With shipping asset prices having fallen through 2016 MSI takes a look at what drives second-hand prices in order to find out how long prices will continue to drop, and which sectors will be likely to benefit from the recovery. Download here.
Month: October 2016
To Scrap, or not to scrap?
Despite being inundated with technical challenges and opposition from owners, the implementation of the IMO Ballast Water Management Convention (BWMC) on September 8, 2017 could provide the basis for a dry bulk market recovery. Read more . . .
DOWNLOAD: Comparing and Contrasting the Outlook for Distressed Sectors
On the 12th October MSI director Niklas Carlen delivered his presentation entitled “Roads to Recovery: Comparing and Contrasting the Outlook for Distressed Sectors” to the delegates of the Athens Marine Money conference. Download the presentation here
VIDEO: Crude and product owners enjoy similar earnings
Maritime Strategies International senior analyst Tim Smith in a wide-ranging interview with Tanker Shipping & Trade editor, Edwin Lampert. Watch the video here.
OPEC Production and the Tanker Market
A decision by OPEC to cap or cut output has been increasing in likelihood across the course of the year. The announcement shouldn’t come as a shock, nor do the parameters of the revised objective mark a huge deviation from the status quo.