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.

A new economic theory called the Adaptive Markets Hypothesis has a lot to say about the drivers of the shipping cycles.

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A crude tanker departing Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo.
As Venezuela’s political and economic situation deteriorates, increasing impacts are being felt in the tanker trades, according to the International Energy Agency.
George Economou
DryShips has announced more related-party deals with founder George Economou, but this time, the transactions could serve to better align Economou’s interests with outside shareholders.
Bank notes
Fairplay has analysed each shipping segment’s cash performance. Bottom line: LNG is trending higher, LPG and box-ship lessors are problematic, tankers enjoy a cushion, and bulkers have survived.
After four months of negotiations on an amended employment contract, Seaspan has announced that co-chairman and CEO Gerry Wang will leave the company he co-founded at the end of this year. 
Seward & Kissel partner Gary Wolfe has been closing shipping deals on Wall Street for over 30 years. In an exclusive interview with Fairplay, the legal veteran lays out his views on raising...
Jon Chappell, Evercore ISI analyst
Sentiment on the timing of the crude tanker recovery continues to slide as the outlook for the sector's supply-demand balance worsens
DryShips founder George Economou
A new lawsuit filed against DryShips in the Marshall Islands is the latest in a series of legal threats to the company and its founder, George Economou.
International Seaways’ purchase of two Suezmax newbuild resales is just the latest example of a much broader trend: US-listed shipping companies are aggressively raising capital to buy tonnage in...
As commercial banks pull back, public shipping companies are increasingly turning to institutional investors for low-amortisation debt in the so-called Term Loan B market.
Bankers are shifting their focus toward merger-and-acquisition advisory services as private-equity groups seek a new way to cash out of their shipping stakes.