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Inmarsat to be sold for $3.4bn

Inmarsat is seen as being well-positioned for growth based on its unique global infrastructure, leading technological and capacity roadmap and strong spectrum holdings

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Daily Briefing March 25 2019

Polish register defies US sanctions to class Iranian tankers | Marine can ‘return to forefront’ at Lloyd’s | London marine business already hurt by Brexit, IUMI says | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Has the green agenda overtaken safety?

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Inmarsat to be sold for $3.4bn
RCL, APL re-jig services to meet changing intra-Asia demand dynamics
SITC rides better freight rates to improved profits in 2018
IMO 2020 brings cheer to product tanker market
OOIL cautiously optimistic about 2019
No peak for fossil fuel until 2035: Wood Mackenzie
Viking Sky reaches port in Norway after harrowing helicopter rescues
Pangaea links improved results to niche dry bulk strategy
Pyxis eyes IMO 2020 silver lining for product tankers
London marine business already hurt by Brexit, IUMI says
Fearnley Securities names Halvorsen as chief executive
Elba Island LNG project faces delay
Polish register defies US sanctions to class Iranian tankers
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Has the green agenda overtaken safety?
FIS sees hedging opportunities from new grains route
Havyard reveals accounting ‘deviations'
How important are shifting VLCC trade flows?
Power plays at Southeast Asian LNG terminals
PSA volumes rise as net profit slides
Marine can ‘return to forefront’ at Lloyd’s, says Neal
Strong leadership is a company’s best cyber protection
Hapag-Lloyd sees positive growth in 2019
Marine Insurance London conference: Less is more
GE to develop hydrogen fuel cells for cruiseships
Maersk to trial biofuel on Triple-E voyage

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Has the green agenda overtaken safety?

The shipping industry needs to take a more holistic view when looking to improve safety, environmental performance and operational efficiency. So says DNVGL’s maritime chief executive Knut Orbeck-Nilssen, who believes that the environmental agenda has overtaken safety concerns. Joining Lloyd’s List this week, Mr Orbeck-Nilssen and DNVGL’s environment director, Eirik Nyhus, discuss why better-informed decisions are needed why greater consideration should be given to scientific and technical evidence when it comes to global and national regulation.

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Viewpoint: Facing green consequences

The perfect storm of environmental red tape engulfing the shipping industry looks likely to prove the maxim that the road to hell is paved with good intentions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Significance of leadership

Better leadership would help to cultivate the triumvirate of improvements in safety, environmental performance and the arrival of new technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Impact of Korean shipbuilding merger

The marriage between South Korea’s two largest shipbuilders might not be able to push up the newbuilding price for liquefied natural gas carriers by much



 



 

 

 

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No peak for fossil fuel until 2035: Wood Mackenzie

Coal will take the hardest hit, with major consuming countries, such as China, switching to cleaner fuels while the petrochemical industry, which is driving oil consumption is also seeing slowing demand

Azura
GE to develop hydrogen fuel cells for cruiseships

GE is linking up with fuel cell specialist Nedstack to power zero-emission passenger ships, with a long-term eye on replacing traditional diesel engines with fuel cells, and heavy fuel oil with hydrogen

The 18,340 teu Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller
Maersk to trial biofuel on Triple-E voyage

The Danish container shipping giant has teamed up with Dutch shippers to investigate the viability of biofuels on a Rotterdam-Shanghai round trip voyage

Hyundai Merchant Marine containership
HMM launches $136m scrubber fund

New $136m fund will allow for retrofitting of exhaust-cleaning equipment on 19 vessels and new systems on newbuilding fleet

 

Sanctions

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Polish register defies US sanctions to class Iranian tankers

Polish class society takes in US-sanctioned NITC tankers, arguing that political goals should not compromise maritime safety and environmental protection

Iran oil exports on the rise as national tanker fleet reflags

The revival in Iranian oil shipments in February coincides with 36 National Iranian Tanker Co tankers switching their flag registry to Iran from Panama over the past six weeks

Ship-to-ship transfers obscure Venezuelan oil trades

Venezuelan crude exports are now down to 350,000 barrels a day, according to latest Lloyd’s List Intelligence data

Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro
Caribbean aframax market suffers from lack of Venezuelan cargoes

India could be willing to cut all imports of Venezuelan crude to satisfy US sanctions in return for further waivers on importing Iranian crude

 

Cyber

Market Commentary

Strong leadership is a company’s best cyber protection
Ports sector failing to take cyber security seriously
Viewpoint: Future imperfect

 

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Has the green agenda overtaken safety?

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

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Looking beyond Brexit with the new head of the UK’s MCA

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

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Consolidation, costs and how to capitalise on shipping’s talent

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

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Our outlook from the US

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead. The first episode in this trio, which covers Euope, can be listened to here. The second episode, which covers Asia, can be listened to here

 

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Webinar: Future fuels

The Future fuels webinar, discover the 'big unknows' around the sulphur cap and how to avoid future fuel risk.

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The Intelligence

DOWN BUT NOT OUT:

Why New York is still the key to shipping's capital conundrum

The Intelligence HP Stream Company News

The Interview: John C Hadjipateras
John Hadjipateras, the chief executive of New York-listed Dorian LPG and the Connecticut Maritime Association’s 2019 Commodore, talks about Scorpio’s orders, BW’s bid, LPG’s potential, and the power of the positive surprise
VLCC deck view
US Gulf-Asia VLCCs drive global tanker patterns
Some 89 tankers called in January 2019, more than double the 40 tankers that called back in the corresponding month three years ago, according to Lloyd’s List Intelligence data
Xi Jinping and Donald Trump
Trump’s tariffs create uncertainty in US west coast ports

The latest throughput figures on the US west coast show that the surge to beat tariffs may have peaked and will soon turn into a decline, especially if the current 10% tariffs are increased to 25%

New law tackles division of authority between US regulators

Recent consolidations in the industry do not amount to enough concentration to justify greater antitrust concerns, according to FMC acting chairman Michael Khouri

 

 

Lloyd's List Containers

2019

Troubled waters or calm seas? 

 

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RCL, APL re-jig services to meet changing intra-Asia demand dynamics

Hong Kong, meanwhile, loses yet another call as RCL is dropping the declining transshipment hub from its RCB service in favour of Nansha

SITC Qingdao
SITC rides better freight rates to improved profits in 2018
SITC cited China-US trade disputes, the slowdown in world economic growth and intensified competition from capacity expansion as having an impact on the market
OOIL cautiously optimistic about 2019

Company has been meeting interested buyers and expects to conclude LBCT sale within the coming months, without giving specific dates

PSA volumes rise as net profit slides

Chairman warns that the outlook for 2019 remains challenging amid a weakening world economy and prevailing protectionist sentiment

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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