Wärtsilä has announced its support of the International Maritime Organization agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
ExxonMobil will supply fuels that comply with the IMO’s 0.5% sulfur cap in ports in Northwest Europe, the Mediterranean and Singapore.
Sinopec has launched its Green Action Plan for its aim of becoming a clean, efficient and low-carbon enterprise by 2023.
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