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Daily Briefing June 22 2018

Return of ship financiers comes at a price | Bullish bulker owners unfazed by trade wars | IMO 2020 to benefit product tankers | Exclusive Interview with Anselm Gehling

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Daily Briefing June 21 2018

Chinese lessors face fierce European challenges  | Japan’s tax investors to provide more ship finance | Global sulphur cap is a revolution whose time has come | Paris MOU listing sheds light on alleged ‘discrimination’

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Daily Briefing June 20 2018

Ecoships back in fashion as bunker costs rise | Cexim becomes world’s largest shipping lender | Container carriers drive consolidation, says Seaspan’s Chen | Moody’s sees stable outlook for global shipping

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Daily Briefing June 19 2018

GoodBulk pulls IPO trigger | All eyes on OPEC as Marine Money kicks off | Shipbroking market ‘ripe for restructuring’ | Kjelsrud’s departure linked to Nordea shipping unit decision | Box majors will struggle to break even this year | Lloyd’s List Asia Pacific Awards

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Daily Briefing June 18 2018

IMO reform push attracts heavyweight support | Swedish Club's underwriting calls praised | The Lloyd's List Podcast: the migrant crisis | Lloyd’s List Asia Pacific Awards 2018 — enter now

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Daily Briefing June 15 2018

Political forces curb tanker trades with Iran again | The Lloyd’s List Interview: Arjun Batra | ‘Political monster’ casualties more expensive because of unlimited liability | Brussels calls for input on consortia block exemption

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Daily Briefing June 14 2018

Carrier reliability: A day late and a dollar short | Maersk and MSC plan more speed cuts in punctuality drive | Face-off over sulphur cap is turning ugly | Indian upstart’s path towards digitalisation | Lloyd’s List names 2018 Tom Leander Fellow

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Daily Briefing June 13 2018

Petros Pappas orders 22 scrubbers for Star Bulk capesize fleet | ABN Amro commits to shipping | Maersk moves to improve schedule reliability | Politics puts lives at risk in European waters | Rail services launched for time-critical cargoes 

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Daily Briefing June 12 2018

Iraq begins to rebuild tanker fleet with oil export to US | The boxship leader board: It's not just a matter of scale | Shipping requires leadership and vision | The Trump-Kim power play

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Daily Briefing June 11 2018

MSC boxships to slow down as chief executive Aponte reviews operations | Freight rate dumping: It’s yesterday once more | V.Group chief’s transformation for shipmanagement | ‘Don’t shoot the shipping industry’ over emissions, urge Greeks | That was the week that was

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Daily Briefing June 8 2018

MSC’s Diego Aponte warns of price dumping risks | Expect regional fuel crunch and spiking prices | Japan puts WTO action over South Korea ‘yard doping’ on hold | Scrubber window of opportunity closing | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Live from Posidonia  

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Daily Briefing June 7 2018

EU looks to Greek owners to push climate change agenda | Time for Posidonia to speak truth to power | Container shipping: The shape of things to come | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Live from Posidonia

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Daily Briefing June 6 2018

Italian shipowners are not ‘zombies’ | No good deed goes unpunished for Aegean Marine activists | Rising cost of money is good news for shipping | More carriers move to avoid Iran sanctions | The Lloyd's List Podcast: Live from Posidonia

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Daily Briefing June 5 2018

Posidonia hears owners decry overbearing emissions regulation | Prokopoiou takes to the stage to denounce scrubbers | Capesize risk divides opinion among shipowners | Container lines accused of using fuel surcharges to prop up falling rates

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Daily Briefing June 4 2018

Lloyd’s List sets the Posidonia agenda | Iran sanctions start to bite | Will Seaspan become Energyspan? | Why is shipping still ambivalent about new technology?

