The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 0.5% global sulfur cap on marine fuels — a reduction from the present 3.5% limit — will take effect on January 1, 2020. Known as IMO 2020, the new regulation is part of the IMO’s response to heightening environmental concerns, contributed in part by harmful emissions from ships. ClipperData’s monthly publication, Beyond 2020, keeps our clients informed of key developments related to IMO 2020.
- Highlights how refiners, blenders, traders, banks, shippers, and bunker providers are preparing for the new specification change
- Features exclusive interviews with those on the front lines of IMO 2020 and highlights their concerns, outlook and strategies in complying with the sulfur cap
- Uses the world's best cargo tracking data to detail changing flows of low sulfur fuel oil, low sulfur crude and distillate
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