Greg Miller

Greg Miller has served as the senior commerce editor of IHS Fairplay since 2015, and as Americas editor since 2004. He specialises in coverage of US-listed shipping companies, shipping finance, energy commodity transport, executive profiles, and banking and legal issues. Prior to joining IHS, he was the senior editor of Cruise Industry News for seven years and the editor in chief of the Virgin Islands Business Journal for five years. He graduated from Cornell University in 1990.

Erik Helberg
Bankers at the Capital Link shipping forum in New York have highlighted this year’s rebounding public market access for shipping, particularly in the dry bulk and LNG sectors.

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Francis Birkeland.
Bullishness on the dry bulk sector was the prevailing theme at the Capital Link shipping forum in New York, with fewer-than-usual fears that a newbuild renaissance will smother a nascent recovery.
Share pricing may still be weak, but sales of equity and debt securities by US-listed owners have reached historically peak levels in early 2017.
Is dry bulk’s self-defeating cycle about to repeat? Funding for second-hand asset acquisitions is surging, raising fears that newbuilding orders may be next.
Listed dry bulker companies are displaying a pronounced shift from defence to offence and are actively pursuing fleet expansion. Golden Ocean is just the latest example of an accelerating trend.
DryShips CEO George Economou
In its just-filed annual report, DryShips has provided fresh information on its related-party loan deal with founder and CEO George Economou and its share sales to Kalani Investments.
New military clashes are endangering Libya’s export terminals, while Nigeria’s crude exports remain threatened by simmering tensions in the Niger Delta.
The new medium-term outlook from the International Energy Agency highlights significant potential for shipping, primarily driven by higher Asian demand for crude, refined products, and liquefied...
DryShips founder George Economou
NASDAQ-listed DryShips, in the midst of a yet another highly dilutive stock offering, has exercised its option to purchase a second gas carrier newbuild from chief executive George Economou.
Container-liner consolidation leaves fewer competitors for long-term charters, but the charterers that remain standing should be healthier and pose less counterparty risk.
In a bid to take advantage of cyclically low asset prices, NASDAQ-listed Eagle Bulk is buying up to nine Ultramax bulkers from Norwegian OTC-listed Greenship Bulk Trust.