HSFO prices set to leap in wake of Saudi attacks

September 16, 2019 Gavin van Marle

Amid the fury at the attacks on the Saudi oil refinery that is the world’s largest petroleum processing plant and produces 6m barrels a day, this report from Splash247 outlines the immediate effect on one of the largest consumers of oil – the shipping industry. The attacks, which took place over the weekend, followed a week in which some of the world’s largest bunker ports had been reporting low stocks ...

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