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The San Pedro Bay ports’ clean air action plan, with tight at-berth regulations, does not apply to emissions of particulate matter from ships at anchor, which fall under the jurisdiction of the California Air Resources Board
The vessel has been quarantined and has ceased operations, while the company operating it will have to review all its procedures before it is allowed to resume operating. MPA announced stepped-up control measures earlier this week after two shore-based workers tested positive for coronavirus after reportedly breaching safe management measures
With coronavirus vaccines being rolled out, a Brexit deal finally done, and free trade likely to be back in fashion in Washington, what’s not to like?
Time will tell what lessons shipping has learnt from the pandemic-led disruption of this year, but 2021 will bring issues such as the transition to decarbonisation and digital integration closer to the fore
The situation underlines a reversal in the petroleum shipping that has taken place since 2005 when marine terminals along the Gulf coast were importing more than 6m bpd of crude oil. In 2019, the same refineries were importing fewer than 1.7m bpd
Sources of shipping finance are not as obvious or as widely available as they once were, according to Larry Rutkowski, a partner at New York law firm Seward & Kissel. The coronavirus pandemic has also made it more difficult for people to see just how much the market landscape has shifted in the past 12 months
The International Maritime Organization issued a plea for seafarers for UN Human Rights Day alongside a harrowing video of seafarers describing their experiences as the world locked down
The recent Lloyd’s List 2021 Shipping Outlook Forum addressed some of the critical questions facing shipping and provided insight into what the coming year will bring. View the results of our online Outlook 2021 poll in full below
Middle distillate imports seen at 300,000 barrels per day in November, surpassing April low of 340,000 bpd, according to data analytics firm Vortexa
The UN’s General Assembly has called on governments to designate seafarers as key workers. The IMO has urged that they also be given priority for vaccination against Covid-19
Seafarers have been shunned by authorities in many ports as coronavirus fears have overridden the need for crew changes
Product tanker markets in the fourth quarter of the year have continued to suffer a slump and increased cases of coronavirus make the outlook even more uncertain
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