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IMO 2020: Market Implications of Changing Bunker Specs


Six-part comprehensive analysis of market implications of changng bunker specs including:

Part I: Compliance and Bunker Market Size- ESAI Energy will break down the size of the bunker market by geographic region, discuss compliance in reach region, explain enforcement mechanisms, and estimate demand for compliant fuel by geographic region

Pace & Geography of Demand for Compliant Bunker Fuel 
   
   
 
Part II: Supplying Compliant Fuel- Breakdown of refinery operations in each region, productions of LSFO, MGO, and HSFO in each region, compliant fuel trade flows between regions, Scrubber Implementation and LNG consumption

Meeting IMO Requirements in 2020 
   
   
 
Part III: Impact on the Rest of the Refined Product Barrel- Gasoline market side effects by geographic region and HSFO over production by geographic region

Resulting Market Imbalances in 2020 
   
   
 
Part IV: Product Pricing- 2019 anticipation to market dislocation in 2020 and market responses 2021-2025

IMO Impact on Pricing 
   
   
 
Part VI: IMO Related Opportunities- Storage, strategic buying, refining investment, scrubber investment, interregional trade in compliant fuel, and gasoline market outlook

 
   
   
 Crude Quality Differentials



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