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Fuel market likely to see volatility as new sulfur caps take hold

Global executives and traders are bracing for higher volatility in fuel markets. According to Reuters, they expect refiners to process more light crude oil in the lead-up to new rules aimed at slashing the use of dirty high-sulfur fuel oil in global shipping. Beginning in 2020, shipping vessels will not be allowed to burn fuel with a sulfur content higher than 0.5 percent. That's down from 3.5 percent currently.


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