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Industry Note No. 3 - 2019 Mid-Year Update Scorecard pdf

McQuilling Services is pleased to announce the release of the 2019 Mid-Year Tanker Market Outlook Update, a review of our 2019-2023 Tanker Market Outlook published in January, and updated outlook for spot market freight rates and TCE revenues for 24 major tanker trades across 8 vessel segments for 2019 and the next four years.

Industry Note No. 2 - 2019 Tanker Market Outlook Scorecard pdf

McQuilling Services provides a summary of key market indicators reflecting past performance and future expectations in an easy to read scorecard format. This document displays a snapshot view of what to expect over the next year in comparison to previous market performance.

Industry Note No. 1 - 2019-2023 Tanker Market Outlook pdf

McQuilling Services is pleased to announce the release of the 2019-2023 Tanker Market Outlook. This 200-page report provides a five-year spot and time charter equivalent (TCE) outlook for eight vessel classes across 24 benchmark tanker trades, plus four triangulated trades. Also included in the report is a robust five-year asset price outlook as well as a one and three-year time charter rate forecast through 2023. With 22 cycles of tanker rate forecasting expertise, McQuilling Services is a leader in the industry and continues to support a variety of stakeholders in the energy, maritime and financial services industries with its annual Tanker Market Outlook. In this Industry note, we illustrate some of our key findings and enhancements to the report.

Industry Note No. 9 - Does this Market Rally Have Legs? pdf

In the midst of a tanker market down-cycle, pressured by over-ordering in prior years, DPP freight rates have surged to the highest levels observed since the winter season of 2016/17. Spot rates on the VLCC TD3C trade began September in the low WS 50s before gradually trading up towards WS 60.5 towards the conclusion of the month. Through the first half of October, the market surged to the WS 80s, peaking as high as WS 88. Many market participants will look to this as sign of a cyclical reversal; however, we view this as a temporary shock to the market influenced by various underlying dynamics.