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The Lloyd's List Podcast: Live from Posidonia, Day 4

In the latest edition of our special series of Lloyd’s List podcasts live from Athens, we talk about the challenges and the future prospects for the shipping markets, including the 2020 global sulphur cap experiment, and why we all need to focus on Indian demand.

On today’s podcast we are joined by some of the industry’s leading analysts from BIMCO, NS Lemos and DVB Bank.

There is much bigger differential between the winners and losers than we have seen over recent years, according to NS Lemos analyst James Leake. It was an intriguing pount that warranted further discussion, so we gather together some of the sharpest minds in the business to discuss where the risk and opportunites lie right now, what’s going to happen to bunker prices in the run up to 2020, the economics of scrubbers and why Indian teenagers need to be on the shipping industry’s radar.



Joining Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade on today’s special Posidonia edition of the Lloyd’s List Podcast is:

•              Peter Sand, Chief Shipping Analyst at BIMCO

•              Henriette Brent-Petersen, Global Head of Shipping and Offshore Research at DVB Bank

•              James Leake, Analyst at N.S. Lemos

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