Sinopec Hainan Refining and Chemical Company, Sinopec Corp’s subsidiary refinery in the province of Hainan, on Monday (2 March) said it has finalised the procedures for exporting LSFO, according to Sinopec News Network, the company’s official news agency.
Reportedly, the company noted 907 metric tons (mt) of RMG380 low sulphur fuel being successfully exported on 26 February.
In response to the current downturn in domestic fuel demand, Sinopec Hainan adjusted its product structure to produce low sulphur marine fuel for export, it said.
To stay compliant with current virus outbreak prevention regulations, the company worked closely with customs officials, and other fuel companies to assess risks and mitigations procedures to expand product distribution methods.
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Published: 4 March, 2020
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