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‘It may be beneficial if the maritime industry puts more effort into reporting and finding the root causes, not only behind cyber and software incidents involving newer technologies, but also older precursor devices,’ says Frank Gonynor
There are many candidates to replace bunkers, including biofuels, hydrogen, methane, ammonia and batteries, but all have pros and cons and more work is needed, a conference hears
Impoverished coastal communities and stranded seafarers are easy marks for malefactors, International Union of Marine Insurance hears
In the long run, the environment is more important for insurers even than the pandemic, newly re-elected president Richard Turner has insisted
The Gulf of Guinea is considered a greater risk area following recent piracy attacks further out from Nigeria’s economic zone. Better policing and ship security measures may have pushed pirates further afield in search of easier targets
‘As with any major wreck removal, there is always a need for creative solutions. I think that’s what makes a good salvor,’ said T&T Salvage president Mauricio Garrido
‘Ongoing projects have experienced an escalation in costs caused by changes in working practices with social distancing requirements. Additional costs have also been incurred by delays in project cargo, or the need to divert the cargo to temporary storage,’ surveyor tells marine insurers
Trade association reveals figures on gross cargo premiums for 2019
Premiums in the offshore energy insurance sector are still falling, and expected to shrink further as the line feels a twin squeeze from coronavirus and the low oil prices prevailing in recent years
Lloyd’s List and industry experts discuss the updated US Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctions guidance and how any organisation with exposure to shipping or cargoes needs to understand, identify and mitigate the risk to their operations
The Sri Lankan Attorney General’s office believes there are sufficient grounds to bring charges against the master of New Diamond on environmental infringements. The government wants to hold the owner of the vessel accountable for all environmental damage and costs relating to firefighting and recovery
The Asia Pacific Institute of Experts is a Singapore-based registered society. It wants to spearhead the development of professional expertise in the field of expert evidence in the Asia Pacific region
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