By 2025, southeast Asia’s LNG demand is expected to reach 25 mta, underpinned by rising energy demand and falling domestic gas production. See MSI’s Associate Director Greg Brown share his opinion… Read more
Take a look at MSI’s Singapore director giving an overview and outlook for the shipping market into 2020, in the Global Maritime Hub. Read more
Unless action is taken quickly, the shipping industry will not meet the IMO 2050 decarbonisation target, say experts from classification society DNV GL in the recently launched “Maritime Forecast to 2050.” Adam Kent states in the EFT, “There isnt one solution that will solve the IMO 2050 puzzle, it will be a combination of a number of solutions and a number of ways of looking at the market.” Read more
A trio of factors is upsetting the status quo but could shipping’s greatest challenge also turn out to be its best opportunity, asks James Frew from Maritime Strategies International. Read more
MSI are delighted to have worked together with ABS on its industry-shaping Low Carbon Shipping Outlook – a very important initiative! Read more
The shipping market is emerging into an upward trend cycle but is ever more impacted by external factors, argues Adam Kent Read more
MSI’s David Bull reports the rapid increase in rates while record numbers of LNG carriers have been delivered in Read more
MSI is proud to be once again sponsoring the Marine Money event in New York on 14th November.
As part of MSI’s participation our Director of Consultancy, James Frew, will be debating shipping investment strategies and offering an insight into the most promising assets for those looking to place capital.
You can catch James on stage at 15:35 in a “battle royale” with Mark Williams, chaired by Scott Bergeron of the Liberian Registry.
MSI was delighted to have been invited to attend the inaugural meeting of the Korea Ocean Business Corporation (KOBC), in Busan last week.
KOBC was established earlier this year with the stated aim of “…enhancing the competitiveness of Korea’s maritime transport industry”. This invite-only event, was attended by roughly 300 delegates, drawn from some of the biggest names in ship finance, shipbuilding and ownership.
Managing Director, Dr. Adam Kent, delivered a presentation covering trends and offering a forecast for second-hand and newbuild markets.
KOBC’s website may be view here