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Daily Briefing October 15 2021

Capesize futures point to impending correction as trading volumes jump | Dry bulk rates handed temporary lift from congestion | Tanker earnings to remain under pressure well into 2022 | LNG carrier spot rates poised for surge as market tightens

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Greece & Cyprus 2021: 'Passionate about keeping high standards'

The Cyprus flag is deserving of greater support from owners for many reasons, say some of its leading users

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IACS seeks to re-establish a class act

The new chairman of the International Association of Classification Societies has a mandate to reinvigorate and unify a class voice as the industry’s trusted technical advisory body at the centre of the decarbonisation and digitalisation agendas

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LR acquires hull performance data specialist GreenSteam

Lloyd’s Register says move expands its aim to solve complex problems with integrated software solutions to cut greenhouse gas emissions and operating costs

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LR links with Inmarsat for industry first on remote surveys

One-third of Lloyd’s Register’s surveys are completed remotely. Access to uninterrupted connectivity is essential for digital class. LR’s collaboration with Inmarsat allows it to unlock the potential of technology

United Kingdom Classification

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to comply with decarbonisation rules even before they have been set

Perhaps the biggest conundrum in shipping is how shipowners can order new ships when they don’t know which fuel will be specified as environmentally sound and safe for the crew, and widely available. Moreover, how can they comply with regulations that won’t be in place until 2030 or 2040? The answer, says DNV in its Maritime Forecast 2050, is to work with class and other partners on a step-by-step approach to ensure compliance at each stage. The Lloyd’s List Podcast explains how this week as Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, chief executive officer of DNV Maritime, joins chief correspondent Richard Clayton to unpack some of the elements in the Maritime Forecast

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