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Top regulators find no evidence of price collusion by box lines as shippers demand answers

The Washington agency responsible for regulating the US ocean shipping trades has told container lines to explain and justify their congestion surcharges as chairman Daniel Maffei says carriers may be following the letter of the law, but not necessarily the spirit of it, and are not always behaving like good corporate citizens

United States Containers

Daily Briefing September 17 2021

EU calls for global fuel emissions standard by 2025 | Ports likely to struggle with future fuel needs | London Shipping Week Podcast: Shipping’s image problem

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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.

 

Analysis and Comment

Letter: Industry collaboration on decarbonisation needs IMO support

World Shipping Council president and chief executive John Butler responds to a recent Lloyd’s List article on shipping’s future fuels prospects

Energy Environment

Asian ship financers must pay heed to sustainable finance

The equivocation of Asian lenders regarding sustainability-linked ship finance is understandable. It takes time to digest the new rules designed by foreign experts in a foreign language based on foreign ideas

Asia Pacific Finance

Little relief in sight for equipment shortages

There is no shortage of physical container equipment in the market. But delays in returning boxes to origination destinations are sucking up capacity

International Containers

London Shipping Week Podcast: Shipping’s image problem

In the latest edition of this special bonus run of podcasts for London International Shipping Week, we are looking at why shipping is telling the wrong story. How can the industry build a better reputation, and who should be responsible for reframing the conversation? Those are the questions on the table today at LISW so we are offering you an exclusive early insight into one of the key debates of the week

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast LISW

Weekly Briefing: Box shipping dodges bullet | Capesizes weather typhoon | Rising oil demand fails to lift tankers

The closure of Shanghai and Ningbo fortunately proved short-lived for the box sector still reeling from supply chain disruption, while a typhoon led to the shutdown of China’s two largest port complexes, helping to drive capesize rates through the roof due to vessel delays

International Containers

London Shipping Week Daily Podcast: Flagging UK Maritime’s next steps

In the latest edition of this special bonus run of podcasts for London International Shipping Week, we are joined by Katy Ware, director of UK Maritime Services and the Maritime & Coastguard Agency and permanent representative of the UK to the IMO. She discusses the current status of the UK Ship Register, post Brexit direction and the challenges for British shipping, dealing with decarbonisation as a solo nation and her goals before next London Shipping Week

United Kingdom Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast

All hail the smart shipping revolution

Welcome to the era of hyper-connectivity, which will divide the industry between the brave and the timid

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Special Report: North America

Lloyd’s List special reports take a deep dive into the issues that matter. With in-depth reporting from our team of experts from across the globe offering an insight into the opportunities and threats driving the industry agenda. Subscribers can access and download the latest report by clicking here.

US emissions policy remains unclear
Apart from an overarching goal to get international shipping to zero emissions in 2050, US intentions for emissions policy remain a mystery
US seeks to regulate its way out of the container crisis

US exporters are furious at being unable to ship their goods by container. However, a reform of shipping regulations will not fix chronic congestion and infrastructure shortfalls

Biden’s political landscape carries a sense of déjà vu

In the run-up to the 2022 elections for Congress, many of Mr Biden’s policies are ― and will be ― geared to the needs and interests of workers, as well as the domestic maritime industry

Sanctions under Biden: still inconsistent, still ambiguous, still in place

Two and a half years after the US imposed sanctions on Iran and Venezuela’s oil and shipping sectors, implementation remains both haphazard and ineffectual

 

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The Shipping Podcast

London Shipping Week Podcast: Shipping’s image problem

In the latest edition of this special bonus run of podcasts for London International Shipping Week, we are looking at why shipping is telling the wrong story. How can the industry build a better reputation, and who should be responsible for reframing the conversation? Those are the questions on the table today at LISW so we are offering you an exclusive early insight into one of the key debates of the week

Katy Ware
London Shipping Week Daily Podcast: Flagging UK Maritime’s next steps

In the latest edition of this special bonus run of podcasts for London International Shipping Week, we are joined by Katy Ware, director of UK Maritime Services and the Maritime & Coastguard Agency and permanent representative of the UK to the IMO. She discusses the current status of the UK Ship Register, post Brexit direction and the challenges for British shipping, dealing with decarbonisation as a solo nation and her goals before next London Shipping Week

Bob Sanguinetti
London Shipping Week Daily Podcast: Brexit and the future of UK shipping

The second edition of our special London International Shipping Week daily podcast features outgoing UK Chamber of Shipping chief executive Bob Sanguinetti on the state of British shipping, Brexit, cyclical government support for shipping and the vexed question of decarbonising the global supply chain

From left: Paddy Rodgers (formerly of Euronav , now director of the Maritime Museum) and Julian Clark from Ince
London Shipping Week Daily Podcast: The unsung heroes of shipping

In the first of our special London International Shipping Week daily editions of the Lloyd’s List Podcast we talk to Paddy Rodgers from the National Maritime Museum and Julian Clark from Ince, two of the driving forces behind a special awards ceremony celebrating the Unsung Heroes of shipping

Webinars

Webinar: How to decarbonise shipping

Shipping heavyweights DNV, Wärtsilä and Maersk joined Lloyd’s List to discuss the industry’s decarbonisation trajectory, the role of regulation and the contentious issue of whether LNG is a viable option for the sector. Registration to sign up for our next webinar ‘How to innovate in shipping’ is now open

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