Bad bunker may accelerate changes in bunker industry

The problems with bad bunker may accelerate the difficult transition the industry has to make before 2020, where sulfur requirements for marine fuels take effect.

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The problem with dirty bunker oil is not just a headache for those shipowners, chartering companies and suppliers that are currently fighting over bills for repairs and lost revenue.

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