ExxonMobil announced that the first batch will provide a supply site that meets the IMO's 0.5% minimum sulfur requirement.welding overlay flange
It is reported that three regions, Northwest Europe, the Mediterranean, and Singapore will be the first to obtain fuel with a new standard, and the fuels meeting the sulphur content requirements will be introduced earlier than the 2020 deadline set by IMO. It is also understood that in the next 2018 the company will also announce more locations for the supply of such fuel.
Luca Volta, ExxonMobil’s marine fuels business manager, said: “Our new fuels that meet the minimum requirements for sulphur content will include residual and distillation grades, which signify that we are at the forefront of research and development of new fuels and can help our customers in IMO regulations. Meets the limit of reducing sulfur content by 2020." pipe fittings
ExxonMobil's IMO-compliant fuels are made using patented technology, are compatible with different fuel grades, and modify fuel compositions through a variety of methods to improve quality, stability, and compatibility.