Big price differences in low-sulfur fuel

The price of low-sulfur fuel can fluctuate significantly, according to numerous players in the market. The savings can reach upwards of USD 100 per ton, according to Sustainable Shipping.

There could be big savings for shipowners depending on what type of low-sulfur fuel they choose in order to comply with the sulfur requirements in the ECA zones.

This is the assessment from the sub-committee focused on bunker in the international association of tanker carriers, Intertanko, reports Sustainable Shipping.

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