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Iran sanctions begin to bite; what does IMO 2020 mean for fuel oil?

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Listen: Iran sanctions begin to bite; what does IMO 2020 mean for fuel oil?

The expiration of the US-issued Iranian sanctions waivers has now passed, leaving regular buyers of Iranian crude – and the fuel oil market – short of a regular supply line. S&P Global Platts reporters Tamara Sleiman and Eklavya Gupte tell Joel Hanley who they think the winners could be.

Additionally, we have the latest on IMO 2020, with Tamara Sleiman and Robert Beaman running through what the new rules mean for fuel oil.