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EU's emissions database is still a work in progress

EU’s Monitoring, Reporting and Verification data offers an extensive picture of emissions in Europe. But that picture can keep changing and still has questionable data that could be the foundation for big decisions

Classification Environment

Decarbonisation is a job for now, not later

Lloyd’s List reported this week that while six leading Danish companies are working on a zero-emissions marine fuel, two-thirds of shipowners do not even have a decarbonisation plan yet. This situation is sending mixed messages to the public

International Environment

Ofac wields a sanctions sledgehammer on shipping

The mercurial, ambiguous and inconsistent application of Ofac sanctions on Iran and Venezuela is a deliberate tactic to keep international shipping on its toes

North America United States

Global Maritime Forum postponed until 2021

The virtual meeting will be organised as an engaging and interactive online event, uniting the advantages of digital technologies and the free-flowing exchange of ideas characteristic of Global Maritime Forum events. The possibility of organising smaller regional meetings is also being explored

United Kingdom International

Coronavirus may slow pace of decarbonisation, but will not derail it

Retrofitting existing technologies would be a cost-effective way of reducing shipping’s carbon footprint, a Danish report suggests. The pandemic has pushed sustainable fuels further into the future

Coronavirus Environment

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Sanctions alert! Why shipping must heed new US guidance

The US has issued global industry guidance that details best practices to detect deceptive shipping. It means the international maritime industry will remain in the crosshairs of sanctions enforcement no matter who wins the US presidential election in November. On the podcast to dissect the implications are Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade, markets editor Michelle Wiese Bockmann and our resident tiger at the throat of the insurance industry — David Osler.

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Political Risk and Trade

Thailand grants first LNG import licence to private sector

A unit of Gulf Energy has been awarded the third liquefied natural gas import licence in Thailand. This follows the two others held by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand and the state-owned oil and gas company PTT

Thailand Tankers and Gas

Ports must push for recognition of vital role in supply chain

Full impact of pandemic is yet to be felt in port finances and may affect future investment plans

Europe Finance

Ports call for continued UK government support

BPA calls for three-pronged approach to helping ports drive economic recovery

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