Posidonia 2024 June 3-7, 2024 | Athens, Greece


We are thrilled to announce our participation once again in this year’s exhibition where the world's leading maritime industry players converge to explore and collaborate.Join us at this year's Posidonia 2024 – the international shipping exhibition – which will take place June 3-7 in Athens, Greece at the Metropolitan Expo.

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Tankers: Full Effect of Ban on Russian Oil To be Felt From 2023 Onwards


The tanker market’s structural shift is still not complete. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Allied said that “with the recently announced crude oil production output cuts from OPEC+ now ready to take effect, the markets seem set for a major bracing point.

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Underwriting decarbonisation: Financing key to steer shipping towards a green future


As it becomes increasingly clear that greenhouse-gas emissions must be drastically cut over the next 30 years in order to save the planet’s climate as we know it ...

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LNG Becoming the Most Important Shipping Market of 2022


The LNG tanker market is expected to ride the existing “wave” of increased demand throughout the second half of the year. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Intermodal said that “amid Europe’s effort to cut its dependence on Russian gas, LNG has currently become the most geopolitically important fuel. 

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Bunker quality – do bunker suppliers have charterers over a barrel?


Charterer’s obligation to provide bunkers in compliance with charterparty specification. Time charterers supplying vessels with bunker fuel oil need to ensure that they meet the contractual specifications set out in the charterparty.

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China’s COVID-19 Outbreak Introduces New Implications for the Shipping Markets


China’s lockdowns in Shanghai is expected to have a significant impact in the global supply chains and the tanker markets, especially when seen in tandme with everything else that’s been going on in the world’s economy today.

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War in Ukraine will hurt growth in all shipping segments.


Though much uncertainty remains, the immediate commodity price increases and supply challenges caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are likely to be felt throughout 2022. Also, recently implemented sanctions on Russia are not likely to be lifted any time soon. 

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Smells like sustainability: Harnessing ammonia as ship fuel


It smells pungent and if a mere 0.5 per cent of the air you breath consists of it, it will kill you. And yet ammonia is being heralded as one of the best zero-carbon fuel options for deep-sea shipping in particular.

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Tankers: Oil Supply to Remain Limited, but Not For Long


Tanker owners are bound to benefit from more oil coming into the market from the start of 2022 onwards, as demand continues to recover. However, with plans around the world to move away from fossil fuels is bound to catch up in the long term. 

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