Lloyd’s List: Most bulk carriers won’t comply with EEXI rules, says Houlder

Most of the dry bulk fleet will not meet the requirements for the new energy efficiency index for existing ships which follows on from the design index implemented for newbuildings several years ago

Lloyd’s List writes that a study carried out by the design and engineering consultancy Houlder found that 68% of the bulk carrier fleet will need to take some action to comply with the EEXI regulation that comes into force in 2023.

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