Investors and commodity shippers favor spot contracts, but GHG cuts will require more long-term employment.
Can listed shipping shares break out of their slump before the U.S.-China trade dispute is resolved?
Investor concerns are intensifying over the fate of George Prokopiou’s publicly listed LNG partnership.
It has been the slowest start of the year on record for shipping on Wall Street.
With each passing day, it seems the U.S. LNG export sector is gaining further momentum.
Executives at GasLog Ltd. believe the LNG shipping spot market is set to rebound. Others are not so sure.
As GasLog Partners reported its quarterly earnings, its CEO commented on prospects for both spot and long-term charter markets. He optimistically believes current spot weakness will be short-lived, and that rates will be driven higher by the wave of new liquefaction projects coming onstream.