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Programme will include geopolitics, sanctions implications, the impact on trade patterns of shifting political balance, energy realignment, technological advances and fleet and fuel developments
Washington has said that it recognises opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s legitimate president. It is using sanctions to force Nicolás Maduro from office
Unilateral US bans on Iranian shipping, oil and petrochemical exports in place throughout 2019 have placed global shipping at the forefront of geopolitical unrest as companies and owners grapple with the trading and commercial implications
Washington has imposed sanctions on a number of Cuban companies for doing business with Caracas as part of its efforts to force Venezeula's president Nicolas Maduro out of office
Rosneft’s trading arm is vital to Venezuelan crude sales as Chinese refiners shun direct purchases since the US administration tightened sanctions in August. Instead Venezuela to China shipments arrive via Malaysia, through ship-to-ship transfers undertaken from Rosneft-controlled tankers
Britain has officially lowered its risk assessment for UK-flagged ships transiting the Strait of Hormuz. They will soon be able to proceed without naval accompaniment, according to the Department for Transport
US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State warns the industry still has some way to go, despite progress in ensuring sanctions compliance
The pace and duration of further falls of VLCC-assessed rates will be tested by the global economic headwinds and revised oil demand forecasts
Tanker stocks were down about 2%-10% across the board after the note was issued by the US Treasury Department on Thursday
But the move has not perked up CSET’s share price on both the Shanghai and Hong Kong bourses
The Podcast comes from Singapore this week, where Lloyd’s List hosted the Asia Trade Outlook Forum, casting a critical eye over the market trends shaping shipping business decisions in the next 12 months. Joining Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade to discuss the key takeaways from the forum are the Asia editorial team: Cichen Shen, Vincent Wee, Hwee Hwee Tan and Inderpreet Walia.
Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows that seven of the VLCCs are still loaded with cargoes. This information is based on the latest AIS-signalled draught levels
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