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Australia ponders open-loop scrubber ban

Australia allows open-loop scrubbers but is working with local authorities to decide if it needs to change the rules

Australia IMO

Shipping braced for a year of disruption

The expert panel brought together for the Lloyd's List 2019 Outlook Forum looked ahead to the next 12 months – they expect a weakening trade environment, amid political disruption in emerging markets and Brexit uncertainty

International United Kingdom

Shipowners should not need finance for scrubbers, says Citi's Parker

Seasoned financier argues that environmental first movers in the shipping industry will reap the rewards as societal norms are evolving

International IMO

UK ports warn of ‘anxiety’ over Brexit chaos

The UK’s two biggest port lobbies warn that time running is out — and reveal European counterparts are baffled by the political state of play

Europe United Kingdom

Top 10 in regulation 2018

Ahead of our annual Top 100 most influential people in shipping series, we reveal how, in a year where there was no shortage of controversy around maritime regulation and trade, these 10 players shaped the rules the most
Top 100 People Regulation

Lloyd’s List Outlook 2019: Regulation

In 2019 regulators will settle final details around the 2020 sulphur cap and try to offer greater clarity on greenhouse gas measures

International Environment

IMO takes next steps on autonomous shipping regulation

Safety regulators agree a two-phase approach which will wrap up by May 2020 and will consider regulatory changes or additions

IMO Technology and Innovation

US state fines MSC for breach of ‘At-Berth’ regulation

CARB reports a significant fine for infractions of its At-Berth regulation and announces a new measure called the August 2018 Concept aimed at even more stringent air-quality targets for ships which call at the state’s ports

US States Mediterranean Shipping Co

Eastern Pacific Shipping wins green loan for srubbers on 16 ships

The company has plans to install scrubbers in 15 bulk carriers and one container vessel

Asia Pacific Singapore
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