BP opens the floodgates for low-sulfur fuel

After testing low-sulfur fuel in Dutch ports, among others, BP is ready to sell its new fuel globally.

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Yet another oil company is ready to sell low-sulfur fuel ahead of the upcoming global sulfur regulations, which will enter force in 2020.

British BP Marine informs that the oil company will start selling IMO compliant marine fuel in several ports around the world. BP has developed a new fuel with less than 0.5 percent sulfur content, and the fuel has been tested in ports in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerpen as well as in Singapore.

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