Residuals bunker ban in the IMO Arctic waters: Cost implications for Russian trade flows – a case study

Residuals bunker ban in the IMO Arctic waters

Residuals bunker ban in the IMO Arctic waters

Cost implications for Russian trade flows – a case study

The study is complementary to CE Delft’s 2018 assessment of the costs and benefits of a Residuals bunker fuel ban in the IMO Arctic waters and analyses for a Russian trade flow the potential impacts of a ban on the use and carriage of heavy fuel oil (HFO) for use by ships in IMO Arctic waters (hereinafter referred to as ‘Arctic HFO ban’).

The study does not comprehensively assess the cost implications of an Arctic HFO ban on Russian trade flows, but rather estimates the potential additional shipping costs of an Arctic HFO ban and analyses the potential cost pass-through by means of a case study.

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