Production forecast to rise by 50% over four years as new projects come on line
- Time to let off steam?
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- Expenses tip Awilco LNG into a net loss
Son Andreas to take up chairman role, with former Norden boss Carsten Mortensen...BW LPG sees profits rise but below analysts'...
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Head of classification society Tasneef is top newsmaker and Topaz best ship operatorLloyd’s List Middle East/Indian subcontinent...
A tighter environment for lending money for shipping projects may aid the dry bulk recovery, says Raymond ChingJinhui forecasts $19m loss for first nine months
Chief executive James Marshall sees no need to book newbuildings unless demand from cargo owners emerge
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The smaller shipowners face difficulties in raising finance from banks
"The smaller shipowners face difficulties in raising finance from banks" Alexander MacInnes
Post-merger with CSAV, Hapag-Lloyd will take its place as the world’s fourth-largest shipping company. But the new chief executive only wants the line to be the best
- Closing the gap at Hapag-Lloyd
- The Danish connection
- Hapag-Lloyd posts first-half loss as freight rates keep falling
Meanwhile parent CMB plans to take over Alexander Saverys liner firm Delphis
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