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Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore group president Matthieu de Tugny talks to Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade about why class societies have a critical role to play in ensuring shipping remains safe and reliable as we look to rapidly adopt new technologies, new fuels and new cargoes
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Company not planning to order any alternative dual-fuel vessels soon, says chief financial officer
Piracy attacks are at a 30-year low according to the latest figures, but have the pirates really hung up their Kalashnikovs, or is this a statistical anomaly, rebranding or just more opaque reporting? This week’s podcast investigates what really lies behind the lack of piracy headlines and the real security risks still out there for shipping
The long-term consequences of the geopolitical, energy and economic shocks of 2022 are hard to foresee — but for shipping, there is at least the possibility of a more optimistic reading of the runes Click here to view the full report
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