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
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
Lloyd’s faces negative reaction to proposed closure of LOF’s supporting framework as concern over safety, the environment and London’s reputation spill over
The dire situation for Indian seafarers has prompted charities and leading industry players to set up an emergency relief fund. This initiative reflects an urgent need for shipping to think as one
The Mozambique LNG project is Africa’s largest energy project with liquefied natural gas supposed to come online in 2024, but is already subject to delays
His 33 years of training experience convinced him that human error was the ultimate cause of most accidents and of sea pollution, and that training and procedural culture were the keys to improved performance
Bureau Veritas is gathering expertise from across the business to explore safety and sustainability issues beyond the confines of maritime
Thirteen crew have tested positive for coronavirus on a bulk carrier at Newfoundland. The local seafarers’ union said the case highlighted the difficulty of vaccinating crews
The next Lloyd’s List special report asks what entrepreneurs need to succeed in shipping and where the barriers to success lie. Future progress depends on our support for gazelles rather than unicorns
Lloyd’s List is teaming up with its sister publication Insurance Day this week for our first joint edition of the Podcast looking at the insurance implications and scenarios in the wake of the Ever Given casualty in the Suez Canal. Jonathan Humm, who leads the marine hull team at Aegis London, and Stephen Hawke, managing director of PL Ferrari, the P&I specialist broker, join the discussions this week as we examine the marine insurance fallout from shipping biggest traffic jam
About 30% of an estimated 80,000 Indian seafarers are stuck at home without an income as owners and managers work to extend existing contracts for those at sea
Security analysts are wary of tensions between Russia and Ukraine, and of continued risks in the Middle East — but mainly for vessels caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. West Africa is still the biggest risk area, despite a recent lull in piracy
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