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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s hydrogen future

CMB’s chief executive Alexander Saverys believes that hydrogen offers shipping’s best bet to reach a zero-carbon future and he is investing heavily to that end. But even he concedes that things are moving too slowly, and greater collaboration and partnerships will be required before the technological challenges can be overcome. He joins Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade on this week’s podcast to discuss the industry’s green investment conundrum and why a collective effort is going to be required to hit the industry’s 2050 emissions goals

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Daily Briefing August 19 2019

Iranian tanker leaves Gibraltar after US legal move is rejected | Seized UK tanker likely 'spoofed' by Iran | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s hydrogen future | Maritime Cities: Building the connected cluster

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s hydrogen future

CMB’s chief executive Alexander Saverys believes that hydrogen offers shipping’s best bet to reach a zero carbon future and he is investing heavily to that end. But even he concedes that things are moving too slowly, and greater collaboration and partnerships will be required before the technological challenges can be overcome. He joins Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade on this week’s podcast to discuss the industry’s green investment conundrum and why a collective effort is going to be required to hit the industry’s 2050 emissions goals. 

 

 

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Robust volume growth across China, backed by other strong regional performances, beefed up global throughput figures in 2018. However, it wasn’t all plain sailing for the elite box facilities

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The figures behind the rankings. Compare and contrast different ports across multiple years

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View the interactive grid setting out the risers and fallers across the one hundred ports

 

 



 

 

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One Hundred Ports 2019

Welcome to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List One Hundred Ports, tallying up the annual container throughput figures of the world’s elite port facilities.

The Entrepreneurs

Why shipping needs to get better at matching good ideas with smart mone

Ideas to revolutionise shipping

Why the industry requires immediate innovation and urgent action to navigate its way from digitalisation to decarbonisation

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Stena chief seeks diplomatic support as concerns grow for 23 detained crew

Stena Bulk chief executive Erik Hanell has spent the past month trying every possible avenue open to secure the release of Stena Impero’s 23 crew being held in Iran. He talks to Lloyd’s List about the diplomacy under way, known and unknown, as concern grows for the welfare of the men who have been confined to their vessel for 26 days at the centre of an international diplomatic stand-off

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s hydrogen future

CMB’s chief executive Alexander Saverys believes that hydrogen offers shipping’s best bet to reach a zero-carbon future and he is investing heavily to that end. But even he concedes that things are moving too slowly, and greater collaboration and partnerships will be required before the technological challenges can be overcome. He joins Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade on this week’s podcast to discuss the industry’s green investment conundrum and why a collective effort is going to be required to hit the industry’s 2050 emissions goals

Sinanju seals two-year LNG-fuelled bunker tanker charter with Exxonmobil

The group will focus on building competencies in handling liquefied natural gas and will work towards bunker deliveries

Marinvest eyes methanol as viable alternative

High uncertainty of availability of high sulphur fuel oil at ports around the world after the IMO global sulphur cap kicks in is a cause for concern while distillate prices are also expected to spike after the January 1, 2020 deadline

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Neste introduces IMO-compliant low-sulphur fuel

The Finnish refiner will begin supplying the residual marine fuel oil 0.5% fuel during the fourth quarter of 2019

 

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Iranian tanker leaves Gibraltar after US legal move is rejected

The Grace 1, which weighed anchor at 2200 hrs BST, has been renamed the Adrian Dayra 1 for its voyage, and reflagged to Iran.  The destination is unknown

Gulf is `too dangerous' for private armed guards on ships

‘Using private armed guards against state actors like the IRGC would be catastrophic, escalating any situation out of control, and resulting in danger for crew, ship and cargo. It would also cause significant consequential reputational damage for shipping companies and flag States,’ Peter Cook argues

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Seized UK tanker likely ‘spoofed’ by Iran

Analysis of AIS data by Lloyd’s List Intelligence shows for the first time that Stena Impero fitted the pattern for a spoofing attack when it was seized by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps on July 19

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Gibraltar orders release of Iranian tanker
UPDATED: Court rules that Grace 1 tanker seized last month is free to leave, however no movement on detention of Stena Impero detained in Iran. UK Foreign Office says: There is no comparison or linkage between Iran’s illegal seizure of, and attacks on, commercial shipping and the enforcement of EU Syria sanctions by the Government of Gibraltar. "Freedom of navigation for commercial shipping must be respected and international law upheld".

