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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Sectors :: Safety

Can the bunker industry confront its credibility problem?

The Aegean bankruptcy, fuel contamination cases and tighter credit lines are piling pressure on the bunkering industry


Bunkers Fuels

Danish shipowners address sulphur cap ‘myths’

Danish Shipping is putting forward the argument that problems with 2020 sulphur cap compliant fuels might be indirectly caused by the lack of timely preparation by shipowners

Bunkers Fuels

Flag revoked for Europe’s only civilian rescue vessel

The non-governmental organisation operating the Aquarius has flag requests pending with many European states

Europe Middle East and Africa

Port of Los Angeles evacuated after container explodes

Officials speedily ruled out the possibility of terrorism, saying the explosion was likely an industrial accident, resulting from an export container loaded with scrap metals

North America United States

EU scrapping regulation could spur wholesale change

The EU will introduce its new ship recycling safety and environmental standards from the start of 2019

Europe Asia Pacific

Piracy incidents blight Gulf of Guinea

High alert in Gulf of Guinea as boxship crew abducted and two vessels attacked within an hour

Middle East and Africa Congo

Kidnapped bulker crew reportedly released

The bulker's owner, Geneva-based Massoel Shipping, has declined to comment

Nigeria Piracy and Security

What the IMO sulphur cap decision really means

The compromise on the contentious sulphur cap proposal gives ample time for it to flourish or wither away

International IMO

Learn from the past, then adapt to the future

The International Maritime Cyber Centre of Excellence in Singapore is envisaged to be a cyber service solution for the shipping industry

Europe Casualty
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