How fuel analysis supports the development of cleaner marine fuels - Measuring solutions for new challenges (IMO 2020)
The new IMO 2020 regulation has resulted in major changes for the shipping industry and marine fuel manufacturers. The mandated reduction of sulfur content in marine fuel (bunker fuel) will see many vessels switching to LSFOs (low-sulfur fuel oils) which comply with the sulfur limit of the IMO 2020. This poses new challenges for fuel producers, bunker blenders, and engine manufacturers alike. Join us to find out how our wide portfolio of innovative measuring devices supports you in developing, blending, and testing new low-sulfur fuels and fuel oils.
Join us for a free webinar to
- discuss the impact of IMO 2020 on the shipping industry and manufacturers
- review the latest developments in marine fuel specifications
- learn more about how our marine fuel analysis techniques can increase your profitability and support the development of new VLSFO and ULSFO blends
Nikolaus Turrini obtained his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Graz, with a focus in the field of organic and bioorganic chemistry. Following a post-doctoral fellowship in Environmental Metallomics he joined Anton Paar in January 2018 and currently works as product manager in the viscometry department.
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