P&I clubs face up to the Micawber dilemma | Fatal oil tanker attack off Oman ‘caused by drone’ | Wakashio case turns spotlight on criminalisation of seafarers | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What the EU’s climate goals mean for shipping
Flag state willing to share data of accused oil-spill tanker | P&I pricing could rise 50% by 2024, says broker | Wellbeing study finds ‘despair and anger’ among seafarers
The pros and cons of India’s new subsidy scheme for shipping | Low water levels in Argentina hinder full cargo loads | Number crunching says nothing about seafarer competency shortages | The Lloyd's List Podcast: Why the world is about to run out of seafarers
Recruitment positives hide real concerns, warns seafarer report | Union demands release of Wakashio crew | Transnet declares force majeure as cyber attack effects unresolved
Final Wakashio report held up one year after disaster | Dry bulk market to witness best cyclical expansionary phase since 1741 | Ever Given: and now for the aftermath
Paying lip service to casualty investigations is risking lives | WHO pushes for seafarers to be a priority for vaccines | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Dissecting the EU’s climate offensive on shipping | Cypriots warn EC proposals may miss the mark
Can the iron ore trade prop up capesizes? | Insurers were among staunchest opponents of closing Lloyd’s salvage branch | Gas carrier prospects brighter but overcapacity seen from 2022 | Indian ports offer discount for LNG-fuelled ships
Lloyd’s to continue supporting LOF salvage contract | Japan plans to significantly reduce LNG and coal use by 2030 | US regulator to begin auditing alliances
Flag states push back on casualty reporting | China grains port logjam delays hundreds of bulk carriers | Wärtsilä chief sees decarbonisation push accelerating
Opec and Iran fuel tanker market volatility | Boxship sales hit $1bn in June as charter frenzy continues | Rotterdam seeks collaboration to ease supply chain disruption
Two cheers for EC shipping decarbonisation package | What we learned from the EU emissions salvo | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s coalition of the willing | What we learned from the EU emissions salvo | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s coalition of the willing
Free to read: Greek owners question EC emissions proposals but welcome charterer focus | Maersk backs EU’s green quotas as right approach | Uncertainty reigns over sanctions-busting status of EU tankers | Overdue Chinese crew are refused sign-off at Chinese port
Free to read: EU proposes a tax on all shipping emissions and to limit polluting fuels | Maritime’s absence from UK decarbonisation plan criticised by trade body | Cyprus emerges as sanctions workaround for Venezuela oil shipments
Free to read: Largest stock draw ‘in a decade’ dampens tanker rates outlook | Coal trades at risk from short-term disruptions | South Korean builders remain dominant in high value-added tonnage
Free to read: Rescuing migrants at sea could lead to prison under new UK law | Ammonia hype builds in shipping market | Carriers make their case as supply chain chaos continues
Free to read: China sees shipping as a potential target for national carbon market | Regional freight rates set to follow main lane trades | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why shipping is not going to get any sanctions risk relief
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