Over the last year The Maritime Podcast has featured guests from the across the industry discussing a wide variety of topics. As the year draws to a close we are grouping podcasts covering specific sectors on The Maritime Podcast Rewind and today...
Anyone who tuned in to Rystad’s latest webinar last Thursday will have noted the uncertainty in energy markets that is likely to prevail for at least the first few months of 2022.
Idan Ofer’s Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) is a cornerstone investor in a Tor Olav Troim’s Golar LNG spin-off Cool Company that will own eight TFDE LNG carriers.
Finance for oil-related transport and storage is becoming harder to pin down, according to Knut Mathiassen, a leading finance lawyer and head of Ince Consultancy in Abu Dhabi.
French shipowner Jacques de Chateauvieux has returned to shipping investments in China through JS&Co working with Jiangnan Shipyard to build a new ammonia vessel type.
LNG-fuelled vessels make up 23% of the total tanker orderbook, according to statistics from London-based shipbroker, Gibson.
Cosco Shipping and PetroChina International have ordered three 174,000 cu m LNG carriers from Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding.
China Development Bank Financial Leasing (CDB Leasing) is to acquire nine tankers at a total cost of $172m from Torm.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) predicts that maritime trade growth will slow to 2.4%, compared to 2.9% over the past two decades.