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Every quarter, our sector specialists predict future freight movements and industry developments, serving as the industry’s crystal balls. Our offerings include Annual Outlook, published at year-end and looking at the 12 months forward; What to Watch, published in spring and focused on medium-term trends; Mid-year Outlook, published in July and previewing the final six months of every year; Year-end Projection, a forecasting survey of analysts published in autumn on where spot markets will end for the year.
The crude tanker market in graphs: Fleet growth outweighs modest oil demand expansion as rates remain in the doldrums
LNG shipping outlook in graphs: Booming LNG trades support tanker demand despite rapid fleet growth
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Fleet growth expected to slow but will remain substantial, keeping bulls at bay
Or will newbuildings drag on the freight market and erode precious gains
Annual outlook: Utilisation and rates to be further pressured as oil price lingers low
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