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Clock ticking to secure shipping’s global carbon solution

Trafigura’s new proposal to impose up to a $300 levy per tonne of CO2-equivalent on shipping fuel to boost the growth of low and zero-carbon fuels is an aggressive tactic, but the devil is in the detail and time is running out

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Daily Briefing September 25 2020

Free to read: Crunch time for shipping’s green finance credentials | Banks warn against shutting out shipping from green financing | UK can lead shipping’s green recovery with the right support

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Clock ticking to secure shipping’s global carbon solution

Trafigura’s new proposal to impose up to a $300 levy per tonne of CO2-equivalent on shipping fuel to boost the growth of low and zero-carbon fuels is an aggressive tactic, but the devil is in the detail and time is running out

International Dry Bulk

Freight futures suggest muted fourth-quarter tanker rally

Forward freight agreements are not only an indicator of current sentiment but used by oil companies, traders and shipowners to hedge the future price of freight for shipping crude and refined products

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Marine insurance offers security in a changing world

Insurance is not an optional purchase for shipowners, because adequate cover is a precondition of being able to trade at most of the world’s ports. But even if things were otherwise, few would willingly forego it

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Two weeks of IUMI in under 15 minutes

The International Union of Marine Insurance offers an essential snapshot of maritime risk every year via its globe-trotting annual get together, but for obvious reasons this year was a virtual event over two weeks. We offer a condensed canter through the key takeaways courtesy of IUMI’s secretary general Lars Lange

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Carbon capture could cut decarbonisation costs by 50%, says study

Carbon capture and storage, used in industries such as cement production or energy, is a new concept in the shipping industry that may help to drive down emissions. However, it could take time as development is only at the conceptual stage

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The week in charts: Floating storage unwinds further; tanker scrappage low

The volume of crude and clean products in floating storage around the world has dipped in the past week, according to the latest Lloyd’s List Intelligence data, while tanker demolition could be on course for a three-decade low in 2020

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Sustainability goes digital

This week Johannah Christensen of the Global Maritime Forum gives us insight into how one of the industry's leading actors in the decarbonisation space sees the efforts made elsewhere in the business, and what it hopes to tackle during its most important meeting of the year next month

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Crunch time for shipping’s green finance credentials

Shipping’s biggest lenders are due to open up their portfolios to disclose decarbonisation trajectories, while criteria for green shipping bonds will soon emerge

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Shipping’s road to decarbonisation faces familiar obstacles

A broader mobilisation towards a lower-carbon future will require political backing — and that means stronger decarbonisation commitments in the near future

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Favoured future marine fuel faces scaling-up challenges

The build of ammonia-fuelled ships must ramp up significantly if net carbon-zero emissions targets are to be met; however, accelerating the development of this preferred decarbonisation option to make it commercially viable is no mean feat

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Container carriers collaborate over carbon concerns

Container lines are bringing together unique combinations of companies to help solve the conundrum of how to decarbonise shipping

 

 

 


 




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The Shipping Podcast

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Two weeks of IUMI in under 15 minutes

The International Union of Marine Insurance offers an essential snapshot of maritime risk every year via its globe-trotting annual get together, but for obvious reasons this year was a virtual event over two weeks. We offer a condensed canter through the key takeaways courtesy of IUMI’s secretary general Lars Lange


Johannah Christensen, Managing Director, Head of Projects and Programmes, Global Maritime Forum
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Sustainability goes digital

This week Johannah Christensen of the Global Maritime Forum gives us insight into how one of the industry's leading actors in the decarbonisation space sees the efforts made elsewhere in the business, and what it hopes to tackle during its most important meeting of the year next month

From left: Maria Skipper Schwenn, David Osler, Janet Porter
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping stuck in the middle of Europe’s migrant crisis

The shipping industry is once again urging governments to live up to their moral and legal obligations as the political stand-off that has seen a Maersk tanker carrying 27 rescued migrants, unable to call in any port, moves into its sixth week. On the podcast this week we talk to Danish Shipping’s Maria Skipper Schwenn about the growing frustration within the industry and review the latest developments with two of Lloyd’s List’s journalists following the story, Janet Porter and David Osler

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The road to decarbonisation

Listen to the first of three special edition podcasts produced in association with DNV GL examining the tectonic shift shaping shipping's future: decarbonisation, alternative fuels and digitalisation

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Asia Outlook: Lloyd’s List analysts predict a turbulent recovery

Lloyd’s List ‘Ask the Analysts’ webinar is available on demand, featuring access to our Lloyd’s List Intelligence macro outlook data presentation

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