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The Interview: Jeremy Nixon

Ocean Network Express, the container line forged from merging the box shipping operations of three fiercely competitive Japanese shipping companies, got off to a rather rough start earlier this year. Now, three months on from its April 1 operational launch, chief executive Jeremy Nixon tells Lloyd's List that the business has settled into its rhythm.
International Asia Pacific

Japan to suspend Iranian crude oil imports

Iran has been a key oil supplier, providing about 5% of Japan’s total crude oil imports

Japan Iran

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Trade trouble and regulatory reform

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead

International China

First Yamal LNG cargo arrives in China via Arctic

Net voyage time was completed in 19 days, compared with 35 days required for the traditional eastern route via the Suez Canal and the Strait of Malacca

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

More questions than answers as EU and China unite on climate change

The two sides’ commitment to co-operate on tackling climate change raises many questions ahead of renewed negotiations

China Political and Trade

US-China trade indicators stay high as shipping shrugs off tariffs

As container shipping heads into the transpacific peak season, there are few signs that tariffs imposed by China and the US are having any effect on freight levels

Asia Pacific North America
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China

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Asia Pacific :: China

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Trade trouble and regulatory reform

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead

International China

More questions than answers as EU and China unite on climate change

The two sides’ commitment to co-operate on tackling climate change raises many questions ahead of renewed negotiations

China Political and Trade

Don’t count out cape scrapping despite bullish markets

The strong bulker markets may strengthen even further if owners start to send more ships to junkyards

International China

Slowing Chinese economy and trade war impact shipping prospects

Analysts are concerned that China’s economy would weaken further this year amid pressure on exports due to the ongoing trade spat with the US

Asia Pacific International

Rio Tinto reports surge in second-quarter iron ore shipments

Rio expects shipment in 2018 to be at the upper end of its existing guidance range of 330m to 340m tonnes

Dry Bulk Ship operations

EU and China pledge environmental co-operation in the IMO

The two sides proclaim closer ties in the IMO and the deployment of “domestic measures”

China EU
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Japan

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Asia Pacific :: Japan

Japan to suspend Iranian crude oil imports

Iran has been a key oil supplier, providing about 5% of Japan’s total crude oil imports

Japan Iran

NYK and JMU complete LNG-fuelled capesize design

Design has passed inspection by ClassNK and obtained approval in principle

Asia Pacific Japan

Japan questions Australia’s IMO reform push

Japan fears technical expertise in the IMO may be undermined

Asia Pacific Australia

MOL focuses on ‘value-added’ LNG shipping business

Japanese carrier seeks to take advantage of its long-time expertise amid increasing new entrants

Japan Tankers and Gas

‘Asia premium’ could curb LNG flows to the world’s top demand centre

LNG needs to be cost-competitive to realise its potential as the preferred fuel of the future, Asian buyers warn

Asia Pacific China

Japan’s tax investors to provide more ship finance, says Crédit Agricole

The amount provided by such Japanese operating leases in shipping is still dwarfed by that in aviation

Asia Pacific Japan
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South Korea

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Asia Pacific :: South Korea

TOP Ships unveils $10.1m loan for MR2 newbuild

New European bank credit facility secures delivery of Cargill-linked tanker as Greek owner pursues further orderbook funding

Europe Asia Pacific

Capital orders LNG quartet from HHI for $743m

The vessels are to be delivered by the end of June 2021

South Korea HHI

South Korean shipbuilders want plate prices put on hold

Rising raw material costs pushing up steel plate prices, Korean steelmaker says

South Korea Shipbuilding

Seatankers orders debut LNG carrier at DSME

The 173,400 cu m carrier will be delivered in 2020

Asia Pacific South Korea

DSME secures 100th order from Angelicoussis

The two groups have done $11bn of business since 1994 and still have 18 vessels outstanding

Asia Pacific Europe

Five risks to check: Product tankers

Crunch time for owners as newbuilding interest has recovered even before product restocking occurs

Tankers and Gas Products
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Australia

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Asia Pacific :: Australia

Anglo American lowers iron ore and coal guidance

Miner says work at Minas-Rio is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter following pipeline leaks earlier in the year

Dry Bulk International

BHP targets higher iron ore in fiscal year 2019

BHP issues iron ore guidance of 241m to 250m tonnes

Dry Bulk Australia

Rio Tinto reports surge in second-quarter iron ore shipments

Rio expects shipment in 2018 to be at the upper end of its existing guidance range of 330m to 340m tonnes

Dry Bulk Ship operations

Australia bans Chinese bulker for underpaying crew

Australia says it will not tolerate mistreatment of crews

Dry Bulk Ports and Logistics

Australia trims 2018 iron ore export forecast on China's slowdown

The main driver behind the downward revision is an estimated slowdown in Chinese urban residential construction and infrastructure investment

Asia Pacific Australia

Japan questions Australia’s IMO reform push

Japan fears technical expertise in the IMO may be undermined

Asia Pacific Australia
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