Ukraine’s temporary corridor was only used to free stranded vessels in the Odesa region until last week
International Union of Marine Insurance says ‘grey areas’ surround Ukraine government proposal to reinsure marine risk
One crew member was injured and another 11 rescued after a possible sea mine blast on the general cargoship Seama off Romania’s Sulina Canal, according to reports
If the bulk carrier Primus was deliberately targeted in failed Russian cruise missile attack on August 24, as stated by the UK government, why did they reveal inside intelligence? Asks Herminius, which advises Lloyd’s Market Association
The Palau-flagged vessels are expected to load nearly 20,000 tonnes of wheat
Latest round of US sanctions has sent a warning to Türkiye over support for Russia’s maritime circumvention of sanctions while also targeting Russia’s Arctic ambitions only days after Putin lauded the development of its flagship Arctic LNG 2 project
Attack is said to be part of a broader pattern of Moscow’s aggression against civilian vessels and facilities since withdrawing from the Black Sea grain deal in July
Trade in grain from Russia-occupied Mariupol and Berdiansk has risen in recent months, adding potential sanctions headaches for grain buyers and depriving Ukraine of revenues, our investigation reveals
Lloyd’s confirms ‘active discussions’ with United Nations but will only authorise cover if grain corridor is resurrected
The offensive comes ahead of talks between Russian and Turkish leaders on the grain deal
Two more ships are using the temporary corridor that Ukraine set up from its Black Sea ports to the Bosporus
Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows the ship is about 11 hours away from Istanbul. Its Automatic Identification System destination suggests it is heading to the port of Dakar in West Africa
Russian drone attacks at Danube river ports have deterred most underwriters from insuring ships that still trade there. But not all, says local insurance provider CEE Specialty
There is no evidence of lasting impact on port activity and international trade continues to flow at normal levels, according to early data analysis
A new Ukrainian state-backed scheme to provide war risk cover in conjunction with international insurers will essentially be a public-private partnership sharing the risk, according to Marsh who are advising Kyiv on the details of the new deal expected to emerge in the next month
The seaborne export of grain from Russia-occupied territories using deceptive shipping practices is becoming more complicated as the operation grows, analysis of open-source data and vessel tracking reveals
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