EU emissions rules evasion warning

The EU has maintained its share in the bluefin fishery.

Europe’s ports are calling for early and robust action to prevent possible evasion of EU emissions reduction rules

ESPO has welcomed the inclusion of maritime in the EU emissions trading system (ETS) but warns that shipping companies may try to evade charges by reconfiguring their routes.

The reviewed ETS, which was adopted by the European Parliament on 18 April 2023, allocates a ‘carbon allowance’ and applies to ships over 5,000 gt of any flag leaving or calling at EU ports.

Continue reading this article… 


Receive full access today!

Want to read more before deciding on a subscription? It only takes a minute to sign up for a free account and you’ll get to enjoy:

  • Weekly newsletters providing valuable news and information on the ports and terminals sector
  • Full access to our news archive
  • Live and archived webinars, podcasts and videos
  • Articles on innovations and current trends in the ports and terminals industry
  • Our extensive archive of data, research and intelligence

Already subscribed? SIGN IN now

Get more free content sign up today

Ready to subscribe? Choose from one of our subscription packages for unlimited access!