Maersk chief warns low-sulphur rules could force more consolidation
Carriers that have been struggling to make money for most of the past decade will be forced into bankruptcy or sale if they cannot pass on low-sulphur fuel costs. But higher fuel costs may be a short-lived period the industry should be prepared to deal with
The spread between low-sulphur and high-sulphur bunkers is expected to decrease after supply rises to meet demand
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