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Daily Briefing June 1 2018

Special investigation: Why flag states are failing to meet casualty reporting rules | ‘QuItaly’ impact on Italian shipping | Alibaba to invest $16bn in smart logistics | Fairfax ups the ante on Seaspan to $1bn

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Daily Briefing May 31 2018

Australia calls for IMO review | Taking control of the 2020 sulphur cap: Owners’ views | Markets have evolved, says Euroseas’ Aristides Pittas | Inchcape: The price of innocence

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Daily Briefing May 30 2018

Inchcape settles marathon ‘overcharging’ case in the US | BW LPG launches all-share bid for Dorian | Zech looks to100% control of newly merged heavylift giant | ‘Autonomous’ does not necessarily mean ‘unmanned’ | Greeks set sail for top spot in LNG sector

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Daily Briefing May 29 2018

Zeaborn and Intermarine agree joint venture | Greeks set sail for top spot in LNG sector | Strike action brings Brazil's ports to standstill | Lloyd's List Weekly Podcast

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Daily Briefing May 28 2018

Rusal-induced supply chain shake-up put on hold | Greek shipping facing ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure | Lloyd’s List Weekly Podcast

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Daily Briefing May 25 2018

Inmarsat says IMO safety decision ‘does not change landscape’ | Inmarsat's loss is a political win for the US | Exclusive interview with Yntze Buitenwerf | Lloyd’s List 2018 Americas Awards | Viewpoint: Gradations of autonomy

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Daily Briefing May 24 2018

Container shipping faces $10bn hit from rising fuel costs | New dangers ahead for LNG sector | Shippers advised to lock in sea freight rates | Lloyd's List 2018 Americas Awards winners

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Daily Briefing May 23 2018

Supreme Court clarifies maritime insurance risk | ClearOcean Tankers launched with eye on further growth | The Lloyd’s List Podcast | Scrubber leasing: a game for trading houses? | BofA bullish on everything except crude tankers

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Daily Briefing May 22 2018

Marine will remain core line at merged SSL Endeavour | The Lloyd’s List Podcast | Container shipping sector shrugs off sanctions | ICS says ‘time running out’ on ‘chaotic’ sulphur cap

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Daily Briefing May 21 2018

Pricier fuel: look on the bright side | Fujiwara foresees a revolution ahead for class | IMO looks at autonomous shipping | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The week ahead

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Daily Briefing May 18 2018

Songa’s Billung says merger with Star Bulk is not ‘an exit’ | China sets the pace for flag-state accident reporting | Total’s threat clouds long-term tanker prospects for Iranian exports | Weaker global economic environment impacts Maersk

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Daily Briefing May 17 2018

Box freight rate could rise by 30% on low-sulphur requirements | Iran sanctions are return to 2016, P&I specialist warns | MSC halts Iran services as sanctions bite | Collaboration needed for IMO to address challenges

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Daily Briefing May 16 2018

US sanctions put spotlight on NITC | Iran trade implications unclear, say forwarders | Medium-size boxships facing extinction | Blockchain is ‘a money-burning disaster’

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Daily Briefing May 15 2018

US ethane and ethylene trades require another 100 ships | Capesize earnings at highest in almost five months | Smart shipping requires smart regulation and smart people | EEA is no cure for Britain’s Brexit blues

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Daily Briefing May 14 2018

Exclusive interview with Gordon Downes | Looming US sanctions weigh on Tehran newbuilding plan | What’s behind Japanese shipbuilder co-operation?| Lloyd’s List’s latest podcast

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Daily Briefing May 11 2018

DVB sell-off scuppered by toxic shipping debt |Port industry urged to look beyond containerisation|Malaysia's election result puts flagship BRI project at risk |Teflon sanctions on Tehran could make a chump of Trump

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Daily Briefing May 10 2018

Freight markets can survive US sanctions | Iranian shipping and energy firms facing new sanctions | HSH Nordbank to be selective over shipping business

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Daily Briefing May 9 2018

Tanker owners may benefit from trade spat | Shippers urged to prepare now for US-China tariffs | Trade tensions: more bark than bite for bulker owners? 

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Daily Briefing May 8 2018

China-US trade tensions: more bark than bite for bulker owners? | Libor ramps up finance cost at Chinese state shipowners | Indonesia postpones plan to allow only domestic firms to ship coal exports | Why dry bulk market needs to be cautious | Lloyd’s List new podcast

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Daily Briefing May 7 2018

Pipelines to China threaten crude tankers | UPS: growing market will benefit carriers and forwarders | Marine insurance's ‘tough soft market’ has ended | Lloyd's List new podcast | New regulations impact is key issue for shipping

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Daily Briefing May 4 2018

Exclusive interview with Bronson Hsieh | China's ban on scrap ships is heavy blow to shipbreakers | Ocean mapping project seeks commercial vessel operators | Death and rebirth at NAT

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Daily Briefing May 3 2018

Aegean board moves end shareholder litigation | Norden eyes bulker sales and further tanker buys | Is the Baltic set for another go at container FFAs? | Trade war risks fragile container recovery

