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Daily Briefing July 1 2022

Ship finance: Falling cost scorches alternative lenders | Regulation: Countdown to the CII | LNG: Winter of content ahead for traders as global energy crunch drives profits

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Analysis and Comment

INTERVIEW

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Emanuele Grimaldi sets out his stall

‘The world is changing, and shipping must change with it,’ says Emanuele Grimaldi, managing director of the Grimaldi Group, who took over as chair of the International Chamber of Shipping this week. He joins the podcast to discuss his agenda, seafarers, decarbonisation and why he is confident that shipping will remain a force for good on the international stage

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Half-Year Outlook 2022

The war in Ukraine, China lockdowns, supply-chain disruptions, and the risk of so-called ‘stagflation’ mean recession for many countries will be hard to avoid. The consequences are not yet playing out in the shipping sectors reviewed in this outlook report, but even in containers where rates remain high and cash is still flowing, executives are already planning for the post-pandemic party hangover.
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FREE TO READ Russia's impact on financial market
Russia adds compound interest to shipping’s challenges

The accumulation of disruption and supply chain shocks are transforming global trade as governments and businesses look to exchange efficiency for security

MOL Car Carrier’s 60,000 gt Felicity Ace suffered a serious fire off the Azores in February 2022, while laden with 4,000 new Volkswagen-Audi Group cars
Marine insurance: more stable P&I rates, more expensive H&M

The International Group is about to shrink from 13 members to 12, with mixed predictions on the impact on shipowners; but can another renewal round characterised by stiff rate hikes be avoided?

A cargo ship carrying imported iron ore berths on a quay at the Port of Nantong city, east China's Jiangsu province
Dry bulk: Growing demand risks unlikely to upend strong rates
Slowing fleet growth is expected to support dry bulk rates, even as demand concerns emerge due to inflationary pressures globally 
FREE TO READ Falling finance rates concept
Ship finance: Falling cost scorches ‘alternative’ lenders

With many shipowners making more money than they can remember, and banks willing to cut margins to keep the business, it’s a buyer’s market and likely to remain so while good markets last

 

 

 

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Future of Shipping: Expert Focus Videos

As part of our Future of Shipping programme industry leaders and sector experts map the path to a sustainable and profitable future.

 

 

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Audio

The Shipping Podcast

From left: Samantha Bramley, Prashant Widge, Ginger Garte and Andrew Stephens
The Lloyd's List Podcast: Closing the loop on shipping's circular economy

Shipping has focused on fuels as the one factor it can control in the push to decarbonise, but the creation of a truly sustainable industry will require a more holistic ‘lifecycle’ approach. The concept of a circular economy requiring us to reduce, reuse, refurbish and recycle should be a sustainability slam dunk, but it requires cross-sectoral collaboration, global regulation and business model innovation — all challenges this industry has traditionally struggled to overcome. So how do we close the loop on the circular economy for shipping?

INTERVIEW Emanuele Grimaldi
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Emanuele Grimaldi sets out his stall

‘The world is changing, and shipping must change with it,’ says Emanuele Grimaldi, managing director of the Grimaldi Group, who took over as chair of the International Chamber of Shipping this week. He joins the podcast to discuss his agenda, seafarers, decarbonisation and why he is confident that shipping will remain a force for good on the international stage

FREE TO READ From left: John Butler, World Shipping Council President & CEO, and Daniel Maffei, Federal Maritime Commission chairman
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why does Biden want to punch shipping CEOs?

US president claims to be ‘viscerally angry’ about the container linesthat he blames for inflation, soaring freight rates, supply chain congestion and much in between. The political theatre of the Ocean Shipping Reform Act was on show in the US this week, but to help explain what it really means for shipping this week’s Lloyd’s List Podcast features two people who really know what’s going on: Federal Maritime Commissioner chairman Daniel Maffei and World Shipping Council chief executive John Butler

Posidonia Podcast. Top, Nigel Lowry. Below, Declan Bush
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The key takeaways from Posidonia 2022

The Lloyd’s List team have been out and about in Athens this week selflessly digesting canapés, gossip and debate to bring you the comprehensive view of a week at Posidonia in under 23 minutes

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