SHANGHAI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Along with the upgrade of global fuel emission control, low sulfur and environment-friendliness has become the mainstream of the bunker industry, which leads to an increase in the orders for larger ships.
Meanwhile, the shipping market is estimated to continue suffering capacity surplus in the near future. What are the impacts on the bunker market?
With the upgrade of global ship-emissions limit, how will the Asian low-sulfur fuel oil market develop?
Development of LNG Ships and the impacts on the marine fuel oil market
Application prospects of scrubber
Capital chain, credit policies and risk management of enterprises in the present economic situation
Market 1 — Middle East
Major UAE ports’ throughput in 2015 VS marine fuel oil consumption trends
Market 2 — Southeast Asia
India’s marine fuel oil market trends
Cambodia’s export growth and Phnom Penh Autonomous Port’s expansion plans
Market 3 — Northeast Asia
South Korea’s marine fuel oil market and port development plans
Japan marine fuel oil supply
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