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Already weakened by animosity from quarters of the marine insurance sector, the world’s foremost salvage contract could be facing the final blow if Lloyd’s proceeds with its proposed closure of the SAB, which provides the contract’s support framework
Big question is whether limitation will provide protection from vast number of claims expected after casualty, including billion-dollar compensation bid from Suez Canal Authority
When a major shipping casualty occurs that attracts the attention of the mainstream media and general public, top executives from the key companies involved should be prepared to personally comment, and appear on television or radio, rather than rely on press releases in this era of rolling news and social media, in order to show leadership to the outside world
The Maritime Union of Australia accused the Australian government of lacking a contingency plan after a fire on the Antarctic supply ship MPV Everest in the Southern Ocean in the past week
Pressure is growing for more ambitious decarbonisation targets. Efficiency looks doable, and there are other, smaller ways shipping can better measure and reduce its emissions. But the bigger goal of future fuels looks vexing as ever
Smit Salvage tugs are towing the Dutch yacht carrier Eemslift Hendrika to safety after Norwegian authorities carried out an operation to avert grounding and an oil spill in the Norwegian Sea
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