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DP World decides to delist

DP World decides to delist


25 Feb 2020


DP world has recently announced its intention to delist from Nasdaq Dubai citing the board’s decision that the disadvantages of remaining listed outweigh the advantages. Even though we share the company’s view, we believe the decision to delist will further deteriorate its already higher leverage. Moving forward, a lot will depend on the company’s ability to generate synergies from recently concluded ’bolt-on’ acquisitions.

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Palm oil supply crunch compels India and China to increase soybean and sunflower oils imports

Palm oil supply crunch compels India and China to increase soybean and sunflower oils imports


03 Feb 2020


Increasing biodiesel consumption due to the rollout of B20 biodiesel programme in Malaysia and B30 programme in Indonesia coupled with low production of palm oil will tighten its supply. Top importers like India and China will counterbalance this gap by switching to soybean oil and sunflower oil. This trade shift will result in increased tonne-mile demand and firm vegoil freight index in 2020.

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Coronavirus impact on Container Shipping - our initial thoughts

Coronavirus impact on Container Shipping - our initial thoughts


30 Jan 2020


While it is still too early to make any comparison between the current coronavirus outbreak and any previous epidemic, our Maritime Financial Research team look at some of the historical precedents to give context to the current outbreak.

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India’s exports of Jet Fuel/Kerosene to be hit with anticipation of a rise in the country’s demand in 2020

India’s exports of Jet Fuel/Kerosene to be hit with anticipation of a rise in the country’s demand in 2020


30 Jan 2020


The IEA in its latest OMR report projected a 7% growth in India’s jet fuel demand in 2020, in view of wider economic growth. After plummeting to less than 5% in 3Q19, the country’s GDP is expected to grow 6% this year owing to government corporate tax cuts, coupled with a plan to sell low-performing and loss-making state-owned companies such as Air India where the government has a 100% stake.

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US-China Phase-1 deal brings limited cheer for LNG shipping

US-China Phase-1 deal brings limited cheer for LNG shipping


24 Jan 2020


With 25% tariff on LNG still in play, the Phase-1 deal between the US and China is not expected to bring any significant change in the LNG trade between the two countries. However, with China requiring additional LNG supplies in the coming years, the US still has the opportunity to become an important supplier for the soon-to-be world’s largest LNG market.

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Drewry: modest outlook for container market

Drewry: modest outlook for container market
The outlook for the container shipping market remains soft despite the welcome boost of the ‘phase one’ trade agreement signed by the US and China, according to Drewry’s latest Container Forecaster.

Drewry launches new fuel advisory services for shippers and forwarders

Drewry’s freight cost benchmarking and procurement support division, is pleased to announce the launch of a new range of fuel advisory and management services designed exclusively for shippers and forwarders.

Drewry publishes first low-sulphur BAF reference price

As part of a series of initiatives aimed at bringing greater transparency to fuel costs resulting from the new IMO 2020 low-sulphur regulation, Drewry is pleased to announce the publication of its first low-sulphur reference bunker index tracker.

Ship operating costs rise on higher R&M and insurance spend

Underlying vessel operating cost inflation accelerated moderately in 2019 on higher repair & maintenance and insurance spend, while costs are expected to continue rising at a similar pace in 2020, according to Drewry’s latest Ship Operating Costs Annual.

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ASEAN Ports & Shipping 2020

Join Jayendu Krishna presenting the economic outlook and its impact on regional competition.

TPM 2020 Conference

Philip Damas to discuss IMO2020 and strategies for BCOs to tackle carrier contracting negotiations.

Ports webinar briefing: Net-Zero 2050 – can the terminal sector meet the goal without regulation?

Join us at 0900 or 1600 GMT on Tues, 10 March 2020 to find out more on our latest research covering the container ports and terminals market. The session will be hosted by Eleanor Hadland, Senior Analyst in Drewry’s Ports and Terminals practice and Martin Dixon, Director - Head of Research Products at Drewry. Both executives will be available to take questions following a short 20 minute presentation.