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Watch: New marine fuel emission norms: A time for LNG to shine in bunkering?

The new sulfur emission cap on marine fuels to be implemented from 2020 is set to change the course of maritime history. Platts senior editor Sameer C. Mohindru looks at how this could make LNG the bunker fuel of choice for many shipowners, as well as the challenges they will likely face during the transition.


Download our related special report (PDF): The IMO's 2020 global sulfur cap: what a 2020 sulfur-constrained world means for shipping lines, refineries and bunker suppliers