Tagged With Shipping
Freight struggles with regulatory uncertainty
16 September 2022
Lack of clarity is affecting demand for new tankers, but LNG vessel orders are booming
Russia-linked tankers ‘going dark’
9 June 2022
Shipping analysts Windward see a rise in suspicious activity by Russia-affiliated vessels since start of Ukraine war
Market vagaries may still buffet merging tanker heavyweights
26 April 2022
Frontline-Euronav deal will create one of the world’s largest tanker fleets, but price-setting power may remain outside the combination’s reach
Tanker market feels impact of Ukraine crisis
31 March 2022
The tanker freight market is having to deal with sanctions, uncertainties and shifting trade flows in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion
Marine fuel market enters troubled waters
23 March 2022
Ripple effect from Russia’s war in Ukraine may result in significant supply disruption
Decarbonising shipping: Where are we now?
23 February 2022
Regulators have yet to force the sector to decarbonise, but larger shipping lines and operators are planning for a low-carbon future
Letter from London: Shipowners propose carbon levy
8 September 2021
Trade association the ICS is trying to take the initiative and steer the industry’s decarbonisation on its own course
Winter LNG transit highlights Arctic’s growing role
8 April 2021
Russia is leading the charge to normalise Arctic shipping as the region warms
LNG freight volatility sees new contract listings
11 February 2021
Exchange to launch new tools for LNG shippers to manage risk
LNG shipping set for more challenges
4 September 2020
The sector may have seen a more rational 2020 so far. But that is no guarantee it has learnt its lessons
Sea change for shipping sector
1 February 2018
New rules are imminent and will have a big impact on the global fuel oil sector
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