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Ince head of tax Huw Witty says freeports offer benefits besides tax breaks for exporters, after concerns exporters will miss out on the full relief because of post-Brexit trade deals
Second-half pick-up in refinery output and production expected to raise moribund freight rates for crude and product tankers
Grimaldi ships are registered in several EU jurisdictions, including Spain following the recent purchase of vessels from Armas Trasmediterránea Group, as the Naples group continues to expand
Companies must accept that decarbonisation is another component they need to incorporate in their business model. To do that successfully they need to practise ‘sustainability applied’
Nigeria told the IMO a state’s exclusive economic zones enjoyed the same status as the high seas when it came to suppressing piracy, comments likely to be welcomed by countries thinking of sending warships to help fight piracy in the Gulf of Guinea
Facing pressure from developing nations to find a different financing mechanism, industry lobbies insist that collecting $2 per tonne of fuel consumed from each ship is the best way to develop a decarbonisation R&D fund
Forthcoming International Maritime Organization efficiency rules will drive more interest in biofuels, which could help bridge the gap to decarbonisation. But their price, regulation and handling difficulties mean this will not be an easy task
Some of the most powerful voices in shipping are among the most heavily invested in liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel, but the pathway for LNG as a transitional option is far from clear. With the World Bank now urging an end to public policy support for LNG as a bunker fuel and pushing for methane emissions regulations, this month’s edition of the Maritime Markets Outlook examines the implications for those LNG cheerleaders already exposed and analyses the rapidly changing dynamics of transitional fuelling options for shipping
European shipowners urged the EU to help lift living and working standards at South Asian beaches, rather than trying to force owners to use costlier European yards. They call for a bilateral deal so compliant yards can join the bloc’s green list
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