Shipping must up its fuel testing game

“Stakeholders should consider a more focused fuel testing approach centred around complex fuel contamination, compatibility and stability issues.” Chris Dyson, director, London office, Exponent

Fuel testing will be a vital marine service after 2020, not merely a commodity, writes Chris Dyson, director of engineering and scientific consultancy Exponent.

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