Bringing clarity to marine fuel stability issues

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Bringing clarity to marine fuel stability issues

Bringing clarity to marine fuel stability issues

Infineum will host two virtual webinars in April as the industry responds to the latest developments following the implementation of IMO 2020.

The seminars will explore fuel stability/compatibility and how effective the various test methods to assess sedimentation have been in providing insight into very low sulphur fuel oils’ (VLSFO) fitness for purpose, as well as additive effectiveness at offering protection.

The sessions, which are free to attend, will be helmed by Infineum Marine Fuel Additive Business Development Manager, Rob Ashton who has worked in the additives business for more than 30 years and possesses a wealth of industry knowledge.

27 April 2021, 10am
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27 April 2021, 3pm
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“For all of us who work within the marine fuels sector, we welcome this initiative from Infineum, whose products are at the forefront of our industry’s innovation and leading the changes demanded by IMO 2020,” explains Graham Eden, ‎Commercial Director, Multisol Europe EMM. “Rob is a recognised industry expert and sharing his knowledge and expertise within this free to air webinar, will enable us all to move forward with greater clarity and insight.”

Infineum has developed a range of cold flow and speciality additives for the refining and shipping industries that have allowed Multisol customers to meet the challenge of IMO 2020 and improve their refining economics. These are now available, supported by Multisol’s renowned service levels, technical excellence and industry know-how. For more information, contact one of our team.

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