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Shipping industry will see new marine fuel requirements with the new year



Changes to marine fuel regulations are coming on Jan. 1, 2015, when sulfur content will be required to drop to 0.1% in fuels used within 200 miles of the US and Northwestern European coasts. John-Laurent Tronche, team leader, Americas bunkers and fuel oil, talks with Richard Swann, editorial director for oil markets in the Americas, about how shippers and suppliers are trying to deal with issues of prices, consistency and compatibility.


The following Platts assessment was discussed in this podcast:
Price Date
Fuel oil 1%, New York Harbor 47.930 cents/gal 12/15/2014



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