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Listen: The middle way: Distillate-rich crudes forge ahead as IMO 2020 looms

With all of the focus on sour crudes ahead of IMO 2020, the relationship between naphtha-rich and distillate-rich barrels has attracted less attention. But increasingly, the product split in sweet crude yields has become a driving factor as refineries gear up for the new low-sulfur world. S&P Global Platts crude reporters Emma Kettley and William Bland tell Paula Vanlaningham the latest.

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