IBIA sees most shipowners complying with IMO 2020 sulfur capThe majority of shipowners can be expected to comply with the International Maritime Organization's tighter marine fuel sulfur limits in 2020
Fuel supplier Bomin to exit Singapore, Antwerp bunker markets"Going forward Bomin will operate from only two offices: Houston and Hamburg," the company said Friday.
IMO sees 'by far' majority of ships complying with 2020 sulfur cap"By far the majority will be using compliant fuel. If you're not doing that, you're creating bureaucratic barriers for yourself."
Container line Maersk announces new bunker charges for IMO sulfur capThe company will impose its new bunker adjustment factor (BAF) from the start of next year, replacing its current standard bunker adjustment factor (SBF) system.
BP Singapore merges fuel oil, gasoil trading teams ahead of IMO 2020: sources"When fuel oil demand goes down, fuel oil traders can do other stuff," a trader in Singapore said.