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Joshua Minchin

News Reporter, Lloyd’s List Intelligence


Joshua is our London-based news reporter. Before joining Lloyd’s List, he worked on various b2b publications at Russell Publishing, including as Editor of New Food.

Joshua holds a History and German degree from the University of Sheffield and is a long-suffering Sheffield United fan.

Aside from reading too many history books, Josh enjoys playing golf and watching all sports.

Latest From Joshua Minchin

IMB report shows Somali piracy spike

Piracy levels in the Gulf of Guinea continue to decline, while ‘opportunistic’ crime in the Singapore Strait could have unintended consequences, according to a report

Piracy and Security Risk and Compliance

Denmark bans scrubber discharge in its waters

Open-loop scrubber discharge will be banned from July 2025 with closed-loop following in 2029

Sustainability Environment

Coalition calls for greater transparency on methane slip data in LNG engines

One T&E representative argues that betting on LNG ‘a complete trap’, and if more data about methane slip was available, there would be a more critical approach towards its use as a fuel

Sustainability Bunkers

Ammonia bunkering coming to Norway and California

The project at Fjord Base in Norway has been called a ‘milestone’ for ammonia as a source. Elsewhere, MAN Energy will fit a 200,000 dwt bulk carrier with an ammonia engine

Sustainability Fuels

Bangkok port’s newest relocation attempt unlikely to materialise

Pollution reduction cited as the main reason behind relocation, but other private terminals nearby could make any move redundant

Containers Ports and Logistics

‘Could they? Yes. Will they? Probably not’: Doubts over Iran’s Strait of Hormuz threat

An Iranian navy chief said Iran could close the Strait of Hormuz as he pledged to ‘punish Israel’ for a lethal strike in Syria, which killed a Revolutionary Guards’ general

Political Risk and Trade Iran
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