Unni Einemo, Director, International Bunker Industry Association comments on possible challenges that will arise due to the 2020 sulphur cap. Ms. Einemo notes that in the ideal scenario, enough fuels of acceptable quality will be available in order to meet future demand. However, this scenario is too optimistic and the shipping industry must prepare to deal with future issues.
Unni Einemo joined IBIA in April 2016 after having worked for nearly two decades as a journalist and analyst specialising in the marine fuel and shipping industries. Through writing, and regularly attending industry conferences and meetings at the International Maritime Organization, Ms. Einemo has gained expert industry knowledge, in particular on regulatory affairs and fuel quality issues. She earned a reputation for accurate and insightful reporting, and the ability to digest and communicate complex subject matter to the public. She is well respected for her analytical and editorial skills.
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