Análisis de interesados y toma de decisiones de los armadores de buques frente a la próxima política “IMO AZUFRE 2020”.
González-Cruz, Mª Carmen
Bastante-Ceca, Mª José
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The main type of oil used as fuel in ships is heavy fuel oil, derived from the residue of crude oil distillation. Crude oil contains sulphur which, after combustion in the engine, is released into the atmosphere along with the rest of the ship's emissions. In order to reduce SOx emissions from ships so that they can improve air quality and protect the environment, the OMI decided on 27 October 2016 that the sulphur limit under Annex VI to MARPOL would enter into force on 1 January 2020. Because of this, shipowners must implement projects to adapt to the new regulations. This study identifies the stakeholders who should support the decision-making process to select the best option for the shipowner in this situation.
- CIDIP 2020 (Alcoy)