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Listen: Is blending biofuel in the bunker fuel pool a viable alternative to installing scrubbers?

As the bunkering industry gears up for the International Maritime Organization's tighter sulfur emission standards from 2020 onward, is the blending of biofuels a viable way to reduce emissions? S&P Global Platts senior biofuel specialist George Griffiths and fuel oil associate editor Emma Kettley navigate the stormy seas that surround the bunker fuel market as 2020 approaches, and weigh up the advantages and limitations of this blending.

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