WoodMac plots course for scrubbers, LNG and refiners post-IMO2020

RESEARCH from analyst firm Wood Mackenzie on the use of scrubbers suggests, that when International Maritime Organisation regulations cutting sulphur content from 3.5% to 0.5% hit in 2020 compliance by shippers will be around 85%, with full compliance five years later. 

WoodMac plots course for scrubbers, LNG and refiners post-IMO2020 WoodMac plots course for scrubbers, LNG and refiners post-IMO2020 WoodMac plots course for scrubbers, LNG and refiners post-IMO2020 WoodMac plots course for scrubbers, LNG and refiners post-IMO2020 WoodMac plots course for scrubbers, LNG and refiners post-IMO2020

Marine LNG to rise 70% this year but share still small

 
There are three main ways to meet IMO 2020 regulations: installing scrubbers that remove pollutants from the exhaust, using "lower-sulphur residual fuel oil or blending with distillate fuel oil