Lloyd's List Shipping Podcast
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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: US lawmakers continue to look at ocean shipping
Newly introduced bills, while still an early stage, cover a wide range of topics, including antitrust and alliances, data and China. This is a signal that US lawmakers are still interested in ocean shipping
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: A case for optimism in shipping’s zero-carbon challenge
Fuel and infrastructure availability should not be a barrier to shipping’s rapid decarbonisation. Aligning the industry with a 1.5°C Paris Agreement temperature goal is entirely feasible with the right development in the Global South, argues Trafigura. But nothing happens without a carbon price and regulatory clarity this year. Can we do it? This week’s edition of the podcast makes the optimistic case that all this is within reach
Podcast: The data store that could revolutionise shipping
RightSTORE is a pay-to-use platform that aims to make data accessible. The idea builds on the revolution in banking and finance, and seeks efficiency through better informed decision-making
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why shipping is about to be a sanctions crackdown target
A sanctions crackdown targeting shipping looms large in both the US and European Union this week as regulators prepare to tighten the screws on those who are trying to circumvent measures. As the EU prepares to ban ships with a history of Automatic Identification System gaps and suspicious ship-to-ship transfers, the Lloyd’s List Podcast this week examines what the coming crackdown could mean and why senior industry sources are so nervous about the details yet to be agreed
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Can diversity-linked loans close shipping’s gender gap?
Navigator Gas chief executive Mads Peter Zacho is fully aware of shipping’s shortcomings when it comes to gender diversity, but he wants to do something about it and has taken the bold first step of linking a $200m loan facility to ambitious targets to up the level of senior women in management. So can diversity-linked loans help close the maritime gender gap?
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What US-China decoupling means for shipping
ONE chief executive Jeremy Nixon says carriers need to stay ‘lean and agile’ to deal with long-term geopolitical shifts, including widening divisions between the US and China that are changing container shipping trade flows
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why shipping is not ready for sanctions enforcement
Regulators appear to be gearing up for an enforcement campaign, following an unprecedented influx of sanctions targeting Russia, but the expert guests speaking on this week’s edition of the Lloyd’s List Podcast believe that the industry is still nowhere near ready for what is about to follow
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is it a good time for a dry bulk shipping merger?
Scale via a merger is a useful way to tackle new emission rules and increasing sanction risks, which are among the market uncertainties facing shipowners, even in the most fragmented of segments. But you will have to get the right chemistry between people first. Cetus Maritime chief executive Mark Young discusses whether now is a good time for a dry bulk shipping merger
Lloyd’s List to break new ground during London International Shipping Week
The Lloyd’s List Podcast, with support from Maritime London, will be broadcast daily during London International Shipping Week 2023, featuring a mix of daily highlights, together with guest interviews and insights from Lloyd’s List’s editorial team
The Ukraine effect: Black Sea trade one year on
Chapter 5: Quite apart from the extraordinary creation of the grain corridor, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had a profound impact on trade in the Black Sea. One year on, Lloyd’s List examines the lasting implications for shipping activity and looks at how Ukraine’s limited export channels are holding up
The Ukraine effect podcast: Shipping’s shifting macro risk
Chapter 4: The macroeconomic and geopolitical risk factors that determine long-term strategic thinking in shipping are becoming more complicated and the conflict in Ukraine has left businesses reassessing their options
The Ukraine effect: Lasting upheaval for shipping markets
Chapter 3: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had a profound impact on global trade, but the longer-term implications are only just starting become apparent. Niels Rasmussen, chief shipping analyst at BIMCO, and Peter Sands, chief analyst at Xeneta offer a view on the lasting impact that the conflict in Ukraine will have across the core shipping markets
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