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Select ports also contain a price that is derived from actual bunker transactions
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Americas Average Trend is a linear regression of Americas Average price indications for LNG-MGOe 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)
Annual event runs from 6-8 November in the Danish capital.
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It's going to be potentially rather chaotic and stressed, says EnSys president.
"I think the market will be surprised how many investments we will see in scrubbers," says DVB's head of Shipping & Offshore Research Department.