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Fluid port regulations frustrate seafarers

South Africa’s port authority has changed its mind again this week in relation to how crew repatriation at the country’s ports should be regulated 

International Containers

No end in sight for record box freight rates

Cargo owners face surcharges just to secure slots, on top of high ocean rates. There is some evidence that desperate shippers are paying close to $20,000 to ship a container to northern Europe

International Containers

Hyundai Heavy joins partnership to build green hydrogen plant

The floating facility will be connected to an offshore wind farm that generates electricity used for fuel production

Asia Pacific Containers

Weekly Briefing: An end to the dry bull run? | Box markets count the cash | Tankers wary of coronavirus quarantine

Having hit 11-year highs this week the Baltic Dry Index bull run appeared to be slowing on Thursday as both politics and coronavirus infections once again steered the agenda and the capsize rate started to tail off. For containers the good times continue to roll and, if Maersk’s results are anything to go by, the profits are rolling in for the lines. Meanwhile, there may be growing optimism of a vaccine-led recovery in crude demand across significant oil-consuming countries in Europe and north America but somebody forgot to send the memo to the tanker market

Weekly Briefing Dry Bulk

Biofuels: Shipping may struggle with the price of FAME

Forthcoming International Maritime Organization efficiency rules will drive more interest in biofuels, which could help bridge the gap to decarbonisation. But their price, regulation and handling difficulties mean this will not be an easy task

International Fuels

Dry Bulk

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Markets :: Dry Bulk

Eagle Bulk expects India coal trade to feel impact of health crisis

The bulker owner and operator posted a profit in the first quarter of this year as supramaxes, the segment in which it mainly operates, surged to 10-year highs on strong demand

India Dry Bulk

Capesizes retreat on fears of souring China-Australia relations

Freight rate slide prompted by a dip in the forward market could just be a temporary blip in an otherwise strong setting. Iron ore will be more supportive in the coming quarter with higher volumes expected

International Dry Bulk

Fluid port regulations frustrate seafarers

South Africa’s port authority has changed its mind again this week in relation to how crew repatriation at the country’s ports should be regulated 

International Containers

Hyundai Heavy joins partnership to build green hydrogen plant

The floating facility will be connected to an offshore wind farm that generates electricity used for fuel production

Asia Pacific Containers

Weekly Briefing: An end to the dry bull run? | Box markets count the cash | Tankers wary of coronavirus quarantine

Having hit 11-year highs this week the Baltic Dry Index bull run appeared to be slowing on Thursday as both politics and coronavirus infections once again steered the agenda and the capsize rate started to tail off. For containers the good times continue to roll and, if Maersk’s results are anything to go by, the profits are rolling in for the lines. Meanwhile, there may be growing optimism of a vaccine-led recovery in crude demand across significant oil-consuming countries in Europe and north America but somebody forgot to send the memo to the tanker market

Weekly Briefing Dry Bulk

Tankers & Gas

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Markets :: Tankers and Gas

Latest From Tankers and Gas

Fluid port regulations frustrate seafarers

South Africa’s port authority has changed its mind again this week in relation to how crew repatriation at the country’s ports should be regulated 

International Containers

Monjasa hires Deloitte to monitor emissions

Danish bunkering company Monjasa hired Deloitte to help it measure its climate impact, noting shifting attitudes in the industry

Tankers and Gas Bunkers

Hyundai Heavy joins partnership to build green hydrogen plant

The floating facility will be connected to an offshore wind farm that generates electricity used for fuel production

Asia Pacific Containers

Weekly Briefing: An end to the dry bull run? | Box markets count the cash | Tankers wary of coronavirus quarantine

Having hit 11-year highs this week the Baltic Dry Index bull run appeared to be slowing on Thursday as both politics and coronavirus infections once again steered the agenda and the capsize rate started to tail off. For containers the good times continue to roll and, if Maersk’s results are anything to go by, the profits are rolling in for the lines. Meanwhile, there may be growing optimism of a vaccine-led recovery in crude demand across significant oil-consuming countries in Europe and north America but somebody forgot to send the memo to the tanker market

Weekly Briefing Dry Bulk

Biofuels: Shipping may struggle with the price of FAME

Forthcoming International Maritime Organization efficiency rules will drive more interest in biofuels, which could help bridge the gap to decarbonisation. But their price, regulation and handling difficulties mean this will not be an easy task

International Fuels

Finance

Latest From Finance

D’Amico cites lingering concerns about oil demand recovery

The company’s chief executive tells Lloyd’s List that it can manage through what may be a delayed recovery in the product tanker market

Tankers and Gas International

Falling passenger traffic hits Finnlines’ revenues

Demand still remains constrained by the effects of the pandemic. But Grimaldi’s Baltic specialist is pushing ahead with fleet renewal plans

Europe Finland

Norden raises profit guidance on booming dry bulk market

Company chief tells Lloyd’s List that it is well placed to benefit from the dry bulk demand surge and as a result has raised its full-year profits guidance

Dry Bulk International

Safe Bulkers posts strong profit as fleet renewal continues

Bulker owner’s strong first quarter of the year result receives a boost from $7.6m in compensation from charterer for early termination of capesize

Star Bulkers Dry Bulk

Euronav suffers $71m loss as pandemic weighs on freight rates

The owner and operator of 47 very large crude carriers and 28 suezmax tankers also raises the crewing crisis and says the deployment of elderly tankers to illicit trades is curbing scrapping

Euronav Tankers and Gas

Cheniere Energy boosted by ‘strong’ global LNG demand

The company says it exported a record of 133 cargoes of liquefied natural gas in first three months, ‘with production incentivised by strong global LNG margins during the quarter’

United States US States

Insurance

Latest From Insurance

Salvors warn of more maritime disasters if LOF dropped

Marine salvors’ body argues that contract’s fairness and integrity is irreplaceable as Lloyd’s pledges to ‘actively engage’ with market for a further month before making final decision on fate of its salvage branch, which provides the support framework for LOF

International Insurance

China looks to Iran for secure oil supply

It’s still far from a done deal. Yet if it does come off, it will mark a decent boost to tonne-mile demand for tanker operators in a political position to accept the stems. That won’t be most

Iran China

UK government urged to step in as furore builds over LOF threat

Lloyd’s faces negative reaction to proposed closure of LOF’s supporting framework as concern over safety, the environment and London’s reputation spill over

United Kingdom Lloyds of London

Egyptian court rejects Ever Given arrest appeal

Tailback ships remained on-hire, while routing round the Cape of Good Hope did constitute deviation and charterers will have no right to laycan damages, according to preliminary analysis from law firm

Egypt Crewing

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How will the Suez blockage impact marine insurance?

Lloyd’s List is teaming up with its sister publication Insurance Day this week for our first joint edition of the Podcast looking at the insurance implications and scenarios in the wake of the Ever Given casualty in the Suez Canal. Jonathan Humm, who leads the marine hull team at Aegis London, and Stephen Hawke, managing director of PL Ferrari, the P&I specialist broker, join the discussions this week as we examine the marine insurance fallout from shipping biggest traffic jam

Egypt Containers

Lloyd’s mulls axing support for LOF salvage contract

Already weakened by animosity from quarters of the marine insurance sector, the world’s foremost salvage contract could be facing the final blow if Lloyd’s proceeds with its proposed closure of the SAB, which provides the contract’s support framework

International Insurance
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