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Daily Briefing 30 June, 2017


No regrets on Marenave liquidation, says Daus-Petersen

Hamburg shipping circles speculate that shell will be reverse listing vehicle for Offen

Europe Germany Containers

Warning: transformation ahead!

Lloyd's List new chief correspondent shares his outlook on the months and years ahead in shipping
Containers Dry Bulk Tankers and Gas

Will US LNG make a splash in China?

According to Wood Mackenzie, burgeoning US liquefied natural gas supplies accounted for almost 7% of China’s LNG imports in March this year, and a recent Forbes article by Jude Clemente predicts significant growth for US LNG imports to China over the next few decades. Why? He cites factors such as: natural gas pricing, air pollution and the ongoing development of China’s economy. Clemente prophesises: “Just imagine the possibilities: if the Chinese ever consume like Americans, global gas demand would effectively double.”

To investigate further, Leah Kinthaert asked several global energy thought leaders what they think LNG demand in China will look like in the short and long term and where they think US LNG might fit in.

Tankers and Gas China Asia Pacific

Braemar opts for rose-tinted spectacles

London-listed shipbroker Braemar focuses on improvements made in face of industry challenges
Tankers and Gas Dry Bulk Capes

ABTO wants bulker owners to can the 'can test'

There should be better ways to check liquefaction, says industry group

International Europe United Kingdom

Shipping associations propose to IMO aspirational objectives for cutting CO2 emissions

One aim is to reduce CO2 emissions by 50% by 2050

International Dry Bulk Tankers and Gas

World's largest LNG bunkering ship days away from starting operations in Europe

Shell is betting big on LNG bunkering
Sovcomflot Tankers and Gas LNG

South Africa shoots down Japan's big box merger plan

History of collusion comes back to bite Japanese names in South Africa
Middle East and Africa Asia Pacific Japan

Last word: Moaning but not bremoaning

London maritime clique puts on a brave face in adversity

United Kingdom People Ship operations

In the same bit of sea

It takes two ships to collide
Casualty Crewing Safety


Daily Briefing 26 June 2017

As DSME puts the brakes on one quartet, hungry owners show their appetite for new vessels despite recent warnings on balancing capacity. Elsewhere, talk of an acquisition by Cosco may have brought benefits to an unrelated subsidiary.






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