- Jytte Guteland MEP, S&D
- Kare Press-Kristensen, senior adviser, Danish Ecological Council - download presentation
- Anne Skov Strüver, director, maritime regulation, Danish Maritime Authority - download presentation
- Marianne Wenning, director, quality of life, water and air, DG Environment, European Commission
- Roger Strevens, chairman, Trident Alliance of shipping owners and operators - download presentation
What? Stricter limits for sulphur in marine fuels agreed in the new Sulphur Directive 2012/33 enter into force on 1 January 2015.
All ships sailing in the Baltic Sea, the North Sea and the English Channel cannot use fuel with more than 0,1% of sulphur or must use abatement technologies (scrubbers).
With only a month to go, less than half of the member states have properly transposed the Directive into national law. Enforcement and non-compliance are major concerns. Shipping air pollution causes 50,000 premature deaths every year in Europe.
Will ships comply? Will ports enforce new sulphur directive?
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