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Fuels

The price and emergence of new fuels will largely determine how the shipping industry transitions into a more sustainable and efficient future

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Rodolphe Saade, chief executive, CMA CGM
CMA CGM makes green pledge over northern sea route

Container giant will not follow in competitors’ steps on environmental concerns

Containership emissions
New sulphur cap guidance issued by shipping sector

IBIA, IACS, IPIECA and CIMAC among the eight associations publishing the latest implementation guidance

PIL installs scrubbers on 60% of fleet

There is also a big question mark on the blended fuels, says Teo Siong Seng

Bulk carrier deck and cranes
Dry bulk edges towards rebalance

The brokerage’s research team says that vessels taken offline for scrubber installations should reduce fleet growth by 1% on average through this year

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China escalates trade dispute with new tariffs on US goods

Beijing’s new tariffs on $75bn of goods imported from the US will increase tensions

Asia Pacific North America

The Lloyd's List Podcast: Iranian sanctions prove complicated for shipping...again

Adhering to sanctions can be a straightforward task for the shipping industry. But as a latest story involving P&I clubs and vessels carrying Iranian cargo shows that is not always the case.
Ship operations Regulation

CMA CGM makes green pledge over northern sea route

Container giant will not follow in competitors’ steps on environmental concerns

CMA CGM Containers

Keeping up with the neighbours as Singapore looks to IMO 2020

Singapore’s financial and support infrastructure for the bunkering industry is relatively more developed than its competitors’ but subtle shifts in trade patterns or arbitrage trading opportunities could change things

Asia Pacific Containers

Wallenius Wilhelmsen charged in cartel probe in Australia

Charges follow convictions of K Line and NYK for alleged cartel activity in Australia

Asia Pacific Australia

New bunker derivative touted to bolster IMO 2020 hedge

Shipowners can start hedging their bunker bets against a new futures contract that will be priced against a weighted average of actual bunker trades as guided by pricing agency, Argus Media 

Singapore Bunkers

More owners may opt for methanol next year

Some shipowners are keen on methanol-fuelling systems but they are waiting until there is official confirmation, possibly next year, that there will be a new set of safety guidelines devised to support the widesread uptake of this new marine fuel

International Tankers and Gas

New sulphur cap guidance issued by shipping sector

IBIA, IACS, IPIECA and CIMAC among the eight associations publishing the latest implementation guidance

International Fuels

PIL installs scrubbers on 60% of fleet

There is also a big question mark on the blended fuels, says Teo Siong Seng

Asia Pacific Containers
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