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Listen: IMO: financing marine fuel costs post-2020

Tonnage, debt, price and credit could be explosive issues for the shipping and bunker industry going into 2020. The fallout from the International Maritime Organization's tighter fuel regulations will mean higher fuel costs and/or difficulties purchasing expensive scrubbers. S&P Global Platts Paul Hickin talks with Platts Jason Silber and Jack Jordan on how accessing marine credit will pose challenges and opportunities for the sector.