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Shipping’s GHG emissions rising despite efficiency gains

The report will go before the Marine Environment Protection Committee

International Environment

Industry tortoise derided by Mr Hare is unfair race

Shipping knows it has to become cleaner and greener, and it knows it is not doing so fast enough. But it takes time to turn a supertanker, and fuelling the industry is a supertanker issue

Bunkers Fuels

LNG’s role as a bridging fuel for shipping faces challenge

Progress towards a zero-carbon future for shipping will involve methanol, biofuels, ammonia, and hydrogen. LNG’s role as a bridging fuel is being challenged even as shipowners invest in the fuel

Fuels Environment

Shipping's green push faces virtual halt

The coronavirus disruption means major decisions have been put off or delayed — and the rest of the year is unlikely to change that

Mid-Year outlook Lloyds List magazine

Another bulker detained in Australia for crew violations

MUA said massive underpayment of wages was discovered when the vessel docked in Brisbane earlier in July, and although the crew was paid the $93,000 they were owed, once the vessel left port the Burmese seafarers were allegedly intimidated by ship officers to hand back the wages in question to shipmanagement

Australia Dry Bulk

Seafarers close to breaking point, warns shipmanager

With 300,000 crew still stranded at sea amid tightening crew change policies, the risk is rising that they will refuse to renew their contracts

International Asia Pacific

More action needed to prevent container losses

Stowage plans, lashing arrangements and verification of the gross mass of containers compliance remain areas of concern

International Containers

Hong Kong crew change suspension dismays unions

The unions said they expected the government to improve the current policy and advocate the appropriate crew change in Hong Kong under the principle of securing public health and safety

Hong Kong Crewing

Australia bans Chinese dry bulker over underpaid crew

Disembarked Burmese crew are now said to be stranded in Brisbane due to the lack of flights to Myanmar, with all expenses covered by the shipowner and shipmanager

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk
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