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
Euronav’s future hangs in the balance ahead of shareholder showdown
After the chaos of an abandoned merger with Frontline and a bruising shareholder scrap with the Saverys family, Euronav chief Hugo De Stoop claims to have found serenity and is optimistic the tanker giant will finally be able to move on after this week’s executive board vote
UK lawmakers call for greater clarity on maritime strategy
UK politicians call for investment in new technology, cleaner fuels and workforce training
Over 100 falsely flagged ships are trading in plain sight
The problem of falsely flagged ships linked to fraudulent registries is not new, but it is growing and governments have struggled to tackle the risk of ships operating entirely outside of international scrutiny
UN spends $55m on ageing Euronav VLCC to avert environmental disaster
UN Development Programme secures Euronav VLCC for $55m as part of a plan to offload an estimated one million barrels of oil from the decaying FSO Safer and prevent a looming environmental disaster
Liberian registry founder Yoram Cohen dies
Yoram Cohen established the blueprint for the modern open register and grew LISCR to the point that it is now poised to overtake Panama and make Liberia the world’s largest flag
FuelEU details hang in the balance as negotiations enter final stretch
Final negotiations over the detail of fuel requirements included in the text of the EU’s flagship package to catalyse the use of sustainable and scalable fuels in shipping could now stretch later into this year if a compromise is not found imminently