Yet another oil major soon ready with low-sulfur bunker

US-based oil company ExxonMobil is ready to sell low-sulfur bunker from the third quarter, informs the company in an interview with US business media Forbes. See here which ports are in play.

Rotterdam is one of the ports from which ExxonMobil intends to start off its sale of low-sulfur bunker oil. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Michael Kooren

ExxonMobil is the latest oil company to announce that it is ready to sell low-sulfur fuel oil ahead of the upcoming 2020 regulations.

In an interview with business media Forbes, ExxonMobil's Marine Fuels Venture Manager, Luca Volta, says that the company expects to sell bunker, compliant with the regulations, from the third quarter.

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