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Bunker Podcasts and Webinars
18 July 2013
IHS will be presenting a webinar entitled "What Bunker Fuel for the High Seas?" next week, while Platts focused on the high and low sulphur fuel oil markets in its latest weekly podcast.
The IHS webinar will take place next Tuesday (23 July) and Wednesday (24 July).
Just select one of those dates and then you can join IHS for what the company bills as "a preview of our global multiclient study about the impacts of new restrictions on bunker fuel emissions and the three potential strategies for ensuring compliance, fuel compliance, scrubbing and LNG".
According to IHS, "What Bunker Fuel for the High Seas?" will "frame" bunker fuel future outlooks to the year 2035, In particular, it will spotlight the consequences of regulations of fuel oil, gas oil and liquid natural gas demand.
This webinar and study will be focusing on key questions such as:
Will shale gas create disconnection between oil and gas prices in international markets and will this play a role in the choice of bunker fuel?
Can LNG develop as a bunker fuel of choice?
Are scrubbers sustainable?
Will refineries make the investments that are necessary to supply 0.5%S fuel globally in 2020?
What could be the impact of the new fuel quality on bunker prices?
What could be the impact on the business environment for refining?
Gas development continue to push down natural gas prices, and will this play a role in the choice of bunker fuel?
Tuesday's webinar will run at 17:00-17:30 BST. On Wednesday, the webinar will be at 10:00-10:30 BST.
Click here for more information.
In the Platts Global Oil Markets Podcast, snappily headlined as "European HSFO finds support from Singapore, LSFO remains weak" Benno Spencer , senior managing editor Europe and Africa oil, and Marko Trtica, fuel oil editor, discuss what’s been driving the recent strength of the European high sulfur fuel oil market, while touching on the oversupply and lack of demand pervading the European low sulfur market.
The podcast, which was posted on Monday (16 July) and runs for about five minutes, can be access here.