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Daily Briefing 26 July, 2017


Oceanbulk Containers swaps SWS boxships for bulker newbuilds

Oaktree-Pappas containership joint venture has been sharply scaled back in recent months

Europe Greece Containers

OOIL satisfies all our acquisition criteria, says SIPG president

Shanghai-based port operator looks to diversify into shipping by exploiting its state-owned status
Asia Pacific Containers Consolidation

UK maritime training investment yields almost 380% GDP return

Government urged to spend more amid rising tuition costs and trainee losses

 

Europe United Kingdom Crewing

China Merchants Port seals $1.1bn Sri Lanka deal

Hambantota is capable of receiving ultra large containerships and very large crude carriers 

Opec’s struggle is shipping’s gain

Cartel's failure to curb oil supply helps tanker markets muddle along

International Middle East and Africa Tankers and Gas

Court denies investor's request to halt DryShips share sale

Reprieve is granted but DryShips must respond by August 18

Greece United States Dryships

DP World sees first-half container throughput rise 8.2%

Handling in Europe, the Middle East and Africa rises 12.7% to 14.3m teu

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates DP World

VLCC owners hope for a better August amid rates dip

McQuilling says earnings in the Americas are outpacing Middle East markets
Middle East and Africa South America Brazil

Prelude FLNG vessel arrives in Australia

Shell expects to see cash flow from the project during 2018
Asia Pacific Australia Russian Federation

Will Singapore weather the offshore storm?

City-state's shipyards have taken a beating over the last three years after the sudden and sustained crash in oil prices
Asia Pacific Singapore Shipbuilding

 

Daily Briefing 26 July 2017

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