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Calculating and reducing CO2 emissions on charter voyages

Seatrade Maritime News 27 May 2022
Spot Ship - reducing ballast days to cut CO2 emissions ... “We've talked to a couple of brokers that they're saying this is actually make or break for the world's biggest charterers, it's about being able to steer them into the more efficient ships, and also give them a steer as to the different impacts of different ships.”.
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Iran seizes 2 Greek-owned & flagged tankers in retaliation for Iranian oil seized off Greece

Greek City Times 27 May 2022
Armed men then captured the ship’s crew, including two Greek citizens ... Lloyd’s List understands that the mechanical failures of the ship were the reason behind the US DoJ’s decision to charter Dynacom’s Ice Energy to transfer the cargo and transfer it to the US ... Greek ships, Iran ... Greek owned ships evacuating people out of Ukraine.
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Abu Dhabi’s Al Seer Marine buys 2 LPG vessels for Dh246m

Gulf News 27 May 2022
This year itself, Al Seer Marine expects to buy ‘up to 15 ships’. “Growing demand for charters in the product tanker and gas segments has been compounded by recent global geopolitical developments, the company, part of the International Holding Company portfolio, said in a statement.
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Carnival Sends Evacuation Ship After Fire Aboard Carnival Freedom

The Maritime Executive 27 May 2022
A preliminary assessment was being conducted at the airport in Grand Turk for the possibility of charter flights to transfer the passengers from the cruise ship, but an airlift would require shuttling passengers on smaller planes. Instead, Carnival elected to send a sister ship, the Carnival Conquest, to transfer the passenger back to Florida.
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Take a second look at contracts in shifting markets

Seatrade Maritime News 27 May 2022
Acting now on decarbonising shipping ... This has delayed their anticipated return to profitability despite increased orders and higher prices for new ships,” said Hyun ... Charter rates have been sky-high, but are expected to soften ... Shipping and other commercial contracts concluded some ...
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Russia slams sanctions, seeks to blame West for food crisis

Boston Herald 27 May 2022
Russia also is a significant grain exporter, and Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said the West “must cancel the unlawful decisions that hamper chartering ships and exporting grain.” His comments appeared to be an effort to lump the blockade of Ukrainian exports with what Russia says are its difficulties in moving its own goods.
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Putin says he will open up grain and fertilizer exports if the West agrees to ...

Joy Online 27 May 2022
“They must cancel those illegal decisions that prevent the chartering of ships, that prevent the export of grain, and so on” so that supplies can resume, Peskov told reporters, per Reuters.
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Elite Tankship moves into the big league with long-term VLCC charter

Tradewinds 27 May 2022
... Japanese-built vessel owned by Pertamina International Shipping.
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Elite Tankship makes the big time with long-term VLCC charter

Tradewinds 27 May 2022
... Japanese-built vessel owned by Pertamina International Shipping.
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Putin says he'll open up grain and fertilizer exports if the West agrees to lift sanctions

Business Insider 27 May 2022
"They must cancel those illegal decisions that prevent the chartering of ships, that prevent the export of grain, and so on" so that supplies can resume, Peskov told reporters, per Reuters.
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Russia seeks end to sanctions

The Bismarck Tribune 27 May 2022
Russia also is a significant grain exporter, and Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said the West “must cancel the unlawful decisions that hamper chartering ships and exporting grain.” His comments appeared to be an effort to lump the blockade of Ukrainian exports with what Russia says are its difficulties in moving its own goods.
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Russia slams sanctions, seeks to blame West for food crisis (copy)

Reflector 27 May 2022
Russia also is a significant grain exporter, and Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said the West “must cancel the unlawful decisions that hamper chartering ships and exporting grain.” His comments appeared to be an effort to lump the blockade of Ukrainian exports with what Russia says are its difficulties in moving its own goods.
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Russia slams sanctions, blames West for food crisis

Columbia Missourian 27 May 2022
Russia also is a significant grain exporter, and Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said the West “must cancel the unlawful decisions that hamper chartering ships and exporting grain.” His comments appeared to be an effort to lump the blockade of Ukrainian exports with what Russia says are its difficulties in moving its own goods.
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Russia: Sanctions’ end will feed world

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 27 May 2022
Russia also is a significant grain exporter, and Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said the West "must cancel the unlawful decisions that hamper chartering ships and exporting grain." ... At the same time, the Russian Defense Ministry proposed corridors to allow foreign ships to leave ports along the Black Sea, as well as Mariupol on the Sea of Azov.
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Blood donor rules changing and Supreme Court ruling due: In The News for May 27, 2022

North Shore News 27 May 2022
... inability to ship millions of tons of grain and other agricultural products while under attack ... Russia also is a significant grain exporter, and Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said the West "must cancel the unlawful decisions that hamper chartering ships and exporting grain."

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