Low sulphur fuel oil has a higher content of catalytic fines (cat fines) when compared to high sulphur fuels. Margrete A. Nordahl, Claims Director, Master Mariner H&M at the Skuld P&I Club discussed best practice on preventing engine damage from catalytic fines in marine fuel oil.
Margrete A Nordahl
Margrete A. Nordahl has been Claims Director, Master Mariner H&M at the Skuld P&I Club since January 2017. She has worked as a Claims Director at HDI Global SE, an ISM Manager, Technical Manager and Marine Manager at Carisbrook Shipping, and a Loss Prevention Executive in Steamship Insurance Market Services. She started her career as a Deck Officer on 'Geko Prakla'.
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