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Container giant will not follow in competitors’ steps on environmental concerns
IBIA, IACS, IPIECA and CIMAC among the eight associations publishing the latest implementation guidance
There is also a big question mark on the blended fuels, says Teo Siong Seng
Ship finance is not for the faint-hearted — this is one reality investors have to live with, even if they have the benefit of being advised by sustainability reports put out by shipping firms
MSC says larger containerships help it meet its environmental commitments and lower carbon emission per teu
CMB’s chief executive Alexander Saverys believes that hydrogen offers shipping’s best bet to reach a zero-carbon future and he is investing heavily to that end. But even he concedes that things are moving too slowly, and greater collaboration and partnerships will be required before the technological challenges can be overcome. He joins Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade on this week’s podcast to discuss the industry’s green investment conundrum and why a collective effort is going to be required to hit the industry’s 2050 emissions goals
The Finnish refiner will begin supplying the residual marine fuel oil 0.5% fuel during the fourth quarter of 2019
Golden Ocean has exercised options for four more scrubbers, taking the total to 23 on its capesize vessels
The Lloyd’s List ballast water webinar, Ballast Water Management Convention: Early learnings and final preparations, will focus on the implementation of the convention, the regulatory aspects and how owners, operators and crews can ensure a smooth transition
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