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Weekly reviews of Wet Cargo Shipping markets from leading analysts.

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fearnleys

March 23, 2017

The lacking volumes and growing tonnage lists has gradually depleted earnings for the VLCC’s. (more…)
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Intermodal

March 22, 2017

The Dry Bulk market has undoubtedly rebounded since the same period last year and currently enjoys healthier freight rates. (more…)
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EA-Gibson

March 21, 2017

Last week saw the release of the IEA’s medium term oil market report which provides a useful insight into the future development of the oil...
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Fearnleys1

March 16, 2017

After the sharp downward correction in rates for the VLCC’s we are now in the ‘interim-month-period’. (more…)
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Fearnleys1

March 2, 2017

Some very quiet days with VLCC tonnage building up in the MEG, leaving multiple choices for the charterers when they decided it was time to...
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Gibson

February 28, 2017

The Japanese refining industry has been experiencing challenging circumstances for a number of years, with significant rationalisation of refining capacity. (more…)
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Intermodal

February 22, 2017

In 2016 a session of the IMO committee in London, set the new prerequi-sites effective from January 2020 which will necessitate global Sulphur content of...
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EA-Gibson

February 20, 2017

The developments in the MR segment (25,000 to 55,000 dwt) have been rather disappointing since early 2016. (more…)
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stealthgas

February 2, 2017

The coaster market in North West Europe continue to firm up and time being there are only a few prompt open ships prior weekend, mainly...
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EA-Gibson

January 23, 2017

Late last year 24 countries, with a combined output inexcess of 51million b/d agreed to cut or cap production. (more…)
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Intermodal

January 18, 2017

While we are approaching the Chinese New Year, the Clean Product market is still not giving us any clear signs of recovery. (more…)
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stealthgas

January 12, 2017

In the NWE there was an increased level of enquiry over the Christmas and New Year period and a good number of fixtures were concluded....
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Fearnleys1

January 12, 2017

After a week with very slow activity for the VLCC’s, particularly in the Meg and Wafr with all arrows pointing down, activity resumed. (more…)
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EA-Gibson

January 9, 2017

Without the sale of two VLCCs in the final quarter of last year, tanker deadweight recycling totals would have been only slightly above the 2015...
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Fearnleys1

January 5, 2017

Activity was slow for the VLCCs prior to the holidays though with some activity between Christmas and New Year. (more…)
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