While shipping companies traditionally reinvested profits in expanding and modernising their fleets, listed owners have increasingly been allocating their capital towards debt repayment and share repurchases in recent years amid strong cashflows, regulatory uncertainty and a lack of yard slots
Shipping urged to unify search for decarbonisation solutions | Russian accusations of IMO politicisation point to longer-term divisions | MSC adds to active and idle fleets
Offshore wind capacity needs to increase by an additional 50 GW each year over the next 30 years. How can we make sure floating offshore wind is able to play its part?
Conventional fuel will continue to have a major part to play for the dry cargo sector owing to the strong tramp shipping nature of the sector, says Lloyd’s Register’s global bulk carrier segment director Nikos Kakalis
The Poseidon Principles were supposed to foster agreement about the subject of IMO emission targets. However, alignment to the 1.5°C Paris targets has quietly been shelved after a vocal minority of signatories pushed back against the potential cost and risks associated with this plan
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Everything you always wanted to know about marine insurance, but were afraid to ask
The International Union of Marine Insurance conference is an annual health check for the shipping industry’s risk cover and as such offers an important, if not at time impenetrably complicated view of the sector as a whole. This week’s podcast offers up a clear explanation of everything you need to know about marine insurance from the people who understand it best. Consider this week’s edition your best, and perhaps only opportunity to learn the marine insurance sector in under 25 minutes
Special Report: Shipping Finance
Lloyd's List's latest report on shipping finance finds Chinese lessors in a dilemma and banks’ lending decisions already being swayed by green tendencies as the race to zero gathers pace, while private equity continues to reduce sector exposure in a second 'prexit' wave. Click here to view the full report
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