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Historic disruption to Saudi oil supply to have severe implications for oil and tanker markets

Historic disruption to Saudi oil supply to have severe implications for oil and tanker markets


17 Sep 2019


Global spare production capacity is not enough to compensate for the decline in Saudi Arabia’s oil production after the recent attacks on two of the country’s oil facilities and the consequent inventory drawdown will therefore underpin oil prices and adversely affect tanker demand if supplies take longer to be restored.

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How big a threat are autonomous vessels to seafarer demand?

How big a threat are autonomous vessels to seafarer demand?


17 Sep 2019


Vessel automation and digitisation will reduce future seafarer demand, but the medium-term impact is expected to be limited.

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A trade-war punch to chemical shipping

A trade-war punch to chemical shipping


16 Sep 2019


The escalating US-China trade war, if not settled in October as per the planned meeting between authorities of the two countries, will impact not only the Transpacific trade route, but also other major trade routes as China is the main demand driver.

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Euphoria in dry bulk spot rates

Euphoria in dry bulk spot rates


06 Sep 2019


Surging iron ore exports from Brazil and contracting vessel supply in the region will keep Capesize/VLOC vessels in high demand in the Atlantic, supporting the continued surge in freight rates.

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Less guesswork concerning post-IMO 2020 marine fuel

Less guesswork concerning post-IMO 2020 marine fuel


01 Sep 2019


Shippers, forwarders and carriers are getting a better idea of costs and data sources as Drewry launches a low-sulphur bunker price tracker.

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Reefer container equipment availability to remain tight

Reefer container equipment availability to remain tight
Reefer container equipment availability will remain tight over the next few years which will impact shipping capacity supply and freight rates at seasonal peaks, according to Drewry’s latest Reefer Shipping Annual Review.

Container terminal utilisation rates to rise and “big seven” premier league of operators emerges

The outlook for global container port demand is modest growth and numerous uncertainties, but in the face of this, capacity expansion plans are also muted, according to Drewry’s latest Global Container Terminal Operators report.

Smart devices to transform the utility and value of shipping container assets

Smart devices have the potential to radically transform the utility and value of shipping container equipment assets, according to Drewry’s latest Container Census & Leasing Annual.

Container market disruption seems likely as uncertainty mounts

Drewry’s latest Container Forecaster provides scant solace for the container shipping sector as the industry is buffeted by headwinds.

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Container Trade Europe 2019

Meet Martin Dixon to hear Drewry’s market assessment and outlook for smart containers.

Global Shippers Forum Annual Meeting 2019

Philip Damas to discuss shipping lines and port terminal surcharges.

Cool Logistics Global 2019

Join Martin Dixon discussing Drewry’s Outlook for Perishable Reefer Shipping.