In this list
LNG | Natural Gas

2020: The outlook on LNG Bunkering

Commodities | Energy | Electric Power | Nuclear | Energy Transition | Emissions | Renewables | Natural Gas | Natural Gas (European) | Oil | Crude Oil | Refined Products | Metals | Non-Ferrous | Steel Raw Materials

Market Movers Europe, Jan 17-21: Ukraine border tensions spike commodity price fears

Energy | Energy Transition | Natural Gas

Methane Performance Certificate Assessments

Energy Transition | Renewables | LNG | Coronavirus

Asia Energy Transition Conference

Energy | Natural Gas | Energy Transition | Coal | Oil | Emissions | Crude Oil

Saudi energy minister hones plea to target carbon emission; not oil and gas

Energy | Energy Transition | Emissions | Carbon | Natural Gas | Natural Gas (North American) | Oil | Crude Oil | Refined Products | Metals | Steel Raw Materials

Commodity Tracker: 6 charts to watch this year

Listen: 2020: The outlook on LNG Bunkering

The International Maritime Organization has reduced the maximum amount of sulfur in bunker fuels from 3.5% to 0.5%, effective in 2020. Shipping companies will be paying more for fuel as they switch from high sulfur fuels to blends and distillates, but LNG is also emerging as an option.

Jason Silber of Platts Ocean Intelligence chats with Madeline Jowdy, Senior Director, Global Gas and LNG at S&P Global Platts, about the prospects for LNG bunkers heading into 2020 and beyond.


We welcome any feedback or suggestions for topics. Contact us at webeditor@platts.com.