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IMO chief pledges to improve casualty reporting record

Kitack Lim tells Lloyd’s List he will put in more effort so the body can point to a stronger track record on casualty monitoring

IMO People

The Interview: Anastasios Papagiannopoulos

BIMCO’s president talks about his confidence in meeting the 2020 sulphur cap and why Greece has yet to take full advantage of shipping
Big Interview BIMCO

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The most influential person in shipping

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Regulation

Viewpoint: A flag for your convenience

Cost — above all — is what is driving how companies are making the decision upon which they pick a flag authority with whom to register their ship

International United Kingdom

Low-sulphur fuel volume transparency is not possible, says ExxonMobil

Bunker fuels and scrubber demand dominate conference discussions as scrubber lobby group Clean Shipping Alliance 2020 hits back over open-loop ‘bad press’

International Fuels

Scrubbers will save Scorpio up to $125m annually

At an assumed $200 to $250 fuel oil price spread, the company should be able to quickly recover the $1.5m to $2.5m per unit cost of its scrubbers

International Scorpio Tankers

Port of Antwerp hit by industrial action

The port says 33 vessels are waiting to enter and leave the port as strike is expected to cost millions of euros

Belgium Ports and Logistics

UK’s May defends Seaborne contract checks

Theresa May tells MPs it was ‘entirely right’ the majority of contracts went to ‘established’ companies, but defends trying to help a start-up business

EU United Kingdom

Container shipping's cautious outlook

Regulation, geopolitics and the ongoing issue of supply and demand will continue to dog container lines in the year ahead
International Containers
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