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Listen: IMO 2020: Evolving storage dynamics in Asia in the run up to 2020

The new sulfur cap set by the International Maritime Organization will be implemented in January 2020. As the sulfur cut is so drastic, from 3.5% to 0.5%, uncertainty continues to grip the industry, which does not seem to have a clear picture on how the market will become after 2020. In this episode, S&P Global Platts editors Rajesh Nair, Atsuko Kawasaki, and Clarice Chiam, examine how the supply chain infrastructure in Asia is preparing for the changes ahead.