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Major tanker operator publishes its CO2 emissions

Ardmore Shipping has begun publishing details about its ships' CO2 emissions. The measuring will continue going forward, even though it is still "really early days" for the shipping sector's CO2 disclosures, CEO Anthony Gurnee tells ShippingWatch.

Ardmore continues to lose money

The deficit grew at Ardmore Shipping in the second quarter, when rates were allegedly kept down by refineries undergoing preparations for the IMO sulfur cap. The product tanker shipping company expects significant improvements going forward.

Ardmore fortsætter med at tabe penge

Underskuddet voksede hos Ardmore Shipping i andet kvartal, hvor raterne angiveligt blev holdt nede af raffinaderiernes forberedelser til IMO's svovlkrav. Produkttank-rederiet forventer markant bedring fremadrettet.

The Sohmen-Pao family trumped Maersk's bid on Hafnia

Maersk Tankers wanted to acquire Hafnia's fleet, but was beaten by BW Group and the Sohmen-Pao family with an attractive offer to buy the entire shipping company. ShippingWatch reconstructs the story about how one of the world's biggest product tanker carriers was created.

Ardmore appoints new chairman

The tanker carrier's current chairman will step down from his position at the turn of the year. His replacement has been found within the board.

Ardmore's CEO expects real recovery late next year

The Irish tanker carrier points to increasing MR rates in the fourth quarter, but a real recovery is not expected until late next year, says CEO Anthony Gurnee to ShippingWatch, contradicting announcements from Torm and Concordia Maritime.

Ardmore's deficit grew in tanker downturn

Just as its competitors, Ardmore is challenged by the weakened product tanker market, where rates bottomed out in the third quarter. CEO Anthony Gurnee remains optimistic.

Analyst casts doubts on product carriers' 2020 hopes

Shipowners and analysts project solid demand growth for product tanker ahead of the new global sulfur regulations in 2020. But many elements remain uncertain, and there is a lack of concrete data, renowned analyst tells ShippingWatch.

Ardmore expects 2020 gains of up to five percent

Anthony Gurnee, CEO of Irish firm Ardmore, expects that the upcoming sulfur regulations of 2020 will mark a positive turning point for product tanker carriers. Demand could rise by up to five percent, he tells ShippingWatch.

Ardmore reports slow start to 2018

Product tanker carrier Ardmore saw its deficit grow in the first quarter 2018. Despite this fact, CEO Anthony Gurnee still eyes potential for market improvement picking up speed during the year. New sulfur regulations could "boost" demand, projects JP Morgan.

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