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The impact of the IMO's 2020 sulfur cap: Interview with Ensys/Navigistics

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Listen: The impact of the IMO's 2020 sulfur cap: Interview with Ensys/Navigistics

The IMO’s decision in late October to go ahead with a 0.50% global sulfur cap in 2020 is the defining topic shaping the outlook for marine fuels. In this week’s podcast Martin Tallett, president, Ensys Energy, and David St-Amand, president, Navigistics Consulting, talk to Ned Molloy, managing editor for European fuel oil at Platts, about the findings of their study submitted to the IMO in advance of its decision, warning of the economic impact across the barrel, and potential supply constraints for the new fuel type.


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