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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.

 

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Paddy Rodgers on why the solution to pollution is not dilution

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead
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Euronav’s Rodgers fears up to $400m of sunken costs with scrubbers

The industry’s most outspoken scrubber critic warns the technology has unknown environmental impact and could impede decarbonisation 

International Euronav Fuels

Fuel rules to raise ocean freight by $7 per tonne, according to grain trade experts

Engelhart Commodities Trading Partners head of freight Fergus Garvin labels the 2020 sulphur cap the biggest disruption to ocean freight in generations

International Europe Austria

The global sulphur cap is about attitude, not technology

While the Copenhagen shipping community is fully behind the date and the process of IMO 2020, there are many in shipping who will struggle to accept that putting the environment before the commercial imperative is the best policy

International Denmark Containers

Cutting CO2 output is the biggest challenge facing shipping

No ifs, no buts — the goal is clear. Shipping needs to phase out CO2 emissions from shipping completely, ICS chair Esben Poulsson told the Dubai Maritime Summit

Fuels Environment Regulation

 

 

 

Fuel suppliers seek to quell industry concerns

Not all suppliers are born equal and 2020 will highlight the quality differences, says ExxonMobil

International IMO Bunkers

Intercargo says sulphur cap approach flawed

Intercargo chairman believes the implications of introducing a sulphur cap should have been addressed with fuel suppliers first

International Europe United Kingdom
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Port of Hueneme signs labour agreement

Labour leader says the agreement will go a long way in putting local people to work, expanding apprenticeship programmes, and giving returning military veterans a place to work when they come home

North America United States

FMC acts to improve demurrage and detention practices

Teams of industry leaders will meet on a short-term basis to refine commercially viable’ demurrage and detention practices

United States Regulation

Greek shipowners applaud IMO body's action on 2020 fuel safety

IMO’s safety committee wants ‘concrete proposals’ to enhance ship safety in light of concerns regarding safety of low-sulphur fuel blends, expressed by Greek owners’ union and others

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The Lloyd’s List Global Awards 2018: Winners revealed

The great and the good of shipping’s leading companies gathered in London for the maritime Oscars

International United Kingdom

Why benchmarking success in shipping is necessary

International Lloyds List Awards

Navig8 sells two product tankers to Avic Leasing for $52m

The chemical tankers will be leased back under a bareboat charter for 10 years

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