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Daily Briefing May 2 2018

HSH Nordbank to offload toxic shipping debt at discount | US-Asia LNG shipments set to rise | Maersk Tankers orders six newbuilds | European box trade facing bumper year

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Daily Briefing May 1 2018

Feedership shortage forecast for 2020 | Global annual fleet growth seen at 0.7% to 2027 | Atlantic oil dynamics favour suezmaxes and aframaxes | ‘Why I left the maritime industry’

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Daily Briefing April 30 2018

Exclusive interview: Kenneth Lim | Grimaldi orders six hybrid ro-ro vessels | Singapore agreements set digital agenda | Should Sino-US spat be a big shipping concern? | IMO sulphur rules will benefit tankers

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Daily Briefing April 27 2018

Shoei Kisen and Costamare in line for Yang Ming contract | Bank's ship lending capped by EU | Shipping needs more regulation, not less | Cargill calls out box lines on capacity misalignment

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Daily Briefing April 26 2018

Hype around blockchain fails to impress | Fix the basics, then digitalise | ONE sets out its digitalisation priorities | Increasing liquidity set to transform LNG market |  Baltic Exchange launches global box freight index

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Daily Briefing April 25 2018

Don’t believe the hype, argues contrary containers outlook | Assets-handling is key to China’s ship leasing | Marine insurance eyes benefits of One Belt, One Road | LNG market to face vessel crunch | Trafigura rejects moving into shipowning

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Daily Briefing April 24 2018

Digital drive will make shipping sexy | Star Bulk deal shows the power of consolidation | Clarksons issues profit warning | Make shipping sexy, not sexist | Containership overcapacity fears over-hyped

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Daily Briefing April 23 2018

Star Bulk agrees deal for 16 modern bulkers | Owners issue warning to Chinese leasing firms | Customers complain of ONE launch chaos | Europe leaves door open for further consolidation | SMW looks to the future of shipping

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Daily Briefing April 20 2018

Exclusive: Interview with Ravi Mehrotra | Five things to watch in Law, Ship Finance, Regulation, and Marine Insurance | Change at the top of Cruise Lines International Association | The women who move the world

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Daily Briefing April 19 2018

Sinokor linked to feederships in wake of Vroon shake-up | New ship finance vehicle aims to meet needs of smaller owners | Mehrotra unveils six-VLCC masterplan | Cracking the glass ceiling

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Daily Briefing April 18 2018

Wang sees surplus capacity as biggest threat to container shipping | Nigeria’s 30-ship tanker fleet project faces challenges | World-class officers underpin maritime credentials | Product carriers seen as big winners of new IMO rules

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Daily Briefing April 17 2018

Exclusive Interview with Ren Yuanlin | IMO greenhouse gas strategy offers short-term fix | Greeks say access to clean fuels is key to IMO deal success | Can Japan convince competitors to cut shipbuilding subsidies?

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Daily Briefing April 16 2018

Shipping’s climate strategy is set – now the hard work begins | Renewal and bargain hunting drive tanker newbuilding interest | Young is beautiful for crude tankers| Why counter-intuitive boxship ordering makes sense | Exclusive interview with Hapag Lloyd veteran

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Daily Briefing April 13 2018

Get ready to cut 50% emissions from shipping by 2050 | Anti-money laundering rules killing one in eight shipping deals | Japan targets ageing Asean fleet | Idle boxship fleet grows ahead of expected demand surge

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Daily Briefing April 12 2018

ONE hit by booking system problems | Shipping staring at 50% emissions cut by 2050 | HFO ban in the Arctic gains regulatory traction | Djibouti fires back at DP World | Trade war's impact on carriers

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Daily Briefing April 11 2018

Forward Maritime linked to 20 LNG-powered kamsarmaxes deal | HMM orders 20 containerships | EU piles pressure on IMO climate talks | Venezuela’s crypto drive hampers tanker operations | Driving profitability through workplace diversity

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Daily Briefing April 10 2018

Four questions for shipping’s decarbonisation strategy | Decarbonisation negotiations drag on | Searching for the elements of efficiency | Box freight rate volatility increasing

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Daily Briefing April 9 2018

Callimanopulos contemplates comeback trail | South Korean planning ahead | The Interview: Andrew Taylor | The price of going green

