sulfur diesel

Government, Business, Technology, Fuel, Logistics

IMO 2020 Could Shift Freight Patterns, Increase Costs

IANA panel SeaIntelligence Consulting's Lars Jensen (from left), Walmart's Laura Crowe, Hyundai America Shipping Agency's Lawrence Burns and J.B. Hunt Transport Services' Sarthak Verma took part in the IMO2020 panel. (Mindy Long for Transport Topics)

LONG BEACH, Calif. — A panel representing the shipping industry spoke about the looming International Maritime Organization mandate that will require cargo vessels to burn low-sulfur diesel, and shippers and carriers said the requirements could lead to price increases or the rerouting of freight.

Mindy Long | Special to Transport Topics
September 19, 2019
Business, Fuel

Citgo Opens ULSD Facility at Illinois Refinery

Citgo Petroleum Corp. has built a facility to produce ultra-low sulfur diesel at its existing Lemont, Ill., refinery.

September 20, 2010