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WSJ: Japan Banks Provide Big Share of Lending for LNG Projects
April 20, 2015
"Japanese banks provided over $5 billion, or 43%, to liquefied natural gas projects of the $12 billion of total lending in 2014, energy and shipment adviser Poten & Partners said in a report.
"...But Japanese banks are unlikely to collectively dominate the lineup to the same extent that they did in 2014, because demand growth from Japan is slowing, Poten & Partners said."
 
Lloyd's List: Product Potential; the Case for Product Tankers
April 16, 2015
"Saudi Arabia has a total refining capacity of 2.9m barrels per day and about 1.2m bpd of this capacity (40%) has been added since 2009 via three refineries of 400,000 bpd each, all built in joint ventures with foreign partners, according to the experts at Poten & Partners."
 
Lloyd's List: Product Potential: The Case for Product Tankers
April 16, 2015
"Saudi Arabia has a total refining capacity of 2.9m barrels per day and about 1.2m bpd of this capacity (40%) has been added since 2009 via three refineries of 400,000 bpd each, all built in joint ventures with foreign partners, according to the experts at Poten & Partners."
 
Lloyd's List:Iran Oil Impact Could be Positive for Tankers
April 15, 2015
"Poten & Partners touched on the issue of timing, saying it seems unlikely that Iran’s oil exports will increase within six months after the final agreement to lift sanctions is signed."
 
Lloyd's List: Maresk Tankers Modernizes Fleet as Trade Dynamics Change
April 13, 2015
"For example, Shell shut the 85,000 barrels per day Clyde refinery in 2012; the 124,000 bpd Kurnell refinery closed in October 2014; while BP’s 102,000 bpd Bulwer refinery in Brisbane is scheduled to close later in 2015, according to Poten & Partners."
 
Tulsa World: Private Equity's Big Bet on Shipping Falters as Deal Boom Ends
April 10, 2015
"Rates to hire carriers of liquefied natural gas, once a bright spot in the slumping industry, are now the lowest since 2010 as new vessels joined the fleet before facilities to export the fuel were finished, according to data from Poten & Partners, a New York-based shipbroker."
 
Lloyd's List: D'Amico International Shipping Looks to Expand into LR1 Product Tanker Sector
April 08, 2015
"According to Poten & Partners' assessments, the benchmark daily LR1 time charter equivalent earnings on Middle East-Japan trade averaged $23,206 in the year to date, compared with the 2014 average of $13,614."
 
Tanker Operator: Is the MR Strength Sustainable?
March 27, 2015
"In order to analyse this Poten looked at MR trading patterns over the period October 2014 to February 2015 and compared them to the same period in the previous year. As a proxy for the trading patterns, the reported clean spot market fixtures for MRs was used.
"In this five month period, a significant increase in clean MR fixtures was seen: 2,259 in the last five months against 1,869 in the same period in 2013/14.
"Looking at the details, there were three loading areas with significant growth - The Middle East, North America and Europe/Med. Indian exports also increased significantly in percentage terms, but this trade is smaller in scale."
 
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."
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