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Greg Miller

Senior Maritime Reporter

New York

Greg Miller is a senior maritime reporter for Lloyd’s List, based in New York. He is an award-winning journalist who has covered ocean shipping for the past two decades – five years for FreightWaves and American Shipper, and 15 years for Fairplay. He has extensive knowledge of container, crude, products, dry bulk, LNG and LPG markets, as well as shipping finance, regulation and technology.

Prior to his work for Fairplay, he served as senior editor of Cruise Industry News in New York for seven years, and editor in chief of the Virgin Islands Business Journal in St. Thomas for five years. He is a graduate of Cornell University, where he was a columnist for the Cornell Daily Sun.

Latest From Greg Miller

Container shipping’s relentless newbuild deluge is yet to reach its halfway mark

Container lines dodged a bullet this year courtesy of the Red Sea crisis, but the orderbook remains extremely ominous. Eventually, the supply upside of Cape of Good Hope reroutings will be overwhelmed by the flood of new ship deliveries

Containers Shipbuilding

Summertime blues come early for VLCCs as spot rates sink

There was only one VLCC newbuilding for delivery this year, and it hit the water back in January — the supply side is great. Not so on the demand side. VLCC rates have already entered the summer doldrums

Red Sea Risk Tankers and Gas

Shipping stocks suffer ‘brutal’ pullback in June after long bull run

Shipowner shares have been hit this month by weaker VLCCs rates, expectations for lower interest rates, and speculation on an Israel-Hamas ceasefire and eventual reopening of the Red Sea

Containers Finance

Ship finance: Debt margins drop as owners slash leverage

It does not make sense to have both high spot exposure and high financial leverage in a highly cyclical business like shipping. Owners of bulk commodity ships have finally gravitated to a low-leverage model that affords more sustainable break-evens on a through-cycle basis

Mid-Year outlook Finance

How one small US exporter navigated four years of global disruptions

Greenfield’s forest-products exports touch all the bases when it comes to today’s disruptions. In an in-depth interview with Lloyd’s List, Greenfield execs share their views on how Red Sea attacks, the Panama drought and the Baltimore accident have affected their business

Containers Political Risk and Trade

Dry bulk: Panama upside to fall, Guinea upside to rise

Supply chains for dry bulk shipping have been lengthened by weather and geopolitics. At least some of that tonne-mile upside could unwind during the second half, as Panama ramps up canal transits. On the demand side, China remains the big wild card

Mid-Year outlook Dry Bulk
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