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Quad partnership to launch maritime visibility initiative

National leaders at a summit in Tokyo have turned their attention to maritime security. New initiative will seek to track ‘dark shipping’ and sanctions-busting ship-to-ship transfers

Asia Pacific India

Turnkey LNG conversion concept shows promise

More than 100 containerships could be potential candidates for the innovative liquefied natural gas conversion

Containers Ship repair

Indonesia’s new sales rule for palm oil threatens supplies

Price details and how much each producer needs to sell locally before being allowed to export have not been announced

International Indonesia

Backhaul container shippers lose influence

Exports account for little of the full rate for a roundtrip voyage. Carriers will logically favour more profitable head haul customers, but risk regulatory intervention for doing so

International Containers

IMO in favour of carbon price to cut emissions

Members of the IMO greenhouse gas working group agreed that a ‘basket of measures’ is needed to cut emissions

Sustainability Political and Trade

FMC seeks to standardise supply chain data flows

FMC preparing to report its findings on how data is shared through intermodal networks. Commissioner Carl Bentzel is seeking to harmonise and open up information channels

United States Containers

Greece 2022: First among equals — UGS president Melina Travlos

Europe’s decarbonisation agenda, coupled with the outbreak of war in Ukraine, on top of an already heavy workload have ensured Melina Travlos has had her hands full in her first months as president of the Union of Greek Shipowners. Speaking to Lloyd’s List, she explains how she sees her mission

Greece People

Greek owners see EU carbon market approval as ‘important step’

Commercial operators should be accountable for costs of carbon allowances, says UGS president Melina Travlos

EU Greece

China’s coronavirus policies vary from port to port, study finds

Vessels being denied entry for scheduled cargo operations or repair work if positive test cases are found on board

China Political Risk and Trade

Greece 2022: Environmental initiative Helmepa turns 40

This year marks the completion of four decades since shipowner George P. Livanos led the Greek shipping community in an innovative environmental effort

Greece Environment

US regulator uses ‘soft power’ to crack down on ‘nickel and diming’ container lines

Congestion-related charges levied by lines on US shippers along with ‘unreasonable’ and detention and demurrage fines are in regulator’s crosshairs, FMC chairman Dan Maffei tells Lloyd’s List

United States Containers

EU carbon market amendments pass key vote

The European Union’s environment committee votes for a host of changes to the carbon market, including the expansion of the emissions trading scheme to cover 100% of voyages by 2028

Europe EU
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