Report | Published Thursday, 16 January 2020 04:10
Reported by MARINE ONLINE
Singapore's very low sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO) price fell slightly by -2.00/mt to $672.00mt yesterday (15-Jan).
In the week of 13-Dec, Fujairah's inventory recorded 10.27Mbbl, -0.94w/w. The situation in the Middle East has eased, and Fujairah's fuel sales have rebounded. The crack spreads of HSFO in Singapore have fallen. Although the government has approved China's export tax rebate policy, it has not yet been officially implemented and has no actual impact on the market. In the short term, the situation of the VLSFO shortage will not change.
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