Harvey Gulf’s announcement of a repayment standstill is unsurprising, but MSI would suggest that distressed-debt investors need to think carefully about what they are investing in.
MSI is expanding its webinar coverage to include the Offshore sector.
The first webinar will be free to attend for both clients and non-clients and will look at regional demand dynamics, the impact of oil price scenarios on rig demand and how this impacts day rates.
Anyone interested in attending should contact email@example.com for instructions to attend.
MSI will be well-represented in Korea next week for events relating to the Kormarine international marine, shipbuilding, offshore and oil and gas exhibition. There will also be a different presentation at each conference by Dr. Adam Kent.
Anyone interested in speaking with Dr. Kent or MSI Director of Consultancy James Frew may contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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MSI is confirmed as a global sponsor for the upcoming Shipping, Marine Services & Offshore Forum hosted by Capital Link at London International Shipping Week.
MSI Director, Dr. Adam Kent, will be delivering a presentation at 09:00 on Tuesday 12th September titled, ‘Fold, Hold, Double Up – which hand to play next?’.
Anyone wishing to book a time to speak with Dr. Kent regarding the content of his presentation or MSI’s views more broadly may do so via email@example.com. Each of our core research sectors will be represented at the event and we welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you might have.
Shipping analysts Maritime Strategies International (MSI) sees the shale gas revolution having a different impact on LPG tanker demand, which has grown rapidly in recent years, than that forecast for LNG demand. Read more . . .
Refining capacity continues to be the link between crude and products tanker trades, since both sectors depend on the health of this industry to drive cargo demand. Refining has continued to migrate east. Read more . . .