DVB: Continous oil demand will benefit Suezmax

The Suezmac segment faces stable improvements in the years to come, where the demand for crude oil only looks set to grow, says DVB in an analysis of the segment.

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Increasing global growth equals an increasing oil consumption, and that is why the anticipated growth in the global GDP will benefit the Suezmax segment, says DVB in an analysis that is fairly optimistic for this segment, whose fleet currently contains a total of 448 vessels, for a total of 70 million dwt.

DVB draws on the IMF's forecasts for the global economy, which point to a total growth of 3.6 percent this year and 3.9 percent in 2015.

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