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Top global refiners ready for 2020 sulphur cap

The IMO has announced that from January 1 2020, ships will use fuels containing up to 0.5% sulphur, in comparison to the existent measure of 3.5%, unless they are equipped with exhaust gas cleaning systems. In light of the upcoming 2020 Sulphur cap, the shipping industry along with the oil and gas sector are preparing for the future changes; Thus, Reuters presents a summary of how the top global refiners are getting ready for the fuel switch.

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Petrobras conducts first transhipment operation at the Açu Petroleum terminal

Petrobras completed its first transhipment operation in a non-owned terminal, at the Açu Petróleo Petroleum Terminal (T-OIL) located in the Açu Port Complex in the north of the state of Rio de Janeiro. The transshipment operation was conducted between May 24 to 25, by a suezmax class vessel, with the mooring of the vessels Henrique Dias (exporter) and Brazil 2014 (reliever). 

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Alternative Fuels post 2020

During his presentation at the last GREEN4SEA Conference, Dr. John Kokarakis, Chairman, Greek Section, SNAME, describes the possible reality regarding alternative fuels after the 2020 sulphur cap. Mr. Kokarakis notes that the future economy will be multi-fueled, which is why ship owners must make the right choice for their fleet.

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