Stolt-Nielsen is monitoring two decisive situations

A large fire at a petrochemical terminal in the US and the upcoming global sulfur regulations could impact Stolt-Nielsen's businesses. According to the Norwegian shipping company's CEO, customers will have to foot the bill for the new fuel regulations.

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Two current situations look set to impact Stolt-Nielsen's businesses.

The Norwegian shipping group operates chemical tanker operator Stolt Tankers as well as terminals, containers and LNG storage facilities, and the company has just published its results for the first quarter, which ran until the end of February this year.

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