, team leader for EMEA dirty products, and Ned Molloy, EMEA oil editor, discuss the reasons for the sudden drop in low sulfur fuel oil premiums, including trading houses' response to the end of refinery maintenance season, strong refinery margins on the back of soaring middle distillate cracks, and seasonal demand trends in the Mediterranean and Baltic.
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The conference will once again act as a forum for oil majors, refiners, traders and fuel buyers from end user communities such as the automotive, aviation and shipping sectors to discuss how to maximise profits from the middle of the barrel whilst still offering value to dependant industries.