Bulk Carrier Market Outlook 2022 Q2
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Every quarter we publish our Bulk Carrier Market Outlook. It includes a fuil analysis of the macro environment, fleet supply, demand for bulk commodities and seaborne trade in them, and the freight and S&P markets. We model the five-year outlook for freight rates based on long-term trends in fleet activity and the effects of predicted global economic trends on them.
In the latest edition, we cover the war in Ukraine, the lockdowns in China, the early arrival of peak population growth in China, the low orderbook this year, the effects of Chinese steel production caps on iron ore import demand, the reasons behind April’s weak frieght market and how seasonality coulod be affected in 2H 22 – as well as our regular five year scenario.
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Decarbonising Astralia-China Iron Ore Trade
In my latest feature for the free-to-register ship.energy website, I run the numbers on what it would take to decarbonise the biggest bulk trade of them all. And don’t forget to listen to my ship.energy podcasts at the website or via your favourite podcast app (itunes, spotify, google etc.)
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