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Listen: Sweet opportunities remain for sour crude and heavy products

IMO 2020 may be looming and the overall trajectory for sour crude such as Urals and high sulfur fuel oil is down, but with anomalous trading patterns and pockets of tightness, the high sulfur element can still show some strength. S&P Global reporters William Bland and Tamara Sleiman tell Francesco Di Salvo the latest. Later in the program, bunker reporters Britt Russell-Webster and Tom Washington update Tamara Sleiman on developments in IMO 2020 compliant marine fuel.