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Richard Meade

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Richard Meade is the Editor of Lloyd’s List.

He is an award-winning journalist and has been writing and talking about all aspects of the maritime industry and global trade for the past twenty years.

As Editor he is responsible for navigating The List’s subscribers through the volatile politics, policy, deals and market movements that make up nearly 90% of global trade.

He is also the host of the popular Lloyd’s List Shipping Podcast and a regular industry speaker and media commentator on all things shipping.

He joined Lloyd’s List in 2006 as News Editor after jumping ship from the weekly maritime magazine Fairplay and prior to that started his career at the Financial Times.

Latest From Richard Meade

Shipping needs a 45% cut in emissions by 2030

The maritime industry must take immediate collective decarbonisation action on an unprecedented scale in order to align with the Paris 1.5°C trajectory, argues the latest study from the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping

International Sustainability

Frontline pushes ahead with Euronav ‘combination’ as standoff looms

John Fredriksen will ask Frontline shareholders to approve a $100m share capital increase and the planned move from Bermuda to Cyprus on December 20. Assuming he gets the green light, that just leaves the likely very expensive solution of Saverys opposition to a full merger to deal with

Frontline Tankers and Gas

Shipping needs to align with 1.5 degrees, not the IMO, argues new report

As governments prepare for the first of two pivotal climate meetings inside the International Maritime Organization, a progressive alliance of industry influencers are pushing the industry to align with the scientifically backed 1.5°C targets of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate, not the politically variable decisions of the IMO

International Sustainability

Saverys family raises Euronav stake to 24%

Having built up a near 24% stake in Euronav, the Saverys’ shareholding continues to present a problem for Euronav’s plan to complete a full merger, which would require 75% of shareholders to agree

Tankers and Gas Finance

EU and G7 states seek to resolve P&I stand-off with Türkiye

P&I Clubs argue that meeting Turkish requirements on insurance cover would land them in breach of sanction regulations

Turkey Insurance

Why waiting for progress at IMO is a very risky strategy

COP27 may have tipped the balance inside the IMO courtesy of its ‘loss and damage’ agreement, but the question of funding poorer countries for the energy transition is only part of the policy problem that still needs to be unlocked by the IMO’s forthcoming revision of its climate strategy

Sustainability Energy
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