Seadrill set to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy; With 2020 sulfur cap nearing, ExxonMobil to roll-out compliant fuels

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With 2020 sulfur cap nearing, ExxonMobil to roll-out compliant fuels
April 18, 2018 — The clock is ticking on IMO’s 0.5% Global Sulfur Cap, and one of the big concerns for ship operators is the availability of compliant fuel. ExxonMobil has announced that it will supply fuels that comply with the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 0.5% sulfur cap in ports in Northwest Europe, the Mediterranean and Singapore. Additional locations will be announced throughout 2018, says ExxonMobil.

Seadrill set to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy
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