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Declan Bush

Multimedia Editor

London
 

Former Lloyd’s List sustainability editor Declan re-joined us in August 2023 as multimedia editor, overseeing our daily news and other digital output. Between his Lloyd’s List tours of duty, Declan covered distressed debt as a reporter with Reorg, an industry-leading financial newswire. He has also written for legal trade press and, before that, newspapers in his native Western Australia. When not checking the news, Declan plays guitar in London's blues music scene and buys more books than will ever have time to read.

Latest From Declan Bush

Employers lament stalling of reforms against ambulance-chasing in Philippines

Crewing heads are dismayed at the shock removal from an incoming labour law of protections against ‘ambulance-chasing’, saying seafarers will be hit hardest if the law goes through without them

Risk and Compliance Crewing

FPSO engineers’ detention in Equatorial Guinea ‘arbitrary’ and illegal

The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has called on Equatorial Guinea’s government to release two South African engineers, finding their detention was illegal

Risk and Compliance Crewing

Cut charterers in to retrofit profits and they will invest

Executives from MPC Container Ships and Seanergy Maritime said working closely with charterers and other parties gives shipowners a better chance of funding green retrofits when customers are loath to put up the capex

Sustainability Finance

FuelEU will leave no assets stranded, says EU Commission rep

No fuel system will be left as a stranded asset because of the EU’s new carbon limits for shipping, an industry forum was told, as the commission seeks to dispel shipowner fears about the high cost of blending biofuels and penalties for non-compliance

Sustainability EU

How Kongsberg designed a ‘super-efficient’ bulker

Norway’s Kongsberg Maritime has unveiled a design for a bulk carrier claiming to make big fuel savings as owners seek to future-proof ships

Sustainability Technology and Innovation

Höegh Autoliners boss more bullish on ammonia

A year ago shipping lines including Norway’s Höegh Autoliners were reluctant to voice clear support for ammonia fuel. But times have changed

Sustainability Fuels
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