Maersk and new partner to provide low-sulfur fuel from the US

Maersk Oil Trading and oil supplier PBF Logistics announce a new collaboration to produce and store fuel containing maximum 0.5 percent sulfur on the US East Coast.

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Maersk now takes an additional step to prepare for IMO's sulfur regulations set to come into force in 2020.

Maersk Oil Trading has entered a new partnership with US-based oil supplier PBF Logistics to produce and store 0.5 percent sulfur fuel on the US East Coast, writes the company in a press release.

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