New sulfur regulation makes Monjasa's sales surge in first quarter

Monjasa's sale of ship fuel increased in the first quarter, and a majority of sales in the first three months consisted of the new low-sulfur fuels.

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Monjasa's sale of ship fuel increased 14 percent in the first quarter, reports Ship & Bunker.

The increase in sales comes after the new sulfur regulations from the IMO came into force at the turn of the year. This made the combined sale of ship fuel increase to 1.23 million tons in the first quarter, from 1.08 million tons in the same period last year.

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