|14 June 2007|
|18:41||seaMarket review, week 24|
The VLCC market showed positive signs with increasing numbers obtainable for d/hull MEG/West due to limited positions end June.
|8 June 2007|
|17:03||seaMarket review, week 23|
The VLCC market remained soft and under downward rate pressure on most routes.
|25 May 2007|
|11:50||seaMarket review, week 21|
Things were fairly uneventful in the VLCC market during the last week, and owners will need more activity if the market is to remain firm.
|17 May 2007|
|17:30||seaMarket review, week 20|
The MEG VLCC market saw only modest activity but rates as expected gained further strength.
|4 May 2007|
|13:31||seaMarket review, week 18|
In spite of the May Day holidays celebrated in many countries, double hull VLCCs gained ground and tonnage availability tightened.
|26 April 2007|
|15:03||seaMarket review, week 17|
The VLCC market in the MEG enjoyed steady demand for tonnage during the last week.
|5 April 2007|
|16:47||seaMarket review, week 14|
There continued to be no significant change in mood of the MEG VLCC market, and the persisting situation of limited fresh inquiry, few new fixtures and a steady increase in the size of the tonnage list can only result in a further erosion of rates if nothing changes.
|1 March 2007|
|15:34||seaMarket review, week 9|
The VLCC market gathered strength as a substantial backlog of cargoes finally had to be placed on the market which resulted in rates moving upwards.
|9 February 2007|
|11:49||seaMarket review, week 6|
It was yet another uneventful week in the VLCC market in which there was the same low level of activity we saw last week.
|18 January 2007|
|15:00||seaMarket review, week 3|
Rates for VLCC's in the MEG increased further the past week as there was a limited amount of Double hull tonnage awailable for cargoes in play and the rates are presently at ws 82,50 for far East and ws 57,50 for western destinations.
|11 January 2007|
|14:40||seaMarket review, week 2|
The VLCC market picked up speed as charterers returned to the market after the holidays.
|9 January 2007|
|14:35||seaSuezmaxes Gain from Black Sea Congestion|
Tankers heralding the New Year with more than a few charterers and owners nursing hangovers, it is perhaps unsurprising there was little suezmax activity on the Atlantic.
|14 December 2006|
|14:43||seaFreight market review, week 50|
The VLCC market in the MEG continued to be flat, and in spite of a good degree of activity, only slight corrections were noted.
|30 November 2006|
|14:28||seaMarket Review, week 48|
The last week transpired without affording VLCC owners any measure of hope for a turnaround in today's meagre rate levels.
|9 November 2006|
|14:39||seaMarket review, week 45|
It was yet another week with a lot of activity in the MEG VLCC market, but owners continued to be disappointed by their inability to make significant rate gains.
|26 October 2006|
|11:34||seaMarket Review, week 43|
It was steady but slow going for VLCCs in the MEG, and owners have been unable to make any significant headway on rates due to the fact that good tonnage availability still strongly favors charterers.
|13 October 2006|
|11:17||seaMarket Review, Week 41|
As expected, the soft trend in the VLCC market continued unabated this week.
|5 October 2006|
|17:29||seaMarket Review, Week 40|
Rates being paid in the VLCC market basis MEG loading dropped sharply due to limited activity combined with plentiful of available tonnage.
|28 September 2006|
|12:29||seaMarket Review, Week 39|
The VLCC market stabilized during last week.
|21 September 2006|
|11:03||seaMarket Review, Week 38|
Backed by steady demand in the VLCC market owners managed to turn rates in their favour.