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French authorities detained two vessels in Le Havre at end of December 2018, as they have breached ECA regulations by exceeding the sulphur cap of 0.1%.

French authorities detained two vessels in Le Havre at end of December 2018, as they have breached ECA regulations by exceeding the sulphur cap of 0.1%.

According to Leïla Esnard, Avocate au Barreau de Paris, one of the vessels was a chemical tanker which was carrying the flag of Antigua and Barbuda. This ship's sulphur level was measured at 0,23%.

The other was a container ship flying the flag of Singapore. This vessels's sulphur level was measured at 0,16%. The ship interests had to pay a fine of Euros 80,000 to be authorised to sail.

The criminal court of Le Havre will now examine these cases.

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