Yes, you read it right. It's just around the corner - that high - not by speculators as in previous years. It's caused by the IMO requiring ultra low diesel fuel for ships. http://law.emory.edu/ecgar/content/...nternational-sulfur-emissions-regulation.html There's only a couple of choices for commercial operators like myself. a) Sell out; b) convert to gasoil; c) convert to LNG; d) put scrubbers in place. https://oilprice.com/Energy/Oil-Prices/The-Regulation-That-Could-Push-Oil-To-200.html The only thing attractive is converting to LNG. Halter Marine just delivered a ConRo ship to Crowley this year powered by LNG. https://www.workboat.com/news/bluew...ivery-of-first-lng-conro-ship-from-vt-halter/ Princess Cruises just ordered two new dual fueled ships from Italian builder Fincanteiri https://www.travelpulse.com/news/cruise/princess-orders-two-lng-powered-ships.html Our choice will be to simply spend the money for an LNG tug - most likely built by Sanmar http://sanmartugboat.com/lng-tugboats/ What will you other commercial operators do?