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Daily Briefing 28 July, 2017


What will power shipping in 2050?

Leah Kinthaert asked several maritime experts which alternative fuel they thought would see the largest growth by 2050. Will LNG remain on top of the heap, or will battery power or wind propulsion lead the way?
International Environment The Intelligence

Teekay Offshore gets a new majority partner and orders two shuttle tankers

Strategic partnership with Brookfield Business emphasises business growth at the expense of increasing cash distribution

North America Canada Teekay firms

SIPG to issue $1bn bonds

Company's largest ever overseas issuance is no surprise as it has been active with business development, SIPG official says

Asia Pacific Containers Finance

Noble Group warns of $1.8bn losses and announces workforce cull

Commodities trader is also selling North America Gas & Power unit and looking for buyer for global oil trading business
Asia Pacific Hong Kong Singapore

French-Chinese consortium inks deal for Cameroon port

CMA CGM, Bolloré and CHEC sign 25-year Kribi Container Terminal concession

Middle East and Africa Containers Ports and Logistics

Scrubbers a good option for bulkers to comply with sulphur cap, MOL says

Availability of low sulphur fuel at distant ports remains a major concern


 
Asia Pacific Japan Europe

China's CSIC to launch debt-to-equity swap

Investors include China’s largest manager of non-performing assets

Asia Pacific Finance Shipbuilding

Navios Partners buys two more bulkers

Latest brace continues fleet renewal spree as revenues increase

SHI posts $25.7m second-quarter profits

South Korean shipbuilding giant emerges from heavy losses in the year-ago period as market conditions improve

Asia Pacific Shipbuilding South Korea

Korea must study politics as well as economics

Discussion of Busan port's strategies must not be deaf to the suggestion that foreign investment can be to Korea’s benefit.
Asia Pacific South Korea Ports and Logistics

 

Daily Briefing 28 July 2017

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