The AP Moeller Maersk Group will focus on low sulfur marine fuels under the new regime from 2020, though it will also install scrubbers in some of its ships just to test and understand new technologies, a senior company executive said. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Maersk Line to opt mainly for low sulfur fuels post 2020 Plans to also invest around $80 million in scrubbers Aims to introduce a new Bunker Adjustment Factor The company is also closely working with customers on a new Bunker Adjustment Factor, or BAF, that will better reflect the fluctuation in marine fuel prices when the new low sulfur marine fuel regime is implemented from 2020, Rene Piil Pedersen, the company’s Group Representative for Asia-Pacific and Managing Director for AP Moller Singapore Ltd, said Friday on the sidelines of an outreach event of the […]