I FAR I Wednesday, 10/09/19 10:07:14 AM Re: jmjjw post# 118717 Post # of 119017 MMEX...IMO 2020 compliance requires 0.50% (5,000 ppm) or 0.10% (1,000 ppm) sulfur limits! West Texas intermediate (WTI), also known as Texas light sweet, is a grade of crude oil used as a benchmark in oil pricing. This grade is described as light crude oil because of its relatively low density, and sweet because of its low sulfur content. WTI is a light crude oil, with an API gravity around 39.6 and specific gravity about 0.827, which is lighter than Brent crude. The API rates light oil as 41° API. WTI contains about 0.24% sulfur, thus is rated as a sweet crude oil (having less than 0.5% sulfur). From 1 January 2020, the limit for sulphur in fuel oil used on board ships operating outside designated emission control areas will be reduced to 0.50% m/m (mass by mass). Quote:"WTI and WTI-Light would need de-sulfurization to meet IMO 2020 (or any other transportation / combustion fuel) standard. That much is certain" Hmmmm, now that is some "utter, total, complete B.S." - That much is certain...lol "This is a great project. It has robust economics in it." - Jack Hanks https://www.mmexresources.com/ MMEX RESOURCES Leveraging Global Demand for Energy Assets Located in the Americas. Take care of the Pennies, Nickles & Dimes and the MMEX $$$$$$$$$$ will take care of THEMSELVE$!! MMEX...Don't bloviate - Accumulate...You've Been BLESSED!!! It's not the Ups and Downs that make life difficult -- It's the JERKS!