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Adrian Brown

Adrian Brown

Contributing Columnist

Adrian Brown is senior market analyst for chemicals and base oils with SIMPSON, SPENCE & YOUNG (SSY) Shipbrokers, London.

Information about SSY can be found at www.ssyonline.com. Adrian Brown, in the U.K., can be reached at fix@ssychems.com or by phone at +44 1207-507507.

In the London office SSY’s Panos Giannoulis can be reached at fix@ssychems.com or +44 20 7977 7538 and in Singapore Jordi Maymi can be reached at +65 6854 7127.

 

 

Recent Articles

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

U.S. markets are still reasonably active for the time of year. European coastal markets have picked up after a slow start to the month, and August space has tightened out in Asia too. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

The U.S. Gulf is not showing any serious signs of a summer recess so far. Europe has got off to a slow start to August, while in Asia market conditions are no better than before, but nor have they deteriorated further. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

The U.S. Gulf is not showing any serious signs of a summer recess so far. Europe has got off to a slow start to August, while in Asia market conditions are no better than before, but nor have they deteriorated further. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

U.S. markets are still reasonably active for the time of year. European coastal markets have picked up after a slow start to the month, and August space has tightened out in Asia too. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

The U.S. Gulf is not showing any serious signs of a summer recess so far. Europe has got off to a slow start to August, while in Asia market conditions are no better than before, but nor have they deteriorated further. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

The U.S. market is not overtly strong, yet vessels are quietly fixed away and at rates that are not especially competitive. The European coastal market is making steady progress, but deep-sea is slow. Asian markets are rather slow all around. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

The U.S. market is not overtly strong, yet vessels are quietly fixed away and at rates that are not especially competitive. The European coastal market is making steady progress, but deep-sea is slow. Asian markets are rather slow all around. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

There have not been any particular developments in the U.S. markets. Europe is similar, if perhaps a touch quieter than previously. Asia too is gently ticking over. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

The U.S. market is not overtly strong, yet vessels are quietly fixed away and at rates that are not especially competitive. The European coastal market is making steady progress, but deep-sea is slow. Asian markets are rather slow all around. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

There have not been any particular developments in the U.S. markets. Europe is similar, if perhaps a touch quieter than previously. Asia too is gently ticking over. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

U.S. markets look fairly robust for the rest of July. Europe also seems as though it will get through the next couple of weeks without too much difficulty. Asia is not exactly busy, but owners are finding cargoes and there are clearly fewer prompt positions than before. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

There have not been any particular developments in the U.S. markets. Europe is similar, if perhaps a touch quieter than previously. Asia too is gently ticking over. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

U.S. markets look fairly robust for the rest of July. Europe also seems as though it will get through the next couple of weeks without too much difficulty. Asia is not exactly busy, but owners are finding cargoes and there are clearly fewer prompt positions than before. –by Adrian Brown

SSY Base Oil Shipping Report

U.S. markets look fairly robust for the rest of July. Europe also seems as though it will get through the next couple of weeks without too much difficulty. Asia is not exactly busy, but owners are finding cargoes and there are clearly fewer prompt positions than before. –by Adrian Brown