Clipper carriers converted to be more sulphur friendly

‘Clipper Tarpon’ can now hold an impressive 564.4m3 of MGO following conversion

Spurred on by stricter sulphur regulations, Clipper has converted one HFO tank onboard six of its 30,000 dwt Trader-type bulk carriers to use greater volumes of low sulphur Marine Gas Oil (MGO) in order to achieve compliance.

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