Floating storage economics fail to lift tankers for pandemic’s second wave
Brent is the benchmark from which about 80% of oil is traded, and today’s numbers do not make floating storage viable, nor profitable
Tankers chartered for floating storage shielded the market from the first coronavirus oil demand shock as crude prices plunged to 21-year lows. But the numbers are not looking good this time for the crude or product tanker fleet
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