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Greg Miller

Senior Maritime Reporter

New York

Greg Miller is a senior maritime reporter for Lloyd’s List, based in New York. He is an award-winning journalist who has covered ocean shipping for the past two decades – five years for FreightWaves and American Shipper, and 15 years for Fairplay. He has extensive knowledge of container, crude, products, dry bulk, LNG and LPG markets, as well as shipping finance, regulation and technology.

Prior to his work for Fairplay, he served as senior editor of Cruise Industry News in New York for seven years, and editor in chief of the Virgin Islands Business Journal in St. Thomas for five years. He is a graduate of Cornell University, where he was a columnist for the Cornell Daily Sun.

Latest From Greg Miller

Shipping faces more fallout in wake of Iran’s attack on Israel

The risk of a full closure of the Strait of Hormuz, while still unlikely, has increased. The more likely scenario, according to analysts, is that the Strait of Hormuz will become more like the Red Sea, with some ships continuing to transit and others steering clear

Red Sea Risk Political Risk and Trade

As tanker stocks rise, Frontline savours new high and Euronav is left out of the party

Most tanker stocks are up double digits year to date, led by Frontline, climbing 23%. And then there is Euronav, whose adjusted share price is down 6% since January

Tankers and Gas VLCC

Panama Canal finally begins to rebound after drought-driven dive

Despite positive momentum in March, neopanamax locks transits were 18%-20% below levels in the same month in 2022 and 2023, and panamax locks transits were down 36%. The nascent recovery has far to go

Containers Dry Bulk

VLCC owner dilemma: Buy assets at the peak or let fleets keep ageing

Hopes for future VLCC rate upside in light of a compelling supply side thesis are being weighed against very high asset prices, both for newbuildings and modern secondhand tonnage

Tankers and Gas Middle East and Africa

Resilient US economy continues to buoy container shipping demand

America’s economy remains a relative bright spot for container shipping demand. US imports held firm at healthy levels in March and are now aligning with the growth trend seen prior to the pandemic

Containers Political and Trade

No major east coast fallout from Baltimore container blockage

Container shipping flows have adjusted to the Baltimore bridge accident. Rates to the east coast continue to decline despite the port closure, driven lower by normalisation of supply chains following Cape of Good Hope diversions

Containers Casualty
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