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China's huge air pollution problems could benefit gas carriers

The Chinese government's efforts to reduce pollution in the world's most populous country are good news for gas carriers. In 2017, China's LNG imports grew by 50 percent, and demand could continue this year, projects JP Morgan.

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How sulfur regulations prompted a Norwegian analyst to switch jobs

Torbjørn Kjus is especially known for having predicted the oil price plunge a few years ago as an analyst at DNB Markets. Now, he has stepped down from his role in the Norwegian bank to assume a fund manager position, where he will manage deals in the wake of new global sulfur regulations.

Freight forwarder Scan Global aims to double revenue

Within the next few years, the freight forwarder Scan Global Logistics' top line should be doubled, says Group CEO Allan Melgaard to ShippingWatch. Recently, the company has announced several expansions of the business.

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