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Daily Briefing April 6 2018

What now for gender pay? | Beijing brings trade wars to tankers | Soyabean flows from US at risk from trade spat | Iron ore and minor bulk demand growth to drive up bulker earnings

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Daily Briefing April 5 2018

Tariffs targeting agriculture may shake up bulker trades | Brazilian ocean and hinterland logistics critical as 'soya wars' escalate | Maritime gender pay reports reveal scale of gap | Autonomous shipping newcomer promises nothing fresh

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Daily Briefing April 4 2018

Owners hope sunshine can win the day | Fujian customs moves to ban coal imports | FMC launches detention and demurrage investigation | IMO faces day of reckoning on emissions

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Daily Briefing March 30 2018

Stellar Daisy anniversary: key report still pending | Many reports under IMO code not being submitted | Spotlight on flag states over bulk carrier casualty probes | The Interview: Grahaeme Henderson | Five things to watch: LPG shipping

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Daily Briefing March 29 2018

Alpha Gas agrees LNG carrier order at DSME |  Five things to watch in LNG shipping | Shippers urge caution over trade war threats | Container demand ramps up with strengthened box price

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Daily Briefing March 28 2018

China mulls restoration of coal imports ban | Five things to watch in product tankers | Backstop commitment backfires | Box spot rates faced increasing pressure | Carriers and forwarders chart troubled waters

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Daily Briefing March 27 2018

Five things to watch in crude tankers | Swedish owners following car makers to greener solutions | Charter market sentiment stays strong | Smaller ships return to east-west trades

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Daily Briefing March 26 2018

Five things to watch in dry bulk shipping | Trump’s tariffs threaten shipping demand growth | Ship positioning key for earnings in US-China fallout | Shell unveils LNG strategy for post-2020 bunker world | The Interview: Bill Gallagher

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Daily Briefing March 23 2018

Lawyers and insurers overrule Maersk | Honam blaze ‘highlights importance of cargo insurance’ | European financing is tied to shipping regulations | Encrypted blockchain has potential to attract shipping investors

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Daily Briefing March 22 2018

Greek tanker firm in legal fight after Saudi tanker seizure | Does Li Ka-shing's retirement offer a ports a chance to buy? | Deadlock threatens to undermine Spanish port reforms | China's rising bauxite imports is bullish for bulkers

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Daily Briefing March 21 2018

War risk clauses should cover Venezuela cocaine bust ship, UK Supreme Court told | Should shipping companies be client or shareholder-driven? | Maersk shakes up boardroom roles and LR buys in cyber expertise

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Daily Briefing March 20 2018

Wärtsilä deal brings vision of connected shipping a step closer | APMT broadens customer scope  | Svitzer hack highlights emerging cyber threat

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Daily Briefing March 19 2018

Mass business failures warning over 2020 sulphur deadline | Eyes wide shut on sulphur cap | The Interview: Wang Jianjun | CMA's contrasting visions for maritime

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Daily Briefing March 16 2018

Seatrade scrapping prosecution is a wakeup call for owners everywhere | Italian banks ditch zombie shipping debt | Maersk changes stowage plans after deadly blaze |Why China is an opportunity, not a threat to shipping

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Daily Briefing March 15 2018

North West Shelf Shipping to sell LNG carriers | Seaspan buys out Carlyle JV | Shipping’s future talent must be more adaptable | Nixon plays down shipper concerns over ONE

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Daily Briefing March 14 2018

Call to revise Worldscale system | US a barrier to greenhouse gas debate | Short shelf life for open loop scrubbers? | Global box traffic's strong start to 2018

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Daily Briefing March 13 2018

Shareholders want to block Aegean Marine deal | Sabrina Chao interview | Slowdown for VLCC market? | Small bulkers become hot commodities

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Daily Briefing March 12 2018

SCI's Sharma discusses expansion | AMA Capital exits Lloyd Fonds | Low rates undercut booming transpacific volumes | Reshoring movement raises tonnage questions

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Daily Briefing March 9 2018

Fire prevention in the dock after Maersk Honam | Hopes fade for Maersk crew members | Uncertainty over HSH shipping book | Box shipping down in the dumps

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Daily Briefing March 8 2018

Judge rules on ‘blackmail attempt’ against Clarksons | Shippers warned over greenhouse gas rules  | Little appetite for longer contracts with box lines | Dry bulk recovery can survive tariff threat

