Broker estimates only 50 of 336 capesizes carriers in the orderbook are conversion candidates
- Switching newbuild orders from dry to wet may put damper on tanker recovery
- Scorpio Bulkers poised to shed more capesize orders
- Smith to return as Golar LNG's chief executive after Arnell steps down
Low newbuilding prices, as well as rising labour and financing costs, dampen...Dalian Shipbuilding Industry acquires South...
Update: Taiwanese line confirms plans to acquire 11 ultra large boxships through time...Containership capacities smash 20,000 teu...
The Dalian Daeyang Shipyard premises will be used to build LNG carriers and other...Dalian Shipbuilding industry wins tender for...
Companies to explore opportunities in jointly owning ships and developing terminalsCosta Concordia costs likely to hit $2bn
But South Korean giant has dim outlook over offshore shipbuilding, due to falling oil prices
Week on Wall Street | January 23
First Euronav, then Tankships — crude tankers are commanding attention
The use of air to lift heavy weights has become an important tool in the hands of the heavylift sector
Singaporean rig-building giant not immune from offshore industry woes
No truth to recent reports that Greek owner has ordered six giants at Samsung
Earnings stay in the $80,000s per day for Middle East Gulf to Asia spot voyages
Anecdotal evidence has emerged of a slew of potential orders for building new oil tankers./ll/images/pollbar.png;jsessionid=AF4C44F8E13B2DB2B7C6C000DD771B62
688 (-15) Baltic Dry Index
Outlook for Oil
Neil Atkinson discusses how low the oil price could go with Bloomberg
More capesizes sent for scrap
Ten sales in past fortnight and more units are being touted in the market
This one could run and run
The MSC Oscar story marches on, but a report on Cosco's newbuilding plans that scores most with readers