Three Asian bunker hubs report of increased bunker sales in 2020

Total demand for marine fuel declined in 2020, but three bunker hubs report of higher sales in the fourth quarter and for 2020 as a whole, reveals a survey conducted by Ship & Bunker.

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Demand for bunker declined in 2020, in which particularly the coronavirus crisis put a halt to traffic globally.

Bunker demand thus declined 6 percent in 2020, reveals a survey on bunker sales in 16 areas around the world conducted by Ship & Bunker in collaboration with analyst firm Blue Insight.

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