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Low-sulfur fuel premium approaching normal levels

The price spread between low-sulfur fuel and heavy bunker is normalizing, while previous shortages of the fuel at major bunker ports seem to be under control, writes Sea-Intelligence.

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The price difference between very low-sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO) and the standard heavy bunker fuel IFO380 now approaches normal levels, writes Sea-Intelligence in a new analysis. The same applies to the difference between the world's 20 largest ports and all global ports.

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