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Daily Briefing May 23 2019

Box port growth forecasts set lower over trade war | Saudi Aramco agrees LNG deal with Sempra | US Midwest exports hampered by weather, tariffs and disease

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Latest Articles

Pyxis eyes upturn for product tanker sector
Trafigura supports slow-steaming
Zim sees losses amid global trade uncertainties
Gard loss jumps to $90m after big cut in deferred call
Saudi Aramco agrees LNG deal with Sempra
BW LPG arranges $458m loan
Golden Ocean refinances debt amid losses
Box port growth forecasts set lower over trade war
K Line cuts management pay amid heavy losses
ATI will set up barge terminals in Cavite, Cebu
Pacific Radiance wins PSV non-delivery case against Shanghai Waigaoqiao
Petronas completes world’s first FLNG relocation
US Midwest exports hampered by weather, tariffs and disease
TOTE to manage construction of MARAD's new vessel
From the Newsdesk: Revolutionary ideas, trade woes and a debt dilemma
Golar spins off LNG carrier business to focus on FLNG
Hamburg Commercial Bank still seeking industry deals, head of shipping insists
Contaminated Urals cargoes stranded in Europe head for Asia
PSA leads DCT Gdansk acquisition
IMO does not have time on its side
Fincantieri reconsiders UK support vessels decision
Box shipping faces more than one elephant in the room
Trade war seen as significant as emission cuts and digitalisation push
Setback for British Colombia tanker ban legislation
Trade war dims charter market sentiment

 

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Live from Global Liner Shipping

Container shipping guru’s Lars Jensen and Alan Murphy joins Lloyd’s List’s Linton Nightingale to discuss the fallout from this year’s conference in Hamburg, where the sulphur cap, liner reliability and standardisation were high on the agenda  

 

 

 

Special Reports

Singapore Maritime Week

All the news and comment coming out of Asia’s flagship shipping event in Singapore

In Focus - Smart Ports

Lloyd’s List explores the so-called ‘Smart Port’ concept, one that is rapidly evolving as ports embrace the digitised world

US Shipping: Pillars of Power

This special report considers the four pillars of US shipping power - from Wall Street to Washington, and the West Coast to the US Gulf - asking what factors are driving maritime decisions

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Analysis and Comment

 

 

Hot Topics

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dry bulk carrier loading
Trafigura supports slow-steaming

Trafigura is supportive of implementation of a slow steaming policy within 18 months

Boxship taking on bunkers
Box shipping faces more than one elephant in the room

As the box shipping sector prepares for the impact of IMO 2020, it must also look further down the road at the challenges it faces in the years ahead

Greek flag on ferry
Greek owners hail ‘significant progress’ on sulphur cap issues

The Union of Greek Shipowners praises MEPC 74 decisions ‘giving precedence to safety and environmental protection’

TechnipFMC will build Arctic LNG 2

The three-train, 19.8m tonnes per annum Arctic LNG 2 project is giving projects in the US and Australia a run for their money  

 

Sanctions

Hot Topic one stream Company News

Andrea Victory
Marine insurers extend Middle East war risk regions after tanker attacks

Shipowners are reportedly reviewing security arrangements for Fujairah and the Strait of Hormuz

VLCC deck view
Time to step back from Tanker War Two

Important details are missing from our account of the Saudi tanker attacks, but shipping should now be on guard against politically charged security threats

Iranian oil refinery, Tehran
Iran’s crude production to tumble to 30-year low, says IEA

For May, early tracking shows loadings plunging to around 475,000 barrels per day, but the final destinations are not yet known, says the IEA

Damage on the tanker Andrea Victory
Shipping security tightens as investigations probe Iran links to tanker attacks

Photographs emerge confirming initial reports that little damage was done to the four vessels

 

Cyber

Market Commentary

From the News Desk: IMO MEPC 74 isn’t the only show in town
From the News Desk: Businesses are also a cyber risk
Maritime cyber-crime under the spotlight

 

Audio

The Shipping Podcast

Podcast Company News

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Global Liner Shipping conference

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: Clean shipping, dirty tankers and blue ocean hot air

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Time for shipping to engage in ocean sustainability

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: Here’s how we decarbonise shipping

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The Intelligence

Ideas to revolutionise shipping

Why the industry requires immediate innovation and urgent action to navigate its way from digitalisation to decarbonisation

The Intelligence HP Stream Company News

Waiting for the great leap forward
The shipping industry requires immediate innovation and urgent action to navigate its way from digitalisation to decarbonisation
How to create value beyond the vessel

Circling disrupters are already cherry-picking lucrative models from an increasingly digitised shipping industry, seeking to monetise the data from operations rather than the cargo or the vessels themselves

How to innovate in shipping

If the predicted ‘Uberisation’ of shipping comes to pass, shipowners who have not managed to adjust their business models from today may well end up being the Uber driver of the scenario

How to decarbonise shipping

Sidestepping the political hurdles in favour of setting out a pragmatic roadmap, what does a decarbonisation plan look like for shipping?

 

 

Lloyd's List Containers

Smart Ports

Taking technology beyond the terminal 

 

Containers magazine HP stream Company News

Zim Jamaica
Zim sees losses amid global trade uncertainties

The Israeli carrier suffers $24.3m net loss in the first quarter of 2019

Felixstowe
Box port growth forecasts set lower over trade war

Carriers have already started to pull capacity next month ahead of an expected drop in transpacific demand

K Line funnel
K Line cuts management pay amid heavy losses

The saving measure came after the company lost $1bn in the 2018 fiscal year and vowed to recover its profitability

ATI will set up barge terminals in Cavite, Cebu

Top Philippines port player launched the country’s first barge terminal, the Cavite Gateway Terminal, in November 2018

Back on track

Linton Nightingale

 

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

Port data

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The figures behind the rankings. Compare and contrast different ports across multiple years

Interactive rankings

 

View the interactive grid setting out the risers and fallers across the one hundred ports

 

 



 

 

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