2020 Vision: Monitoring for future fuels

A cylinder damaged by cat fines, which Rumbol believes could be present in increased quantities in some post-2020 fuels

In the first instalment of our new series looking at the 2020 sulphur cap, Larry Rumbol of Parker Kittiwake explains how cutting-edge monitoring can help ship operators address fuel concerns.

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