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Vopak to invest 40m euros to meet new marine fuel rules in 2020

The International Maritime Organization cap 2 years from now will restrict sulphur content in marine fuel to 0.5%

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Concurrent bunkering of a vessel calling at Vopak's Sebarok terminal, one of its five in Singapore.

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DUTCH oil and chemical storage company Vopak said it is investing 40 million euros (S$64.3 million) globally to cater for the flexibility and capacity to meet the refuelling needs of marine vessels when the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) global sulphur cap comes...

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