Fighting around Libyan port prompts Seago, Hapag-Lloyd and CMA CGM to cut their services
- Services suspended to Libyan port
- Oil is not going away any time soon, but non-Opec supply is shrouded in uncertainty
- Opec's Middle East Gulf exporters cut shipments
As maintenance continues, managers shift their mid-2015 restart target to year-endAngola LNG to subcharter its seven ships
Steady and flat better than low and miserableVLCC rates expected to go steady and sideways...
Delta Tankers takes advantage of high ratesTanker Investments relying on winter market...
Shipping lines suspend Benghazi services as fighting in the area escalatesAframax crude tanker earnings hit a high
Market swings back in owners' favour as rates bottom out
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The smaller shipowners face difficulties in raising finance from banks
Mediterranean mega hubs continue to reap the rewards
Boom in transhipment behind surge in container traffic