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US East Coast Correspondent
Mark Fuechec is Lloyd’s List’s Boston-based US east coast correspondent. He contributes to Lloyd’s List’s coverage of daily developments across a number of shipping industry beats with a focus on the east coast and US Gulf.
Prior to joining Lloyd’s List, Mark has covered the news out of the Boston area and the energy industry in emerging markets.
Mark received his undergraduate degree in political science from Texas State University and a masters degree in international relations from Bogazici University in Istanbul.
Mark has also published academic work on economic reform in the Middle East Gulf.
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Latest From Mark Fuechec
Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline project raises Polish energy security concerns. The pipeline would bypass Poland and Ukraine to connect with Germany, leaving Russia freer to exploit the countries’ energy dependence
The group of creditors calls for an extensive investigation into Mercuria’s ‘undue control’ and ‘bad faith conduct’, which they say prevented the negotiation of a restructuring plan with Aegean’s debtors
Japan remains the largest LNG importer but it is China and other developing Asian markets that see their share of trade increase substantially, reaching 45% of trade volumes by 2023
The outlook remains positive for MR tonne-mile demand, said the company’s chief executive, who cited oil consumption growth, refinery expansions, vessel supply outlook and heightened demand from next year’s marine fuel switch
Total may also acquire an equity interest in the Energía Costa Azul LNG development on Mexico’s west coast, which would have a significant shipping cost advantage to Asia
The non-governmental organisation operating the Aquarius has flag requests pending with many European states