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Refiners announce first details of new 0.5% sulfur bunker fuels

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Listen: Refiners announce first details of new 0.5% sulfur bunker fuels

Shipowners have received some of the first details about the fuel they will be relying on from 2020 this week with some announcements about the new blends for use once the International Maritime Organization's sulfur limit drops to 0.5%. S&P Global Platts Jack Jordan, editorial lead for bunker news, is joined by EMEA fuel oil associate editor Eleni Pittalis for a discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of the new fuels and the problems that may arise in 2020.

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