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Keep informed with daily analysis and insight on safety and security issues affecting shipping. From piracy activities to the latest safety measures to casualties

Florida ports brace for ‘extremely dangerous’ hurricane

Some weakening is expected as the weather system approaches Florida’s west coast, but slower forward motion will likely prolong its surge, according to a report by insurer Acrisure

US States Ports and Logistics

IMO to develop safety guidelines for ammonia and hydrogen

While guidelines for the use of liquefied petroleum gas have been finalised, the work to develop technical provisions for ammonia and hydrogen has begun and will hopefully be delivered to the International Maritime Organization next year

Regulation Safety

Daily Briefing September 23 2022

Zero-emissions shipping goals for 2030 ‘partially on track’ | Poseidon Principles endorse tougher shipping emission targets | Meeting obligations on ESG is good business

Daily Briefing International

Gibraltar suspends bunkering operations due to wreck

Bunkering operations have been temporarily put on hold to focus resources on clean-up efforts following the grounding of a dry bulk vessel after a collision with a liquefied natural gas carrier

Casualty Towage and Salvage

New cargo risks are loss-prevention headache for marine insurers

‘There is no efficient way to fight the fire. You can’t reach the cars, and it’s impossible to pump water to it most of the time,’ expert tells IUMI 

International Insurance

General cargoship sinks in Turkish port

Authorities have opened an investigation while the vessel remains capsized and the site of the incident is a restricted zone

Europe Turkey

Decarbonisation of shipping offers plenty of opportunities, but beware the risks

Lloyd’s List webinar on opportunities and the cost of the transition to zero-carbon shipping

Sustainability Fuels

Ukraine grain exports reliant on small old blacklisted ships

Most major shipowners are still unwilling to run the risk of engaging in Ukraine grain trades, despite declining war risk premiums and a call by the UN to see large vessels ramp up exports

Ukraine Safety

Grounded bulker in Gibraltar considered total loss

The bulker OS 35, which collided with an LNG carrier at the end of August, is considered to be in two pieces, as the hull’s structural integrity has totally failed, the port authority says

Dry Bulk Casualty

Egyptian vessel grounded on coral reef in Red Sea

Damage to Gulf of Aqaba reef is said to be considerable after Sea Gate Management-operated Lotus grounded

Jordan Casualty

World’s largest inflatable lifeboat approved for cruise ships

British survival technology specialist Survitec says its Seahaven system can be used to evacuate more than 1,000 passengers in under 22 minutes

Safety Passenger

Marlink plans satellite connectivity trial for maritime

A network of low earth orbit satellites is planned to cover all sea areas, even in polar regions poorly served by geostationary satellites

Norway United Kingdom
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