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Lloyd's List: Libya Premium Helps Drive Up Aframax Earnings by $13,000 in a Day
March 24, 2015
"While the Middle East area is expected to remain unstable in the short term, future prospects are promising with significant long-term growth potential for exports out of Libya and the Black Sea, observed Poten & Partners analysts in a recent report."

"...This expected rise comes despite concerns over Russian oil production due to western sanctions against Russian energy companies, imposed due to Russia’s involvement in Ukraine.
As for the overall aframax crude tanker market, Poten & Partners is bullish."
 
Lloyd's List: Libya Premium Helps Drive Up Aframax Earnings by $13,000 in a Day(2)
March 24, 2015
"While the Middle East area is expected to remain unstable in the short term, future prospects are promising with significant long-term growth potential for exports out of Libya and the Black Sea, observed Poten & Partners analysts in a recent report."
 
IHS Maritime 360: Long-term Growth Seen for MR Tankers
March 23, 2015
"The bullish run for medium-range (MR) product tankers may finally be happening, with 21% year-on-year (y/y) growth in fixtures from October 2014 to February 2015. Tanker consultancy Poten & Partners' analysis show there were 2,259 fixtures in the last five months compared with 1,869 in the year-ago period."

"...Poten & Partners concluded, 'In summary, the healthy product rates of the last six months were caused by both short-term and long-term factors. While some of the seasonal factors may be fleeting, it seems that the strong underlying fundamental factors will continue to boost the MR market in the coming years.'"
 
South China Morning Post: Floating Storage Deal a Shrewd Step for Indonesian Coal Miner Agritrade
March 17, 2015
"'Anecdotal evidence suggests that land-based storage has already reached record levels and may be filling up to capacity,' said Poten & Partners, a US-based energy and shipping consultancy, in a recent note."
 
Lloyd's List: Pluto LNG Shutdown Recalls Bad Memories of Delayed Australian Projects
March 16, 2015
"Around 53m tonnes per year of Australian LNG export capacity is under construction and could be online within the next three years, according to Poten & Partners LNG analyst Amokeye Adede."
 
South China Morning Post: Floating Storage Deal a Shrewd Step for Indonesia Coal Miner Agritrade
March 15, 2015
"'Anecdotal evidence suggests that land-based storage has already reached record levels and may be filling up to capacity,' said Poten & Partners, a US-based energy and shipping consultancy, in a recent note."
 
Bloomberg: Fuel-Thirsty California Looks to Eastern Canada, Asia for Supply
March 13, 2015
"An explosion at Exxon Mobil Corp.’s Torrance refinery near Los Angeles and the shutdown of Tesoro Corp.’s Golden Eagle refinery near Martinez in Northern California have both 'created arbitrage opportunities' on the West Coast, New York-based Poten & Partners Inc. said in a report March 6."
 
Fuelfix: Fuel - Thirsty California Looks to Eastern Canada, Asia for Supply
March 12, 2015
"An explosion at Exxon Mobil Corp.’s Torrance refinery near Los Angeles and the shutdown of Tesoro Corp.’s Golden Eagle refinery near Martinez in Northern California have both 'created arbitrage opportunities' on the West Coast, New York-based Poten & Partners Inc. said in a report March 6."
 
Bloomberg: Fuel Thirsty California Takes Tankers from East Canada
March 12, 2015
"An explosion at Exxon Mobil Corp.’s Torrance refinery near Los Angeles and the shutdown of Tesoro Corp.’s Golden Eagle refinery near Martinez in Northern California have both 'created arbitrage opportunities' on the West Coast, New York- based Poten & Partners Inc. said in a report March 6."
 
Lloyd's List: VLCC Market is Still Promising, says China Merchants Energy Shipping
March 09, 2015
"Other observers, such as Poten, think it is unlikely to occur, at least not through the end of the year, as demand will not grow quickly enough to absorb the current excess supply, and the likely production cuts will raise oil prices and dispel the incentive to store crude."
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