Bulkers snub refuelling delays at Singapore as new fuel rules take effect
Against the backdrop of the new fuel rule era, a significant number of ship operators who are unable to set aside more days in their journey schedule with which to procure compliant marine fuel oil appear to be favouring the loading of bunkers at ports of origin. Other ship operators are considering switching to the more widely available marine gasoil
Come March, owners and operators of bulk carriers are forecast to be reaching decisions about exhaust gas scrubber installations. This may lead to another review of their bunkering calls, whether relating to refuelling ports or the marine fuel mix they are using
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