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VLCC Market Finds it Hard to Catch a Break

Tanker owners are finding it hard to catch a break these days, as a mere rise in freight rates is quickly compounded by increasing bunker costs and a lull in demolition activity, due to the monsoon season. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Charles R. Weber said that “demand was muted across all key global ......


Baltic Exchange: Rates Easing in the Larger Classes, but Aframaxes Return to Higher Ground

VLCC Charterers have not been under pressure in the ME Gulf as they have been drip-feeding enquiry into the market and this has led to rates easing, with CNOOC able to fix 270,000mt to China at WS 47 in contrast to WS 48/50 region last week. Likewise for US Gulf discharge, P66 paid WS 18, ......


Key Findings from Ship Solar Power Study Released by Eco Marine Power

After an extensive study project, Eco Marine Power (EMP) has released some of the key findings related to the use of solar power on ships and the selection and installation of related equipment. This study was carried out over a 5 year period and included: installation of a trial system on the high speed RoRo ......


Tanker Market: US Oil Exports At the Epicenter of Trade Shifts

The escalation of the trade war between the US and China is about to bring significant changes in crude ton/mile demand as US crude freights could soon be moving away from China and heading towards India, South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “when Donald Trump decided to ......


Dry Bulk Market: Things Are Looking Perky

Capesize A shaky start to the week in Asia where rates on the key West Australia/China run lost almost 90 cents dropping to $8.30. However, ongoing interest from the miners and operators saw levels regain ground with the expectation of over $9.00 on the cards, with some suggesting timecharter business was done, which equated to ......


CEIBA – Is She the Future of Shipping?

Debatably, the short answer is, yes. She and other ships like her, as well as adapted modern cargo ships, will have to become the norm for trading goods across the ocean at the rate we do now if we want to see a sustainable future for the shipping industry. We live in a globalised world, ......


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VLCC Market Finds it Hard to Catch a Break

Tanker owners are finding it hard to catch a break these days, as a mere rise in freight rates is quickly compounded by increasing bunker costs and a lull in demolition activity, due to the monsoon season. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Charles R. Weber said that “demand was muted across all key global ......


Baltic Exchange: Rates Easing in the Larger Classes, but Aframaxes Return to Higher Ground

VLCC Charterers have not been under pressure in the ME Gulf as they have been drip-feeding enquiry into the market and this has led to rates easing, with CNOOC able to fix 270,000mt to China at WS 47 in contrast to WS 48/50 region last week. Likewise for US Gulf discharge, P66 paid WS 18, ......


Key Findings from Ship Solar Power Study Released by Eco Marine Power

After an extensive study project, Eco Marine Power (EMP) has released some of the key findings related to the use of solar power on ships and the selection and installation of related equipment. This study was carried out over a 5 year period and included: installation of a trial system on the high speed RoRo ......


Tanker Market: US Oil Exports At the Epicenter of Trade Shifts

The escalation of the trade war between the US and China is about to bring significant changes in crude ton/mile demand as US crude freights could soon be moving away from China and heading towards India, South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “when Donald Trump decided to ......


Dry Bulk Market: Things Are Looking Perky

Capesize A shaky start to the week in Asia where rates on the key West Australia/China run lost almost 90 cents dropping to $8.30. However, ongoing interest from the miners and operators saw levels regain ground with the expectation of over $9.00 on the cards, with some suggesting timecharter business was done, which equated to ......


CEIBA – Is She the Future of Shipping?

Debatably, the short answer is, yes. She and other ships like her, as well as adapted modern cargo ships, will have to become the norm for trading goods across the ocean at the rate we do now if we want to see a sustainable future for the shipping industry. We live in a globalised world, ......


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