulations impacting the global cruise liner industry?

Sweeping changes to marine fuel regulation are affecting cruise liners more than most segments of the global shipping industry. Ned Molloy, managing editor, fuel oil at S&P Global Platts, speaks to Bud Darr, senior vice president of technical and regulatory affairs at Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), on ECA zones, cost saving, oil price risk, and the evidence going into the IMO's upcoming decision in October on when to implement a global sulfur cap of 0.5%.


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