IFO380 in Global 4 Ports Average
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About Ship & Bunker Prices

Ship & Bunker Prices include indications from select local and global physical bunker suppliers, traders, and brokers, as well as market place pricing from online bunker buying platform ClearLynx. Click to Learn More

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Global 4 Ports Average Trend is a linear regression of Global 4 Ports Average price indications for IFO380 in the specified time period, quickly showing you the overall direction that the market is moving.

WTI prices are converted from USD/bbl to USD per metric tonne at a rate of 7.62 barrels per metric tonne.

Brent prices are converted from USD/bbl to USD per metric tonne at a rate of 7.53 barrels per metric tonne.

IFO380 & IFO180 are Max 3.5% Sulfur Bunkers (RME, RMF, RMG, RMH, RMK)

LS380 & LS180 are Max 1.0% Sulfur Bunkers

ULSFO is Max 0.10% Sulfur Fuel Oil for Compliance with 2015 ECA Regulations

MGO is, unless otherwise specified, a Max 1.50% Sulfur "Clear and Bright" Distillate (DMA, DMZ)

LSMGO is Max 0.10% Sulfur Distillate (DMA, DMZ) for Compliance with 2015 ECA Regulations

MDO is Max 1.50% Sulfur Distillate (DMB)

Price $/mt Change High Low Spread
T Nov 16 363.00 -2.00 363.00 363.00 0.00
W Nov 15 365.00 -5.50 365.00 365.00 0.00
T Nov 14 370.50 -4.00 370.50 370.50 0.00
M Nov 13 374.50 -1.00 374.50 374.50 0.00
F Nov 10 375.50 +4.00 375.50 375.50 0.00
T Nov 9 371.50 -0.50 371.50 371.50 0.00
W Nov 8 372.00 -2.50 372.00 372.00 0.00
T Nov 7 374.50 +6.50 374.50 374.50 0.00
M Nov 6 368.00 +7.50 368.00 368.00 0.00
F Nov 3 360.50 +1.00 360.50 360.50 0.00
T Nov 2 359.50 +0.50 359.50 359.50 0.00

About Ship & Bunker Average Bunker Prices

All prices are quoted in USD $ per metric tonne.

Global Average Bunker Price is the linear average of all Ship & Bunker price indications for each fuel grade on a given day.

Global 4 Ports Average is, for each grade of fuel, the linear average of Singapore, Rotterdam, Fujairah, and Houston, which together represents approximately 25% of global bunker volumes.

Global 20 Ports Average is, for each grade, the linear average of the following 20 major global bunkering ports, that together are responsible for a vast majority of global volumes: Busan, Colombo, Durban, Fujairah, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Houston, Istanbul, LA/Long Beach, Las Palmas, Mumbai, New York, Panama, Piraeus, Rotterdam, Santos, Shanghai, Singapore, St Petersburg, Tokyo.