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Daily Briefing

Keep up-to-date with the latest news, features and analysis from the Lloyd’s List team with our Daily Briefing.

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Daily Briefing May 23 2022

Euronav battle is clash of visions for the future of tankers | First among equals: UGS president Melina Travlos | IMO in favour of carbon price to cut emissions | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The view from New York

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Daily Briefing May 20 2022

DSME scraps LNG carrier order linked to Sovcomflot | China eases quarantine rules for seafarers | China’s coronavirus policies vary from port to port – study | Euronav shareholders back Frontline merger

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Daily Briefing May 19 2022

Sovcomflot fleet in flux as sales continue and Cyprus de-flags | China lockdown pressure on US supply chain eases | Long way still to go before gender equality in shipping | Data pricing seen as crucial to GSBN’s digital ambition in trade finance

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Daily Briefing May 18 2022

US shipping regulators use ‘soft power’ to crack down on ‘nickel and diming’ container lines | Eagle Bulk sees new trading patterns supporting dry bulk | West sees exodus after ditching riskiest vessels

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Daily Briefing May 17 2022

Sovcomflot’s EU operations cease but UK extends sanctions wind-down | Is shipping on verge of another super-cycle? | Russia looks to gain from grain | Ningbo probes industry misconduct

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Daily Briefing May 16 2022

Why owners should worry about P&I consolidation | What AI is changing shipping | EU emissions vote looms large | Oil slowdown clouds tanker rates recovery outlook

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Daily Briefing May 13 2022

Banks start selling Sovcomflot fleet as sanctions deadlines loom | Ukraine dislocation of tanker market helps narrow losses | Hapag forecasts declining rates and demand | Capes jump to five-month high

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Daily Briefing May 12 2022

Gard chief rejects Scandinavian ‘superclub’ idea | Why VLCCs haven’t joined the tanker market turnaround | Port throughput masks volume losses in Shanghai

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Daily Briefing May 11 2022

Invasion of Ukraine causing widespread disruption of shipping | Japan to phase out Russian oil imports | Pacific basin MR tanker rates highest since May 2020 | Higher grain exports from Brazil and Argentina to keep bulkers nicely occupied | Shipping still getting safer

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Daily Briefing May 10 2022

International Seaways adopts ‘poison pill’ to block Fredriksen takeover | US bans 70 Russia-flagged ships after G7 meeting | Unions and box terminals begin contract talks on US west coast

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Daily Briefing May 9 2022

Sanctions scrutiny linked to mysterious tanker U-turn | Ukraine’s minor ports adapt to wartime trade | North’s merger with Standard to bring significant cuts in expense ratios | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why shipping is facing a compliance crisis

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Daily Briefing May 6 2022

Ceres Shipping venture plans for 60 new CO2 carriers | Contaminated fuel found in Singapore linked to UAE | Fredriksen increases International Seaways holding

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Daily Briefing May 5 2022

Europe’s ban on Russian oil to further reconfigure tanker trade routes | Maersk boosted by contract commitments and integration | Maritime insurance sector considers worst-case scenario of ammonia spills

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Daily Briefing May 4 2022

Sanctions force massive Sovcomflot tanker sale | Sovcomflot vessels head into opaque network of subterfuge operators | North Standard merger seen as counterweight to Gard

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Daily Briefing May 2 2022

Russian sanctions provide opportunity for Greek shipowners | Russian decision to halt gas exports likely to revive FSRU demand | China Merchants to double its LNG carrier fleet | Euronav in boardroom battle with founder and biggest shareholder

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Daily Briefing April 29 2022

China tariff cut seen as prelude to more Russian coal imports | Spain blocks tanker over Russian cargo transfer | UK ports angered at government move to scrap EU import check plans | Fredriksen takes 16.19% stake in International Seaways

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