Crude tanker owner also believes converting dry newbuilding orders to wet will happen, but not be overly significant
- DHT boosts bottom line through bigger fleet and sturdier tanker earning power
- VLCC daily spot earnings stay in $80,000s range for ninth straight day
- VLCC earnings to stay steady as January loading programme ends
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Ten sales in past fortnight and more units are being touted in the marketBoxship scrapping set to remain high after near-record level in 2014
More than 1m teu removed from the fleet through demolition in the past three years, Clarkson Research estimates
Piraeus decision a setback to China’s seaborne Silk Road
Move to halt sale of port stake to Cosco challenges Chinese ambition
"Views on Economou and a positive take on product tankers" Alexander MacInnes
Rates under pressure as up to 10 large vintage bulk carriers are being touted for sale
- Prospect of Pakistan tax on steel imports lifts demolition sector
- China Cosco sends 17 ships for demolition
- Lacklustre start for the demolition market
Sale and purchase market starts buzzing as demand grows for tankers to haul or store cheap oil
But falling asset prices delay deal to buy four capesizes from controlling Restis family
Earnings stay in the $80,000s per day for Middle East Gulf to Asia spot voyages
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