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Daily Briefing March 7 2018

Logistics sector faces vertical integration | Export drive urged to balance US trade | CSET's stock market setback casts pall | Containers — small is beautiful

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Daily Briefing March 6 2018

Axa deal to impact biggest hull insurer | Low-sulphur fuel is simplest option | Box carriers consider options | Container shipping in holding pattern

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Daily Briefing March 5 2018

Tariff threat overshadows smaller dry bulkers | Container shipping demand growth hits peak | High litigation costs threaten London's status | Box carriers must differentiate to avoid commoditisation

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Daily Briefing March 2 2018

SevenSeas fund targets bulkers | D’Amico positive despite wider losses | Noble plunges to loss amid rescue talks | Prime Tanker buys HSH Nordbank’s stake in FSL Trust

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Daily Briefing March 1 2018

German ship finance: They think it’s all over | Fujairah won’t follow Singapore on flow meters | States compete in unmanned vessel development | Transpacific braces for flood of capacity

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Daily Briefing February 28 2018

Vessels linked to HSH ‘bad bank’ to stay with taxpayer | Ringing the alarm on Ecdis | Positive outlook ‘not without risks’ | New ULC orders to skew alliance balance

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Daily Briefing February 27 2018

The rebirth of Teekay LNG Partners | Would-be cryptocurrency investors need to beware | Shipping cyclicity and Xi’s pursuit of power | Saudi 'super-hub' rides coattails of economic reform

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Daily Briefing February 26 2018

Sanchi tab to hit P&I | Why it’s time to stop ignoring the Gulf of Guinea threat | Is MSC set to be the big winner from Maersk’s bold but risk strategy?

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Daily Briefing February 23 2018

Seafarers wages to increase 2.5% from 2019 | What does it take to affect real social change?  | Unloved panamax sector sees return to form  | One of world’s largest oil trading hubs turns to blockchain

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Daily Briefing February 22 2018

EU fines shipping companies after cartel probe | China's shale boom threatens LNG shipping | Maersk hedges its future on integration | Dry bulk market seen improving this year

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Daily Briefing February 21 2018

Maersk make the case for integration | A ‘tranquil’ P&I renewal round | Europe is the ‘big loser’ when it comes to clean fuel | BP forecasts LNG trades will double by 2040

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Daily Briefing February 20 2018

P&I renewals: high burn, low churn | Cargill opts for open-loop scrubbers | The Power List 2018: Oil & Gas Shipping | Japan launches salvo against South Korea as yard war looms

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Daily Briefing February 19 2018

Cargill to expand dry bulk and tanker fleets | Consolidation conclusions from Hapag Lloyd | Why boutique box lines are proving their worth in era of mega carriers | Meet the lone democrat in the crumbling Federal Maritime Commission | Venezuela’s deepening crisis

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Daily Briefing February 16 2018

ONE man Nixon reveals one goal, one vision | Blockchain blues: think twice before going crypto | Greek owners go Brussels bashing | Scrapping scrap over ‘fake news’

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Daily Briefing February 15 2018

Shipping steps up its fight against Indonesia’s protectionist rules | Maritime UK demands more pragmatism on EU transition | Box rates fail to reach new year highs | First US VLCC loading signals oil export boom

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Daily Briefing February 14 2018

French oil and gas service provider Bourbon Corporation is taking a heavy loss on the sale of 41 older ships as part of a reorganisation plan that will see it split into three groups

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Daily Briefing February 13, 2018

Picking the most influential figures in dry bulk shipping has never been an easy task, but Lloyd's List has sought to highlight owners with a focus on innovations that outperform the general market

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Daily Briefing February 12 2018

As it seeks industry-leader status, Maersk looks prepared to tackle one of the biggest but rarely-mentioned challenges of all — extortion

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Daily Briefing February 9 2018

DryShips’ move to create a single-focus LPG company in direct competition with Dorian LPG, BW LPG and Avance Gas could help it grow the group’s limited LNG business

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Daily Briefing February 8 2018

Robert Yildirim, who has made no secret of his wish to develop port operations in the US as part of his wider ambition to become a top 10 global terminal operator by 2025, has told Lloyd's List he is he is considering a port investment in Mississippi ‘to create a unique operation in that region’

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Daily Briefing February 7 2018

V.Ships is in advanced talks about a deal that would give the ship management giant majority control of Bernd Kortüm’s Norddeutsche Reederei H Schuldt fleet of 47 vessels, industry sources have told Lloyd’s List

