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Updated 2020 Bunker Forecast 10/02/2019 | By Josh Lowell

Back in March, ClipperData unveiled its first forecast for marine fuel demand between 2020 and 2025. In recent weeks, we have updated our projection ahead of the IMO’s forthcoming 0.5 percent sulfur cap. In our initial projection, we forecasted that shipowners in 2020 would retreat from high sulfur fuel oil (HSFO) and move to marine […]

Hapag-Lloyd Hedging its Bets for IMO 2020 08/07/2019 | By Andrew Couper

Global container line Hapag-Lloyd will comply with the upcoming 0.5%S cap through a combination of compliant fuels, employing scrubbers and by using liquefied natural gas. The container line’s primary method of compliance with the International Maritime Organization’s sulfur cap will be 0.5 percent low sulfur fuels, while scrubbers and LNG will be run on a […]

Market Signals Incentive to Shut FCCs Ahead of IMO 2020 07/22/2019 | By Josh Lowell

Uncertainty continues to surround the forthcoming IMO 2020 sulfur cap, even with a mere five and a half months to go before the January 1, 2020, start of the regulation. What will the makeup of marine fuel demand be after the sulfur cap goes into effect? Will compatibility concerns limit market appeal for low sulfur […]

Beyond 2020: Pyrolysis Fuel Oil Exports From Taiwan’s Formosa Gaining Popularity 06/26/2019 | By Rebecca Salsbury

As the market sped up preparations for 0.5%S bunker fuel ahead of the IMO sulfur cap, Formosa Petrochemical Corporation (FPCC) of Taiwan has started to see demand for its pyrolysis fuel oil (PFO) export.

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