BP will sell low-sulfur fuel in yet another major European port

UK-based BP Marine adds the second-largest port in the Mediterranean to the list of ports where the company will sell low-sulfur fuel once the new IMO regulations come into force.

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BP Marine has already announced that it will sell low-sulfur fuel in ports around the world, but the UK-based company now also adds major Spanish port Valencia to the list, according to a press release.

Valencia is the second-largest commercial port in the Mediterranean, and BP Marine thus says it marks a strategic expansion of the company's marine business when it opens the taps for the new low-sulfur fuel which is compliant with the new IMO regulations, set to come into force on Jan. 1, 2020.

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