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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

Wallenius Wilhelmsen expects ‘somewhat better’ 2024 as China drives ro-ro car trade

Wallenius Wilhelmsen optimistic for the year ahead, despite the geopolitical challenges and a growing orderbook, as it proposes a new dividend policy

Roro Specialty

Bulkers will be last to decarbonise, says Precious Shipping

Precious Shipping has delivered a grim forecast for its sector’s green prospects, saying first movers would face higher costs and that the EU ETS will not reduce CO2 emissions by ‘an iota’

Dry Bulk Sustainability

VLGC sales were too good to resist, says Avance Gas’ Kalleklev

Avance Gas said it could not resist the $72m profit it made from selling two gas carrier newbuildings for a combined $240m in December. It expects a volatile market but has plenty of cash to spare

Tankers and Gas Norway

Somali pirate attacks add to Red Sea confusion

Several incidents of reported Somali piracy have added to security concerns in the Horn of Africa, while the Houthis continue to menace Red Sea shipping

Red Sea Risk Somalia

LNG engines emit more methane slip than shipping regulators assume, argues study

Researchers say the IMO and EU should increase the default methane slip value for low-pressure, dual-fuel four-stroke LNG engines to at least 6% after a study found they emit more unburnt methane than previously thought

Sustainability Environment

Dutch workers protest over pay and planned job cuts at Lloyd’s Register

Nautilus union members staged a protest outside LR’s London office over plans to shift jobs from the Netherlands to cheaper-labour countries

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