Malta’s loitering sanctioned tanker is first from dark fleet to be targeted by regulators | Shipbuilders set sights on supply chain decarbonisation | Leading terminals spark up zero-emissions alliance
Seacon sets sights on climbing leading shipmanager ranks | Shipping showcases its decarbonisation progress at COP28 | Crew of Houthi-hijacked Galaxy Leader allowed ‘modest contact’ with families says vessel’s registered owner
Greek shipowners in exodus from Russian oil trades in November | Russia ousted from IMO Council | Shipping chief executives call for faster pace in decarbonisation drive
Climate risk is changing shipping bankers’ behaviour but spooking investors | Frontline takes hit as Russian crude tops price cap but says it is time for VLCCs to shine | Fresh US sanctions target Iran’s oil revenues for first time in months
Carriers have opportunities to ease supply imbalance | Ghost of bankrupt US retailer comes to haunt MSC in gargantuan FMC complaint | Braemar aiming to triple full-year profit after resumption of listing
Maersk diverts Israel-linked vessels from high-risk area | Underwriters fear aggregation loss on Israeli ships | Saverys: Blue ammonia could ramp up fuel supplies
Israel-linked shipping re-routes as Yemen threat escalates | Israeli shipowners set to pay more for Red Sea war risk cover after attacks | No easy fix for Panama Canal congestion
China floats idea of mega port to rival Singapore | Geopolitics and dark shipping to dominate IMO assembly | Danish tech firm Danelec buys cash-strapped AI innovator Nautilus Labs
Industry anxiety grows as EU ETS draws near | EU makes final ETS clarifications ahead of implementation | Euronav charts new course with Alexander Saverys at the helm
High-risk Israel-linked vessels receiving Red Sea naval support | Israeli owners may face war risk rate hike after car carrier capture | Cosco leasing head Liu Chong caught in China’s anti-graft dragnet
First Greece-owned tankers return to load Venezuela oil since easing of US sanctions | Euronav prepares for strategic shift following shareholder vote | UK government calls for release of hijacked Galaxy Leader
Israeli-linked ships divert as Houthis threaten more Red Sea attacks | Marathon veteran Chen eases pace for CULines after long-haul retreat | Denmark leaves position unclear on inspecting sanctions-busting Russian tankers
How a south London restaurateur became a nexus for sanctioned Iranian gas trades | South Korea unveils plan to dominate ‘next-gen’ shipbuilding market | How to make the 12th package of restrictions on Russian crude actually work
Shipping companies failing to set science-based climate targets | Shipping must switch to renewable hydrogen fuels by 2040 to hit IMO targets, Lloyd’s List webinar hears | ONE’s first dual-fuel boxship orders take shape in China
Talks underway for Denmark ‘to stop and inspect’ sanctions-breaching tankers from Russia | Marsh scheme could cut Ukraine war risk rates by as much as two-thirds | UK government reshuffle ushers in new shipping minister
OSG’s Sam Norton to optimise his Jones Act tankers rather than build new ones | Star Bulk optimistic about market despite profit dip | Oil demand growth to ease in 2024, IEA says
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