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Met coal market volatility, Q2 benchmark delay in focus among coal, coke traders
S&P Global Platts metals team talks on current trends in the metallurgical coal and coke market, and how China has turned into a new export met coal supplier.
Shipping industry faces seismic shift in 2020 as sulfur cap looms
In 2020 the shipping industry is facing its biggest challenge in a century as the IMO is set to impose a new 0.5% sulfur cap on marine fuel emissions. We assess the readiness of shipowners to meet these stricter regulations.
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Upcoming West Africa sulfur reductions on oil product imports gather apace
S&P Global Platts oil markets team discusses clean product sulfur limit reductions in West Africa and the potential impact on European trade flows.
Asian buyers become major players in European crude oil markets
S&P Global Platts oil markets team discusses the growing influence of Asian buyers in the European crude markets.
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A new story for steel
Metals Meltdown discusses how the US launch of a Section 232 investigation regarding steel imports and national security has changed the tenor of steel trade litigation.
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Oil refiners and renewable fuels in the Trump era
Have oil refiners' hopes for a quick rollback of the US biofuel mandate by the Trump administration fizzled out? The administration's first 100 days are nearly over.
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EU antitrust case makes Russia's Gazprom shift on oil-indexed prices
Our editors discuss Gazprom's changing strategy for European natural gas sales, the next steps in the EU's antitrust case, and what the European gas market will look like in eight years' time.