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Daily Briefing 11 August, 2017


LPG carrier owners' eyes too big for their bellies

LPG market outlook in graphs: Severe oversupply means owners cannot see light at the end of tunnel, despite healthy demand growth
Asia Pacific United States Tankers and Gas

DHT bets on US crude exports benefiting tankers

New York-listed owner expects more shipments from the Atlantic moving to the Pacific, helping rates

Tankers and Gas DHT North America

Vale offloads two valemaxes to Bocomm and closes in on two more

Shandong Shipping expected to lease ships as Brazilian mining giant offloads vessels to boost its balance sheet and focus on mining operations

South America Brazil Asia Pacific

UK Ship Register faces moment of truth

London International Shipping Week marks two years since call for major reforms
United Kingdom Marine People

US coal exports to bolster dry bulk shipping recovery

Demand continues to grow in Europe as well as East Asia

North America United States Asia Pacific

Will NAT's dividend-in-kind be the new norm?

Nordic American Tankers boss Herbjorn Hansson leaves no stone unturned in his quest to keep dividend streak alive

Tankers and Gas Finance Nordic American Tankers

Euronav revamps dividend to have fixed and variable components

Move comes amid strong balance sheet and significant changes to company's tanker market outlook

Europe Belgium North America

Yang Ming continues to shrink its losses

Volumes rise 6.8% in second quarter

Asia Pacific Containers Finance

NAT boosts time charter deals with Shell to three

Two new time charters both have a duration of 18 months

Europe Norway North America

Wilh. Wilhelmsen net profit hit by WWL merger

Group incurs $267m accounting loss related to the WWL merger deal

Europe Norway Finance

 

Daily Briefing 11 August 2017

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