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Daily Briefing February 6 2018

Erck Rickmers tells Lloyd's List that the rationale behind the sale of ER Schiffahrt business to relative Zeaborn Group can be summed up in two words: `size matters'

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Daily Briefing February 5 2018

Independence means ‘we can make decisions very fast’, Pacific International Lines’ managing director SS Teo says in a rare and exclusive interview with Lloyd’s List

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Daily Briefing February 2 2018

Lloyd’s List Containers takes a look at those individuals who we think had the most influence on the industry in 2017, and who are likely to again set the agenda in the coming year

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Daily Briefing February 1 2018

Companies specialising in initial coin offerings are targeting shipping market participants as potential token buyers, but the ever-growing community of crypto speculators — which attracted many institutional investors over the past year — could also provide a lift

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Daily Briefing January 31 2018

Once blocked from developing a container terminal in Long Beach, Cosco is now within grasp of taking control of the most advanced facility in the US through its takeover of OOCL — as long as there are no last-minute objections

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Daily Briefing January 30 2018

CSET has raised the stakes in its ambition for its tanker business, where large newbuilding orders have been placed and considerations for mergers and acquisitions are now officially on the agenda

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Daily Briefing January 29 2018

As China’s foreign policy becomes more assertive, the Belt and Road investment programme has increasingly been used as a geopolitical gambit and it seems the polar annex to this strategy is following in the same direction

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Daily Briefing January 26 2018

Euronav's chief executive says company will focus on maximising value from the planned merger with Gener8 and seek to find synergies in coming quarters

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Daily Briefing January 25 2018

Hamburg shipping interests voice opposition to privatisation of HSH Nordbank, fearing that a fund-manager takeover of the stricken industry lender could mean far tougher loan enforcement

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Daily Briefing January 24 2018

The decision by CMA CGM to go with LNG for vessels that will be traded on long-haul between Asia and Europe is significant not just for the world’s third-largest liner company, but also for the LNG supply sector

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Daily Briefing January 23 2018

If there's one rather obvious flaw in Denmark's new plan for growth in the maritime sector, it’s that the vision is somewhat limited to maritime

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Daily Briefing January 22 2018

A rare spot market cargo underlines how global trading in liquefied natural gas is changing rapidly

 

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Daily Briefing January 19 2018

Container shipping is facing further upheaval as three long-established carriers cleared the final hurdle to start their new joint venture line, Ocean Network Express, later this year 

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Daily Briefing January 18 2018

Rolls-Royce is considering selling off most of its struggling marine business as part of a wider restructuring of the company from five to three core units

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Daily Briefing January 17 2018

Maersk teaming up with IBM to develop blockchain-based products sees the software platform poised to hit the mainstream in the maritime sector

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Daily Briefing January 16 2018

Companies are leaving it late to book space in repair yards for their ships to be adapted to comply with mandatory requirements from 2020

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Daily Briefing January 15 2018

Cosco revealed to have been a rival to Euronav in Gener8 deal, but speculation is rife that interest in a deal remains

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Daily Briefing January 12 2018

Miller Insurance declines to comment on what it says is a 'client matter' after International Group says proposed tender is result of  'a wider overall governance review'
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Daily Briefing January 11 2018

The investment-fund partnership China Cosco Shipping Group has signed up to with China Cinda Asset Management may be a stepping stone to the thriving business of alternative ship finance

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Daily Briefing January 10 2018

National Iranian Tanker Company has downplayed the possibility that the tanker listing off the coast of Shanghai following a fire could sink

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Daily Briefing January 9 2018

Compensation from oil spills is often covered by the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, but it's unclear whether the CLC will apply in the case of the Sanchi oil tanker collision

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Daily Briefing January 8 2018

Bank-owned lessors make up 70% of last year's total, but absolute value declined 10% year on year

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Daily Briefing January 5 2018

Stock performance survey shows investors bet on a dry cargo market recovery in 2017, but were less sanguine about the tanker sector

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Daily Briefing January 4 2018

Company said to have chartered in the vessel detained by South Korean authorities was registered in the Marshall Islands, says Taiwan's Maritime and Port Bureau

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Daily Briefing January 3 2018

CHINESE newbuilding markets are expected to see more encouraging signs at the start of the new year, with ship prices continuing to climb, led by the dry bulker sector, based on last month's indications

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