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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Sectors :: Regulation

Clubs urge adherence to new dangerous goods code

TT Club and UK P&I Club seek ‘significant improvements’ in packing, stowage and declaration of hazardous cargoes

Insurance Containers

Fafalios urges care over R&D fund scheme

GSCC leader takes IMO to task for ‘imperfect’ 2020 regulation and warns that $5bn research proposal could lead to ‘bottomless pit’

Regulation Environment

Inchcape launches bunker survey services in Singapore

Inchcape claims that its newly available service offerings will result in cost savings and standardised reporting for customers of the products 

Bunkers Singapore

Port of Karachi bans open-loop scrubbers

The Pakistani government will force ships at the Karachi port to switch to closed-loop scrubbers or compliant fuel oil. Karachi becomes the latest in a long line of destinations to ban the technology

Regulation Environment

UK unlikely to take back control of liner block exemptions until 2021

‘The Competition and Markets Authority may or may not think about it, but my suspicion is that they will just keep the block exemptions in place,’ says Jeremy Robinson of WFW

Europe United Kingdom

Sulphur cap rules being enforced ‘without exception’

Port control bodies vow a ‘practical and pragmatic’ approach to enforcing the sulphur cap, saying they expect compliance

Fuels Regulation

Sludge risk may rise as bunker stream lightens

Traders are bringing in compliant, lighter fuel oil blends to Singapore — the world’s top marine fuel hub

Singapore Bunkers

Call for EU to reconsider consortia extension

Legal flaws in commission decision-making process mean proper evaluation is still required

EU Regulation

Environmental groups urge IMO to raise carbon reduction goals

Letter follows Mr Lim’s re-election as the International Maritime Organization secretary-general last month and urges pushing forward a carbon-free agenda in the next four years

IMO Environment
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