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.

As a decision nears on how the Baltic Exchange will handle IMO 2020 and index changes loom, some of the largest participants in the freight derivatives market are crying foul.

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Shipping stockholders have long been characterised as innocent victims of self-dealing management. That view may be overly simplistic.
Stock photo of the Wall Street street sign in New York
Scorpio Tankers raised USD300 million in fresh capital through an equity sale. Does it matter that USD100 million was bought by related party Scorpio Bulkers?
CFS Panavera
Ownership of CFS, the top independent feeder operator in the Caribbean Basin, has just changed hands, but it will be ‘business as usual’ for its carrier customers.
Some in shipping focus on getting cargo from point A to B, while others are all about buying ships low and selling them high. Each side needs the other.
SeaLand Americas boss Craig Mygatt speaks to Fairplay about the rationale for the recent branding change, current market conditions, and future challenges.
LNG carrier
LNG carriers are securing spot rates of about USD100,000/day and may enjoy an extended period of high returns, even beyond the coming winter season.
US equity investors have correctly realised that they can make far higher returns by putting their money to work in industries other than shipping.
Panama’s MIT
Caribbean transhipment terminals already have spare capacity and a raft of new projects is set to provide carriers with even more options.  
Angeliki Frangou
Following GoodBulk’s failure in June, Navios Containers has given up on its IPO strategy and instead will seek a New York ticker symbol via a direct listing.
A Hamburg Süd vessel calls in Cartagena
All eyes in the Caribbean and Latin America are on the integration of Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd, now expected in 2019 after a stumble out the gate with a suspended service earlier this year.