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Product carriers seen as big winners of new IMO rules

Bunkering ports need to increase low-sulphur fuel inventories ahead of the industry’s compliance with new emission rules. The resulting market dislocation will increase tonne-mile demand for product carriers.

Demand for low-sulphur fuel oil expected to increase by 3m barrels per day as eco-ships benefit from new rules, according to Wall Street firm Evercore


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