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China to decrease sulfur emissions in ports.

December 30, 2015

Ships, including ocean-going vessels, which operate in the areas near the Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta and the Bohai Sea, will be obliged to use fuel containing less than 0.5% sulfur from January 1, 2019, according to the Chinese Ministry of Transportation’s new regulations and as reported by World Maritime News.China-Turning-Major-Shipping-Hubs-into-Emission-Control-Areas

Due to the growing recognition of how shipping contributes to air pollution along the coast, China has released the new regulations designating these three areas as emission control areas (ECA).

Additionally, China said that eleven key ports will be allowed to impose requirements for fuel burned at berth as early as January 1, 2016, namely the ports of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhujiang, Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Suzhou, Nantong, Tianjin, Qinhuangdao, Tangshan and Huanghua.

None of these ports have yet announced the implementation of the requirements, but the Chinese Ministry of Transportation said that Shanghai may do so sometime in the first half of 2016.

China added that mandatory port requirements will go into force from January 1, 2017, for all ports in the designated areas, including the aforementioned ports. At the end of 2019, the Chinese government will assess the situation and consider whether it is necessary to reduce the sulfur limit to 0.1%.

What this means to you
Ships, including ocean-going vessels, which operate in the areas near the Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta and the Bohai Sea, will be obliged to use fuel containing less than 0.5% sulfur from January 1, 2019.

MIRATECH can help
Contact MIRATECH to learn more about emission controls for marine engines.