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On the Lloyd’s List Podcast this week our Greece correspondent Nigel Lowry join editor Richard Meade to discuss how the Greek shipping sector is coping with Covid and dealing with decarbonisation as the industry prepares for a digital Posidonia week of forums
Listen to a special edition podcast produced in association with Hyde Marine that examines the state of play with the Ballast Water Management Convention, which came into force a year ago but has been overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic
ABS chief Christopher Wiernicki is our return guest this week, covering decarbonisation pathways, shipbuilding decisions, the threat of regionalism in climate change policy and why a rapid mindset shift is required from the shipping industry to keep up with the pace and scope of changes afoot
Listen to the second of three special edition podcasts produced in association with DNV GL examining the tectonic shift shaping shipping’s future: decarbonisation, alternative fuels and digitalisation
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Trafigura wants to add $300 per tonne of CO2 to its bunker bill, here’s why
Commodities trader Trafigura is calling for ‘drastic’ measures to speed up the decarbonisation of shipping through a bunker levy charge as well as pushing for measures that include enforced slow steaming. Without urgent action, the industry risks costly regional confusion, slow update of zero-emission fuels and the inevitability of having decisions forced upon them. A level playing field is essential, argues this week’s podcast guest, Trafigura’s global head of fuel decarbonisation, Rasmus Bach Nielsen — the industry cannot afford not to take action
The International Union of Marine Insurance offers an essential snapshot of maritime risk every year via its globe-trotting annual get together, but for obvious reasons this year was a virtual event over two weeks. We offer a condensed canter through the key takeaways courtesy of IUMI’s secretary general Lars Lange
This week Johannah Christensen of the Global Maritime Forum gives us insight into how one of the industry's leading actors in the decarbonisation space sees the efforts made elsewhere in the business, and what it hopes to tackle during its most important meeting of the year next month
The shipping industry is once again urging governments to live up to their moral and legal obligations as the political stand-off that has seen a Maersk tanker carrying 27 rescued migrants, unable to call in any port, moves into its sixth week. On the podcast this week we talk to Danish Shipping’s Maria Skipper Schwenn about the growing frustration within the industry and review the latest developments with two of Lloyd’s List’s journalists following the story, Janet Porter and David Osler
Listen to the first of three special edition podcasts produced in association with DNV GL examining the tectonic shift shaping shipping's future: decarbonisation, alternative fuels and digitalisation
The Panama Canal has certainly taken a hit from the coronavirus backdrop. But the consequences have not been as severe as many probably assume, and the canal authority even expects to make its budget this fiscal year, according to deputy administrator Ilya Espino de Marotta
James Marshall is the chief executive of Berge Bulk and he has a plan to get its 75 vessels to become a net zero-carbon fleet by 2025. In this week’s podcast, he talks to Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade about how he plans to get there, why existing technology can get you nearer than you think and why nuclear reactors on board vessels should be back on the table as an industry option
On the podcast this week David Osler talks to two of shipping’s recent intake of leaders setting out their stalls as chair and president of industry associations. Lindsay Malen-Habib is the new president of the American Salvage Association and Susan Oatway is the first woman chair of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers — they talk us through their roles and their priorities
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