 

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Podcast Alexander Saverys
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s hydrogen future

CMB’s chief executive Alexander Saverys believes that hydrogen offers shipping’s best bet to reach a zero-carbon future and he is investing heavily to that end. But even he concedes that things are moving too slowly, and greater collaboration and partnerships will be required before the technological challenges can be overcome. He joins Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade on this week’s podcast to discuss the industry’s green investment conundrum and why a collective effort is going to be required to hit the industry’s 2050 emissions goals

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s pensions pot

We are talking pensions on this week’s podcast with Roy Murphy, who is chair of two maritime industry pension schemes, the MNOPF and the Ensign Retirement Plan. But not before we’ve also given you an early heads up on our ‘Transparency in Shipping’ forum coming up at London International Shipping Week (Sign up: Lloydslist.com/Londonforum).

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Dire straits for shipping

On this week’s podcast we’re taking another look at the latest developments for shipping in the Strait of Hormuz and examining Lloyd’s List’s latest analysis of the Top 100 box ports. British tankers may no longer subject to price discrimination on war risk insurance for trips to the Gulf, provided they are under naval escort when transiting the Strait of Hormuz, but that suggests a level of stability in the region that doesn’t yet exist. Despite the increasingly undiplomatic diplomacy, shipping still looks to be caught in the middle of a macro turf war with few good options left open

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why the bulk bull run could last to 2021

Dry bulk spot markets are verging upon the strongest levels witnessed in a decade, while capesize bulker earnings have soared to the highest level in 14 years. But how long can this last? Joining the Lloyd’s List podcast this week to discuss the outlook for dry bulk markets is John Michael Radziwill, the chairman and chief executive at C Transport Maritime. He thinks this is a market that could last for the next 18-24 months. ‘You’ve been waiting for this and this is your time,’ he tells fellow dry bulk owners. ‘Grab every cent out of every cargo. And whatever you do — don’t order any newbuilds’

The Intelligence

Shipping's start-up revolution takes off

Why helping entrepreneurs match good ideas with smart money could rescue the industry

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From the News Desk: Will diplomacy rule the waves as British Navy starts Hormuz escorts?

Highlights from the Lloyd’s List News Desk this week include: all the latest analysis on events in the Strait of Hormuz, our rundown of the Top 100 Container Ports, a detailed look at the roaring dry bulk market and why the IMO is thawing to the idea of more transparency about how it works

The Entrepreneurs
Most start-up businesses are doomed to fail, but the process of collaborating, innovating and ingesting new ideas and companies into the fragmented and conservative shipping industry should be considered less a risky investment and more an essential strategy for survival, Richard Meade reports
Boxship taking on bunkers
Ship operators face fuel compatibility questions

Fuel quality testing alone may not be enough to prevent engine damage from mixed blends

Can banking’s Poseidon adventure rewrite the script for shipping’s decarbonisation disaster?

By incorporating clean shipping criteria into ship finance covenants, banks have produced a tool to demonstrate that shipping’s key stakeholders are acting responsibly, but they come with likely consequences, winners and losers

 

 

 

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Søren Skou: Transforming Maersk

 

 

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Panalpina container
DSV near to closing Panalpina deal

Full integration of the two companies is expected to take two to three years

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Large lines should think about asset-sharing

The use of platforms to provide specialised services could allow carriers to focus on their core strengths

Maersk chief executive Søren Skou
Maersk chief says trade war threatens global growth

Consumer spending and changing trade patterns are protecting Maersk from the full impact of the trade war, but recession threats loom

Jiangsu Yangzijiang Shipbuilding
DBS backs Yangzijiang despite sell-off

DBS analyst Pei Hwa Ho argues Yangzijiang’s share plunge appears ‘overdone’, considering the company’s solid fundamentals

 

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