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Alarm raised over fuel contamination cases

With an alarming escalation in cases of bad bunkers recently, one has to wonder what the situation will be like come 2020 when new blended fuels will be on offer to meet low-sulphur requirements

Efforts to contain issue should be commended but is it enough to thwart dumping of off-specification material into the marine fuel chain?

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