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Gibson tanker report – Long Haul Boost


One of the headlines in the international press in recent weeks has been the surge in US crude exports to

Gibson tanker report – Peace Pipe still Smoking


The Canadian government has long harboured the ambition to be able to export crude without the need to rely almost

Gibson tanker report – Iraqxit?


This week’s non-binding independence vote in Iraqi Kurdistan may do little to change the semi-autonomous region’s crude output in

Gibson tanker report – WS100 to Rise at Last


Over the past couple of years the tanker industry has witnessed major fluctuations in Worldscale flat rates. On long haul

Gibson tanker report – The North Rises Again


North Sea oil producers have been somewhat revitalised during 2017. As Gibson reported earlier this year, OPEC led production cuts

Gibson tanker report – VLCC Floating Storage – Beginning of the End?


VLCC floating storage has been an important feature of our industry in recent years. While Iranian nuclear sanctions were in

Gibson tanker report – Vietnam Joins the VLCC Club


At the start of August, Kuwait dispatched the first shipment of crude to the recently completed 200,000 b/d refinery at

Gibson tanker report – Refined View


2017 has seen a notable increase in unplanned refinery outages, which has naturally had an impact on the product tanker

Gibson tanker report – China Takes Top Spot


Early this month, figures confirmed the rise of China as the world’s largest importer of crude oil ahead of the

Gibson tanker report – Time to take a Break


Last September one of our reports focused on the prospects for higher demolition activity for tankers on the back of

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