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Daily Briefing July 15 2024

UN-approved shipment of grain from Crimea to Yemen raises oversight concerns | Shipbuilding stocks: From downtrodden to darling as investors chase gains | Strong newbuilding market adding risk to shipbuilding contracts

Daily Briefing

 

Analysis and Comment

 

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Has shipping’s nuclear option reached critical mass?

There is a growing body of opinion across shipping that is routinely referring to nuclear, alongside carbon capture technology, as the only real options on the table that will allow shipping to fully decarbonise by 2050. Has the previously fringe option of nuclear-powered ships become sufficiently mainstream for the industry to consider leapfrogging ammonia and hydrogen as a more pragmatic solution?

Lloyd’s List Podcast Sustainability Fuels

Special Report: Half-year outlook 2024

The growing orderbook and rising prices are not deterring cash-rich owners or hungry yards as all core markets continue to perform strongly at the same time and the global disruption fuelling record tonne-miles shows no sign of abating. But is it really different this time round? Click here to view the full report

 

Ship in golden light
Shipping’s short-term outlook looks golden, but uncertainties loom large

The growing orderbook and rising prices are not deterring cash-rich owners or hungry yards, as all core markets continue to perform strongly at the same time, while the global disruption fuelling record tonne-miles shows no sign of abating. But is it really different this time round?

Tanker and oil platform on offshore area at sunset.
Tankers: Good times roll into 2025

Western sanctions against Russia and the Red Sea turmoil have recalibrated oil trades twice in two years to offset slowing oil demand growth that typically steers tanker freight rates

Singapore’s Pasir Panjang container terminal
Containers: Generation [bo]X — tales for an accelerated cycle

The container shipping sector entered the year on a downcycle. It looks likely to end the year in the black, as the old nemesis of congestion comes back to haunt

Bulk vessel in Panama Canal
Dry bulk: Panama upside to fall, Guinea upside to rise

Supply chains for dry bulk shipping have been lengthened by weather and geopolitics. At least some of that tonne-mile upside could unwind during the second half, as Panama ramps up canal transits. On the demand side, China remains the big wild card

 

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