Alaska seeks to block low-sulfur fuel reg

Alaska seeks to block low-sulfur fuel reg

Alaska seeks to block low-sulfur fuel reg

 
In a lawsuit filed Friday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska, the state seeks an injunction keeping the EPA and Coast Guard from their plans to begin enforcing the North American Emissions Control Area (ECA) on Aug. 1.

We’ve been understanding during this negotiation process, but we cannot withstand another year in which our most important foreign market continues to slip away and soybean prices are 20 to 25%, or even more, below pre-tariff levels.

The Port of Hamburg handled 2.3 million TEUs in the first quarter, which was a 6.4% growth in container handling. The U.S. became the port's second-largest partner in container traffic with 121,000 TEUs.

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