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Sierra Leone to implement IMO 2020 penalties for non-compliant fuel

12 August 2021

From 1 September 2021, ship owners and operators calling at ports in Sierra Leone risk penalties of up to USD 15,000 if they carry fuel with a sulphur content exceeding 0.5 percent. Ships or members experiencing problems related to enforcement of MARPOL Annex V or unavailability of compliant fuel are encouraged to inform BIMCO via email hsse@bimco.org with “IMO 2020” in the subject field.

What is BIMCO thinking about 2020?

08 January 2020

Every year, BIMCO considers what is in store for the shipping industry and for BIMCO in the coming years, while also reflecting on the year gone by. We put all the thoughts in a magazine. This year is no different, and a range of BIMCO people have written their opinions on what the new year will bring.

BIMCO's Christian Bækmark Schiolborg in panel debate about sulphur cap

27 August 2021

BIMCO's Manager, Marine Environment, Christian Bækmark Schiolborg, will be taking part in a panel debate focusing on the impact of the sulphur cap on the industry and what the different players in the shipping industry can derive from the experience for the future. The debate is at the beginning of the first day of this three-day virtual conference and runs from 08:00 to 08:45 UTC.

ISO issue letter of conformity ahead of 2020 sulphur cap

18 July 2018

The 2020 0.50% sulphur limit for fuel oil used outside emission control areas will undoubtedly create operational issues for crews onboard ships. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has now issued a letter in this regard rebutting these claims.