Shipwrecked? Experts warn tankers could become stranded assets in low carbon transition

Madeleine Cuff
Shipwrecked? Experts warn tankers could become stranded assets in low carbon transition

Investors in shipping industry would be exposed to 'substantial financial risks' if global trade in fossil fuels slumps

Investors in oil tankers and 'dry bulk' vessels could be left financially adrift if efforts to limit global temperature rises to under 1.5C succeed, according to a new report released today by shipping...

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