Marine Fuels 2020 Assessment – 2018 Update
This report, originally published in 2018 is a comprehensive update to our 2016 Supplemental Report submitted to the IMO. In this report you will find:
- A scrubber penetration outlook.
- The IMO’s planning status as of mid-2018.
- An update to our WORLD-based analysis of the refining and markets impacts with projections for crude and product “supply costs” through 2020, then 2021-2025 and 2030 by year.
We recently reduced the price of this report in order to make it more accessible to our clients.
Supplemental Marine Fuel Availability Study
This EnSys – Navigistics collaboration, originally authored in 2016, was submitted to the IMO as a Supplemental Marine Fuel Availability Study in the lead up to the Global Sulphur Cap decision. The Summary Report and Full Report are both available for free.
EnSys’ President, Martin Tallett, and Navigistics’ President, David St. Amand, have and continue to give numerous presentations concerning IMO 2020:
- February 22, 2018 – Crude Oil Quality Association | Slides
- November 7, 2017 – Natural Gas for High Horsepower Summit | Link
- June 20-21, 2017 – Platts Bunker & Residual Fuel Conference | Agenda
- May 22-26, 2017 – Petrospot Maritime Week Americas | Slides
- March 20-21, 2017 – 12th Concawe Symposium | Slides
- October 24, 2016 – IMO MEPC70 | Slides
In the News
EnSys’ and Navigistics’ work on IMO 2020 has recently been featured in a variety of publications:
- BunkerSpot: Martin Tallett and David St. Amand express views about 2020 based on 2018 Update Report
- Bloomberg: Researcher Who Saw Stressed 2020 Oil Market is More Worried Now
- Wall Street Journal: An Energy Shock from the High Seas
- Financial Times: New shipping fuel regulation set to hit commodities (subscription required)
- Platts Special Report: The IMO’s 2020 Global Sulfur Cap What A 2020 Sulfur-Constrained World Means For Shipping Lines, Refineries And Bunker Suppliers
- Platts Global Oil Market: Podcast
- BunkerSpot: Can Refiners Meet the Sulphur Deadline