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IMO 2020 regulation poses little risk to Singapore's bunkering hub status

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14 June 2017

IMO 2020 regulation poses little risk to Singapore's bunkering hub status

Report summary

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set a global cap of 0.5% sulphur in all bunker fuels starting January 2020. While this poses challenges to Singapore's current status as the world's largest bunkering hub, we believe Singapore will overcome these challenges with minimum impact. However, the ride may not be as smooth as in the past.

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  • Singapore bunker fuel demand in '000 b/d

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  • IMO 2020 regulation poses little risk to Singapore's bunkering hub status: Image 1
  • Singapore supply/demand balance in '000 b/d

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