Marine scramble coming

A DECISION to bring forward implementation of low-sulphur requirements for marine bunker fuels has refiners and shippers scrambling to comply with the new deadline, as Japan and Singapore study LNG bunkering for car carriers plying between the two countries.

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The Siem Thiima dual-fuelled vessel.

The International Maritime Organisation recently confirmed that global refiners and shippers must comply with new regulations to cut the sulphur content in marine bunker fuels by January 2020 —

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