Certain tankers might produce more CO2 while chasing CII rating, Gibson warns

Sep 15 2022

With less than four months until the entry into force of the IMO’s carbon intensity indicator (CII) and Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Design Index (EEXI),

fears are being raised that the tanker sector might emit higher CO2 emissions as it adjusts trading patterns to attain the required rating.

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