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Lloyd's List Shipping Podcast

Either listen at your desk or on the move, the Lloyd’s List Shipping Podcast provides you with a weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping, with top industry guests and expert analysis. Select the link below or subscribe via your usual podcast provider.

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Where does shipping fit into the EU Net-Zero Industry Act?

Europe’s Net-Zero Industry Act, Brussels’ response to the US Inflation Reduction Act, could represent a step-change in efforts to enhance security and support the energy transition of industry in the bloc. But what does that mean for shipping? On the podcast this week ECSA secretary-general Sotiris Raptis helps decode the significance of the EU’s latest Green Deal

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why the box sector is in for a bumpy ride

The container sector is grappling with looming overcapacity and plummeting rates, against the backdrop of a post-pandemic slowdown in container shipping and longer-term questions about the future of globalisation. If this is the new normal then the lines are in for a bumpy ride

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why is shipping still not taking Diversity, Equity and Inclusion seriously?

The shipping industry has still not fully grasped the importance or the business case for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, known as DEI, despite it being so integral to the structural long-term challenges ahead. Wista president Elpi Petraki and Diversity Study Group founder Heidi Heseltine join the podcast this week to discuss why the industry needs to address its DEI blind spot

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why don’t shipping companies have a credible ESG plan?

Most ESG ambitions triumphantly announced by shipping companies still lack depth, detail and credibility. While the large corporates are racing ahead chasing first-mover advantages in zero-carbon fuels, the reality among most shipping companies, which are small-to-medium operators, is much less advanced. So how do shipping companies adopt a solid strategy and should we be worried that so many companies are only just reaching for the ESG starter pack?

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: P&I renewals uncovered

As this year’s P&I renewals draw to a close, Lloyd’s List’s insurance editor David Osler has been talking to marine insurance insiders about what has been driving this year’s negotiations and why the deals have been closer to the February 20 noon deadline than usual

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why shipping’s sanctions risk is here to stay

The impact of sanctions against Russia may be politically underwhelming, but that doesn’t mean they are going away any time soon. The rising compliance complexities that shipping companies are now required to navigate are here to stay, and if anything the future of sanctions is destined to get more complex, not less

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to retrofit a more efficient shipping industry

Given the availability and relative affordability of proven technology capable of making the existing fleet more efficient, why are shipowners not queuing outside ship repair yards demanding immediate retrofits to their ships? This week’s podcast explores the complex questions of finance, payback and a deeply conservative attitude to technology upgrades

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why 2023 is pivotal for the decarbonisation of shipping

The case for a shipping industry plan that is aligned to 1.5 degree Paris targets, that is well-to-wake and wrapped up with robust interim targets and the right language that ensures an equitable transition, is clear cut. What we actually end up getting is going to be the multi trillion dollar question that determines the trajectory of shipping regulation for decades to come

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Where have all the pirates gone?

Piracy attacks are at a 30-year low according to the latest figures, but have the pirates really hung up their Kalashnikovs, or is this a statistical anomaly, rebranding or just more opaque reporting? This week’s podcast investigates what really lies behind the lack of piracy headlines and the real security risks still out there for shipping

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Can the Ukraine grain corridor survive 2023?

The Black Sea Grain Initiative is inherently flawed and it doesn't take a stretch of the imagination to think it could fall apart at a moment's notice. But even with its limitations and drawbacks it is a success diplomatically and economically. This week’s podcast examines whether that will be enough to sustain it through the turmoil that lies ahead

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