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Industry viewpoint: Bob Sanguinetti, UK Chamber of Shipping

The Chancellor of the Exchequer must consider what impact a continued slowdown in trade coming from China, and the unstable situation in the Middle East, will have on the UK economy, says UK Chamber of Shipping chief executive Bob Sanguinetti

United Kingdom Coronavirus Ports and Logistics

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Qatar brings a fresh perspective for the Gulf

Qatar’s Hamad port with its next-generation terminals and free zone form the foundation of a maritime cluster that draws on best practice elsewhere. It’s rare for such expertise to be gathered in a new location and, as our podcast speakers show, the future for the Qatar cluster is exciting.

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UK Club hails ‘strong’ renewal despite tonnage outflux

‘Historically, people would have looked at a renewal and called it strong if there was an increase in tonnage. But to my mind, a strong renewal is a renewal that leaves a club in a stronger position,’ says Andrew Taylor

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Daily Briefing March 2 2020

Free to read: Coronavirus casts shadow across dry bulk market | UK Club hails ‘strong’ renewal despite tonnage outflux | IMO urged to consider market-based measures for emissions | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Qatar brings a fresh perspective for the Middle East Gulf 

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IMO urged to consider market-based measures for emissions

The UK suggests emissions levies, taxes or trading systems could be crucial in helping industry meet International Maritime Organization targets

Industry viewpoint: Bob Sanguinetti, UK Chamber of Shipping

The Chancellor of the Exchequer must consider what impact a continued slowdown in trade coming from China, and the unstable situation in the Middle East, will have on the UK economy, says UK Chamber of Shipping chief executive Bob Sanguinetti

Sulphur cap cost pass-through critical to carrier finances

Lines are likely to face calls for greater transparency in surcharges as cost to shippers rise

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Qatar brings a fresh perspective for the Gulf

Qatar’s Hamad port with its next-generation terminals and free zone form the foundation of a maritime cluster that draws on best practice elsewhere. It’s rare for such expertise to be gathered in a new location and, as our podcast speakers show, the future for the Qatar cluster is exciting.

Is it time to question the economics of US LNG exports?

The US Energy Information Administration said it expects monthly natural gas production to decline from last year’s record levels, as lower natural gas prices reduce incentives 

Open for business: Shipping’s transparency revolution

The colour chart of opaque business practice in shipping comes in an endless range of hues, but a combination of security, financial and regulatory forces have systematically hoisted the industry’s corporate veil and are forcing the industry’s hand into becoming more transparent and accountable

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The Interview: Claes Berglund

Claes Berglund took over as president of the European Community Shipowners’ Associations last October. His in-tray includes the aftermath of Brexit, concerns about the pace of emissions reduction, and gender equality. The key is to keep talking, he tells Lloyd’s List

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Between the lines: Cargo owners feel impact of coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak and continued closure of various manufacturing entities has taken a significant bite out of container shipping demand in Asia

Shipping comes to terms with its future

The shipping industry knows EU rules on emissions are coming. Soon enough, those parts of the industry that think the EU is acting a misguidedly draconian fashion by failing to secure global co-operation will be forced to turn their focus on what those rules will look like

The mental strain of working at sea

Stress, anxiety and depression can be all too common among those who spend a long time at sea, away from family and friends; but there is help available

Managing the transition from sea to shore

Seafarers are trained in technical skills when on board ship, while management looks for soft skills. Moving from one to the other appears much less structured than the industry would like

 

 

 

The Lloyd's List Podcast

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Qatar brings a fresh perspective for the Gulf

With Qatar’s National Vision 2030 clearly in mind, this Maritime and Logistics Summit looked beyond liquefied natural gas to a diversified maritime cluster. The new Hamad port with its next-generation terminals and free zone form the foundation of a maritime cluster that draws on best practice elsewhere. This Summit heard from speakers from major Qatar and foreign companies and associations. It’s rare for such expertise to be gathered in a new location and, as our podcast speakers show, the future for the Qatar cluster is exciting.

 

 

 

Special Reports

One Hundred People 2019

Lloyd’s List annual ranking of the most influential people in the shipping industry

Outlook 2020

Lloyd’s List gives a crystal ball look into what the year has in store for shipping

In focus: Greece & Cyprus

This special report combines reports on Greece and Cyprus at landmark moments for both shipping communities

 

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why the EU won’t wait for IMO on climate change

We have a climate emergency, we can’t wait for the IMO, claims Jutta Paulus, the European Parliament’s maritime emissions rapporteur. This week’s Podcast catches up with the controversial MEP in Brussels to discuss her sweeping proposal. It would effectively force ships to operate under an emissions cap and trade system, increase their carbon intensity performance and contribute to a European maritime decarbonisation fund. “If you wait for consensus, you’ll never get anywhere,'' she says. ``We need ambitious influencers.”

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: From freeports to carbon-free shipping

The European Parliament wants shipping put under the EU’s emissions cap and trade system and it’s not clear the industry has yet clocked the full implications of this latest political salvo. Meanwhile, in the UK, the government plan to create up to 10 freeports to ‘turbocharge’ trade in the wake of Britain leaving the European Union is raising political questions. We’re joined by the British Ports Association and the UK Major Ports Group to dissect what it means for the industry

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping infected by coronavirus

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Does shipping have a gas problem?

LNG may not be the silver bullet to shipping’s decarbonisation dilemma, but there plenty of owners betting serious money that it offers a safe bet on the path to a greener future. Joining Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade and markets editor Michelle Wiese Bockmann is, Bryan Comer, a senior researcher at the International Council on Clean Transportation and one of the authors of  a report challenging the received wisdom that LNG provides a 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and might actually be more environmentally damaging than conventional fuel options.

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