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Listen: IMO 2020: Which country will be the toughest enforcer of the sulfur cap?

At recent shipping industry events in London, compliance with the IMO's upcoming 0.5% sulfur cap on marine fuels was a hot topic among industry representatives. S&P Global Platts editors Ned Molloy, Tom Washington and Jack Jordan discuss a recent case of non-compliance in Denmark, as well as which countries can be expected to enforce the rules most strictly in 2020, given the evidence so far from ECA zone enforcement.


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