As global shipping struggles through a never-ending trough, canny operators are looking to new markets for growth including: dry bulk opportunities from US moves to renegotiate the 23-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement; China’s entry into the offshore wind farm industry; and the growth of liquefied natural gas trades enabled by floating storage and regasification units.
Bulker owners are best positioned to benefit from changing Nafta regulations that could create new demand
Shipping and politics are brought together by grain in Egypt, where pressure on availability of arable land and on prices has stimulated an unusual solution
Sveinung Støhle goes long on emerging economies and puts his money where his mouth is
Beijing's thirst for green energy could bring shipping opportunities in transport, installation and maintenance
The offshore wind farm revolution offers some good opportunities
Tonne-mile boost for capes from logistics developments in one of the world’s poorest nations
Slow but promising steps taken in using renewables as marine propulsion
Blockchain will be a game-changer in the food and shipping sectors over the next decade, says Alan Bullion
Mining giant expects China's peak steel production in the middle of the next decade
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