IMO 2020 Full Sail Ahead: Incoming Waves for Refiners, Shipowners


As of January 1, 2020, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will begin enforcing a new regulation that caps the allowable sulfur content of all marine fuels from its current level of 3.5% m/m (mass/mass) to 0.5% m/m. While this new limit will not change the lower limits in existing sulfur…

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James Morgan is a Director in Opportune LLP’s Process and Technology practice. James is an experienced consulting executive with over 18 years of experience in project management and solution delivery for the Energy industry. He is experienced in all aspects of a project life cycle from strategy definition and business case development to production support, for both packaged and custom software implementations. Prior to Opportune, James served as the Global Refining Lead for IT at LyondellBasell. James has worked on business process improvement and software implementation projects for natural gas, power, crude, refined products, NGLs, petrochemicals, softs and ethanol. James’ scope of experience stretches across front, middle and back-office operations. James has a B.S. in Information Systems and Decision Sciences (MIS) from Louisiana State University.

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