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The Interview: Dimitris Fafalios

Intercargo’s new chairman lays out the dry cargo association’s approach to 2020
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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Breaking down the silos

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Daily Briefing January 18 2019

Maersk said to be close to sale of Hamburg Süd’s bulker and tanker unit | Spotlight falls on cargo inaccuracies after spate of incidents | Exclusive interview with Dimitris Fafalios | IBM announces new blockchain initiatives

Daily Briefing

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Algoma funds bulker deal with newbuilding cancellation refund
US market fears tariff pinch
The Interview: Dimitris Fafalios
US shippers voice anger at new street turn fees
Polish port tops BIMCO’s dry bulk terminal vetting report
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Breaking down the silos
Gap between potential and reality for LNG
CMA CGM unites shortsea operations under single brand
OOIL poised to order 23,000 teu LNG-ready sextet
North P&I wins post-Brexit approval to trade in Irish Republic
China’s purchases of US crude fell on trade war jitters
Indonesia to break through with its second mini LNG
First cargo of US LPG shipped to China in six months
Qingdao Port joins blockchain consortium GSBN
Spotlight on cargo inaccuracies after spate of incidents
Maersk said to be close to sale of Hamburg Süd’s dry bulk and tanker unit
Ocean Alliance extended to 2027
Greece hails continued growth of maritime industry
France activates ports plan for ‘hard’ Brexit
Cosco and PSA add berths in Singapore
Sembcorp Marine readies technical kit for green shipping needs
Viewpoint: Pirates’ progress
Antwerp terminal verdict highlights complexities of EU law
Fears of an LNG bunkering demand spike pre-2020 could be misplaced
Fleet Management and ABS partner on marine cyber security

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Breaking down the silos

On this week’s podcast we are joining the dots between the new technology that promises ever greater collaboration and efficiency, and the practical problem of how to break down the silos of a traditional industry. Joining Lloyd’s List editor to debate the issues are the esteemed economist Martin Stopford, BMT’s Richard Westgarth, DNVGL’s Magnus Lande and Silje Barekseten from Nor-Shipping.

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A year on, have Sanchi lessons been learned?

A spate of fires on vessels ahead of the first anniversary of the disaster calls into question whether safety has taken a backseat in an industry focused on environment deadlines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Better late than never when it comes to container shipping

For every year between 2012 and 2018, the average delay for late arrivals remained stubbornly between three and four days, according to data. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Viewpoint: Just in case

Whether Britain ends up with no-deal or Theresa May’s version of Brexit, it is perfectly obvious that the country’s ports and ships can handle whatever they have to.  



   

Mind the Cap: How to avoid future fuel risk is an in-depth report on IMO 2020. Inside you will find unique Lloyd’s List Intelligence scenario modelling of low-sulphur fuel solutions, insight into legal and insured risk and the cost of compliance.

Download a sample brochure with contents page, executive summary and data snapshot on our new e-commerce store.


 

 

 

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Focusing on what matters to the market, understanding the forces that are shaping the industry

 

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The Interview: Dimitris Fafalios
Intercargo’s new chairman lays out the dry cargo association’s approach to 2020
Fears of an LNG bunkering demand spike pre-2020 could be misplaced

Installing LNG propulsion during the construction of a new vessel is far cheaper than retrofitting an existing vessel, the study finds

Fuel testing promises positive 2020 fuel quality but compatibility issues remain

Industry testing on ultra-low sulphur fuels about to enter the market suggests promising consistency when it comes to quality

Future Fuels: Chevron and Occidental invest in CO2 removal technology

Chevron and Occidental are throwing their weight behind Carbon Engineering, which captures carbon dioxide to use in fuels


 

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Iranian crude exports slump below 1m bpd mark

Tehran is likely to seeks ways to circumvent the restrictions causing the fall in exports

IRISL vessels drive up idle containership fleet

Three of IRISL’s 14,508 teu newbuilds have joined the idle pool, with the remaining fourth vessel set to join them imminently

Iran threatens to shut the Strait of Hormuz

Iranian President has also pledged that the United States would not be able to prevent Iran from exporting its crude

US indicts two Iranians for cyber attacks on national infrastructure

Faramarz Shahi Savandi and Mohammad Mehdi Shah Mansouri allegedly launched cyber attacks using malware known as SamSam to lock data on computers, then demanded payment in bitcoin to unlock the data

 

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Safety at sea is still a risk for shipping industry
US indicts two Iranians for cyber attacks on national infrastructure

 

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The persistent problem of piracy

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Outlook for 2019

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Webinar: The future of ship management

However, the past decade has probably seen the greatest challenges, and the next decade will test ship managers more than ever.
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Cyber risk:

Time to exit sleep mode

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2020 sulphur cap enters final stretch

The next few months could prove to be the most consequential for the sulphur cap’s implementation

Mark Milford, vice-president of cyber security at Wärtsilä
Learn from the past, then adapt to the future

The International Maritime Cyber Centre of Excellence in Singapore is envisaged to be a cyber service solution for the shipping industry

Needed: Innovation for cyber risk cover

Lack of claims data makes pricing difficult, while marine insurers debate the pros and cons of institute cyber attack exclusion clause 380

Maritime wakes up to cyber security threat

A study published by the GMF, Marsh and IUMI concluded cyber attacks and data theft remain as maritime’s Achilles’ heel

 

 

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The Pacific paradox

Is the trade war finally about to hit transpacific carriers?

 

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US market fears tariff pinch

Retailers, shippers and carriers are on tenterhooks as the 90-day trade truce reaches its climax

US shippers voice anger at new street turn fees

Shippers report that fees have been introduced by three lines and that they fear other shipping lines will join them in introducing fees

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CMA CGM unites shortsea operations under single brand

CMA CGM seeks to provide a single entry point for European shortsea and logistics operation under its recently acquired Containerships brand

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OOIL poised to order 23,000 teu LNG-ready sextet

The orders, if they materialise, will send OOIL’s 20,000-teu class fleet to 12 units, enough to allow the company to independently form a loop on Asia-Europe trade

Back on track

Linton Nightingale

 

Strong growth returns to the upper echelons of the container port premier league, with China leading the way

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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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