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The key to unlocking the maritime transparency treasure chest is access to comprehensive data. What do you do if parts of the data key are removed or locked away?
The Beirut port explosion, storage of hazardous goods, and the pandemic impact on seafarers’ health and rights exposes wider issues about regulatory weaknesses, accountability and the need for transparency in the shipping industry
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic will have a profound impact on the viability of several shipping companies. In the first six months of 2020, the Lloyd’s List Intelligence Credit Risk team downgraded guidance for at least 20% of companies globally.
Building a picture of fleet risk and vessel behaviour is important not only to the insurance industry and underwriters, but also to legislators, charterers, shippers, traders and the trade finance community
Fluctuations in bunker prices can be the make or break of a shipping company or refinery’s operating profit — and, ultimately, viability
Sebastian Villyn discusses scrubbers and sanctions in the first of our new regular analyses provided by the team of experts at Lloyd’s List Intelligence on the issues shaping shipping