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INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING INDUSTRY Shipowners, refiners at odds over imo fuel quality Fuel quality is the great unknown for the shipping and oil refining industry. The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) January 2020 deadline could see the majority of vessel owners switching …

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INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING INDUSTRY Trafigura ships more Asian gasoline to Americas on new tanker Commodity trader Trafigura is shipping this month a second newly built crude tanker with Asian gasoline onboard to South America amid strong demand in the West, four …

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Ships with scrubbers must lock in high sulfur fuel oil needs to avoid supply hassles Shipowners with scrubber-equipped vessels may face challenges securing fuel unless they lock in their requirements well ahead of the new low sulfur emission limits on …

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Asia resumes Iran oil imports at lowered rates Asian imports of Iranian crude oil have just started to return but at sharply lower levels as top customers China, India, Japan and South Korea press for additional US sanctions relief when …

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Northwest Europe RMK 500 cst bunker fuel strengthens An increase in fuel oil exports east from Rotterdam is supporting RMK 500 CST bunker fuel prices, as availability of the higher viscosity fuel tightens. Traders are moving RMG 380 CST and …

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