What has Argus launched? B30 biodiesel for bunkering prices on a delivered, on-board basis for Houston and New York. They are published daily in Argus Marine Fuels and Argus Americas Biofuels.
Argus has launched the world’s first market assessed marine biodiesel price for the world’s busiest port. The price is assessed on a dob basis and published daily in Argus Marine Fuels and Argus Biofuels.
Starting next year, ship owners will be required to pay for 40pc of their CO2 emissions under the EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) when operating in EU territorial waters. Meanwhile, the IMO has revised its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions strategy. How will these regulatory developments impact fuel choices for the maritime sector? This webinar will provide a price comparison of alternative and conventional marine fuels and discuss the most feasible options.
November 2022. As marine gasoil supply tightens and shipowners seek more sustainable options, marine biodiesel, a blend of Advanced Fame 0 and very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO), could provide a reasonably competitive, low sulphur and low carbon alternative. This white paper examines dynamics including demand and pricing for the fuel.
A suite of marine biodiesel indexes for northwest Europe compliant with the Renewable Energy Directive on a delivered on board basis for Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp. The price suite includes B10, B20, B30, B50 and B100 indexes that are published daily in Argus Biofuels and Argus Marine Fuels reports.
Marine fuel suppliers and shipowners often use very-low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) wholesale (barge and cargo) prices and crude (Brent and Dubai) prices to hedge their VLSFO for bunkering sales and purchases. The significance of VLSFO wholesale and crude as hedging tools fell this year. Argus’ outright VLSFO bunker assessments are informed by a robust number of daily deals and are the best tool to use in contact indexations.