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September 2022

RECORDED WEBINAR: The market has started on the path to “normalisation”

Watch BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst, Niels Rasmussen, giving his insight into the market in September 2022.

RECORDED WEBINAR: Longer routes and higher rates as EU bans Russian oil and products

Watch BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst, Niels Rasmussen, giving his insight into the market in September 2022.

RECORDED WEBINAR: EU’s ban on Russian coal lifts demand despite economic headwinds

Watch the recording of BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst, Niels Rasmussen, giving his insight into the market in September 2022.

June 2022

WEBINAR: Rise in demand and tonne miles to secure sustained tanker recovery

BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst, Niels Rasmussen, gives his insight into the market in June 2022.

WEBINAR: Strong container market starting to show cracks as uncertainties build up

BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst, Niels Rasmussen, gives his insight into the market in June 2022.

WEBINAR: Slow supply growth to support dry bulk market as risks to demand mount

BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst, Niels Rasmussen, gives his insight into the market in June 2022.

March 2022

Russia exports slow as war in Ukraine heads into 5th week

Four weeks after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a few things have become clearer, but much uncertainty remains.

War in Ukraine will hurt growth in all shipping segments

Though much uncertainty remains, the immediate commodity price increases and supply challenges caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are likely to be felt throughout 2022. Also, recently implemented sanctions on Russia are not likely to be lifted any time soon. This may have sustained spill-over impact on the global economy.

October 2021

US trade balance with China improving on higher exports

The trade war continues to rage in the shade of the headline-grabbing supply chain disruptions. The tariffs are still in place and are unlikely to go anywhere despite the change of administration in the United States.

September 2021

Strong domestic demand sees US oil product imports growing

Recovering demand for US oil products has caused a 25.9% rise in US seaborne imports of oil products in the first seven months of 2021 compared to 2020, with imports so far this year totalling 26.1m tonnes.