May, 2019
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But the financial case for scrubbers will ultimately disappear.
2020 Looking Good for Scrubber Equipped Tonnage: Drewry
It's too late for Jan 1, 2020, but it may come within 2020 or 2021, says marine monitoring systems firm Rivertrace.
Scrubber Owners Should Expect Mandatory Washwater Monitoring Regs
Which translates to a relatively conservative $160-180/mt premium for bunker buyers next year.
IMO2020: Expect Bunker Prices to Rise 30-40%, says KPI Bridge Oil
"The SeaCred report is a disruptive credit and marketing instrument," Jason Silber tells Ship & Bunker.
Former Platts Ocean Intelligence Head Launches New Credit Reporting Company
844 box ships now set to operate with scrubbers.
IMO2020: Scrubber-Equipped Tonnage Now Accounts for 36% of Box Ship Capacity
As part of MARPOL Annex VI.
IMO to Consider Licensing Scheme for Bunker Suppliers
However, one expert thinks the market has overreacted.
Analysts Express Conflicting Opinions as Crude Heads Towards Another Monthly Loss