During his presentation at the last GREEN4SEA Conference, Mr. Andreas Zontanos, Partner, Argo Navis, provided a recap of what we know and what we do not and perhaps why, with respect to the exhaust emission abatement, ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap, noting that a lot of interest from potential retrofitters reached the makers, but has not resulted in orders yet.
Andreas Zontanos, Partner, Argonavis Andreas Zontanos holds a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer diploma from NTUA, and a M.Sc. Degree in Precision Engineering Metrology by Cranfield University, Cranfield, UK. Before establishing ARGO NAVIS, he has worked in consulting firms as junior and later senior consultant, in two (2) Greek ship management companies as superintendent engineer, led on-site newbuilding supervision teams in two (2) bulk carrier newbuilding projects in Croatia and China for Greek ship-owners and worked as an independent engineer conducting surveys and supervising conversions and repair works.
In this article, Mr. Andreas Zontanos, Managing Partner, Argo Navis comments on the first industry reactions following the ratification of the BWM Convention on September 8th.
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