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  • Should Libyan oil supply stop, aframax rates would probably reverse their gains, said Ben Goggin, head of tanker derivatives at SSY Futures Ltd., a unit of the second-largest shipbroker.

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  • Rental income from aframax tankers, capable of carrying about 600,000 barrels of oil, jumped to $49,123 a day yesterday, from $2,511 on Feb. 14, data from the Baltic Exchange in London show.

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  • Average aframax earnings had jumped to nearly $50,000 30,330.60 pounds a day in early March when fighting prompted a scramble by buyers to get cargoes out of Libya.

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  • Average aframax earnings had jumped to nearly $50,000 30,330.60 pounds a day in early March when fighting prompted a scramble by buyers to get cargoes out of Libya.

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  • Libyan cargoes typically move on smaller aframax vessels, Jakob of Petromatrix said.

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  • Teekay's web site shows aframax tanker rates sliding from $40,000/day at the start of 2009 to well below $10,000/day.

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  • TEN's remaining newbuilding program includes one DNA-aframax crude carrier of 105,000 dwt and two suezmaxes of

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  • This chart on Teekay's web site shows aframax tanker rates sliding from $40,000/day at the start of 2009 to well below $10,000/day.

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  • Teekay's web site shows aframax tanker rates sliding from $40,000/day at the start of 2009 to well below $10,000/day.

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  • "From a panamax size ship to an aframax, which means that it's about another 10 metres wide and several metres deeper," he said.

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  • An Aframax ship is a tanker smaller than 120,000 metric tons deadweight (DWT) and with a beam above 32.31 meters. They are employed in the Black Sea, China Sea, Carribean and the Mediterranean.

    August 28, 2009

  • These -max ship classes and terms need to show up on reesetee's nautical/maritime lists...

    August 29, 2009