What's behind projected demand growth for marine biodiesel in Europe?

Russian sanctions are expected to further tighten marine gasoil supply next year which could see shipowners and bunker suppliers looking for alternatives.

Biodiesel, which qualifies for advanced renewable fuel credits in the Netherlands, could provide a reasonably competitive, low sulphur and low carbon alternative. Marine biodiesel, a blend of Advanced Fame 0 and very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) provide a low investment option for decarbonisation today.

In this white paper, our marine fuels team explain how competitive this sustainable 'drop in' fuel is and introduce new Argus indexes aimed at providing clarity into costs.

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