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Younger generation of shipping executives reconsider scrubbers ahead of IMO 2020

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Escuchar: Younger generation of shipping executives reconsider scrubbers ahead of IMO 2020

Among shipowners looking at how to cope with tighter marine fuels sulfur limits in 2020, the use of scrubbers to clean their emissions on board has been seen as a niche solution for the past few years. But that may be starting to change – rumours abound that the technology may be finding new supporters among a younger generation of shipping executives.

S&P Global Platts associate editorial director for EMEA oil Robert Beaman is joined by Eleni Pittalis, European fuel oil associate editor, and Jack Jordan, editorial lead for bunker news, for a discussion of how and why scrubbers might be becoming more popular.