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US may benefit most from 2020 rules

The International Maritime Organization’s sulphur cap will particularly benefit the US owing to its refining capabilities and the opportunities to export more sweet crude oil

Trading houses expect to cash in from the chaos and disruption as the sulphur cap takes effect in January 2020


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