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With the global sulphur cap regulation to come in to force in two years time, this expert panel discusses the importance of ship owners' fuel management programmes, charter clauses, fuel testing and crew training.
Watch highlights from the Lloyd's List Business Briefing which kicked off NorShipping 2017 in Oslo. This panel of industry experts covered topics on the theme of digital disruption and innovation, cutting through the hype and offering practical advice on how this will impact the shipping industry in the future
Watch the first panel at the Lloyd's List Business Briefing Singapore discuss the biggest opportunities and threats facing their respective markets over the next 12 months. Panellists include Yee Yang Chien, Rashpal Bhatti, Kenny Rogers, Jens Ismar, James Marshall and Peter Lye.
Cyber security has leapt to the top of the agenda for maritime businesses this year after the WannaCry and – even closer to home – the Petya or NotPetya attacks. It is now recognised that every business that has started on the journey towards digitalisation is vulnerable to external threats.
It’s also increasingly understood that this is not an issue that can be tackled merely by throwing scarce money at security patches: it requires a change of culture that sees digitalisation as integral to the way businesses will work in future.
This Informa Maritime Intelligence webinar, sponsored by global law firm Ince & Co, will assess the current cyber security position, focusing on what senior executives can do to mitigate the risk of attack, how to change the corporate mindset on cyber security, and where to look for strategic partners to help guide maritime businesses through the cyber minefield.
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Fifteen of the world’s best in shipping were honoured at the 20th annual Lloyd’s List Global Awards at Britain’s National Maritime Museum in London last night.
The event culminated in the prestigious Lloyd’s List Lifetime Achievement award, which was accepted by Francis Vallat, president of the European Network of Maritime Clusters.
Dubai makes no secret of its ambitions to be world leader on many fronts, and its latest maritime venture is no exception – the Dubai Maritime Virtual Cluster is heralded as a world first.
The DMVC is designed to facilitate maritime businesses’ access to, and engagement with, an integrated portfolio of smart maritime services that fall under the aegis of the Dubai Maritime City Authority.
Oman’s premier port is on an aggressive expansion journey which aims to help transform the sultanate’s economy and provide a sustainable career horizon for its growing youth population.
The SOHAR Port and Freezone is diversifying and growing its industrial capability, capitalising on its already recognised world-class deepwater facilities and tax incentives.
Maritime companies, particularly large businesses, are being targeted by a campaign to make them aware of unique advantages in dispute resolution offered by the fledgling Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC) in Dubai.
EMAC aims to give the Arabian Gulf region its own resource for settling contractual issues. Its key differentiators are a strong level of local knowledge and the ability to conduct business entirely in English, leading to swifter, less costly resolutions.
Lloyd’s List-hosted webinar hears a call to arms as the first shots are fired in a maritime revolution that will see traditional business models turned on their head
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