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Editor’s selection: Emissions trading pleas ignored, booming LNG rates and Tiptree’s ‘magic pipe’ probe

Tradewinds 30 Sep 2022
As we move closer to an EU Emissions Trading scheme for shipping, pleas by shipowners for charterers to adopt Bimco’s emissions trading clause ...
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Russia sending oil and gas workers to fight in Ukraine

Asiatimes 30 Sep 2022
... oil by ship ... The change means that customers like China, India and Turkey have to transfer some of their purchases of Russian oil at sea from Russian-owned or chartered ships to ships sailing under other nations’ flags, whose services might not be covered by the European bans.
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“European market most important for Agricola Famosa and South American region”

Fresh Plaza 30 Sep 2022
This is according to Carlo Porro, CEO of Agricola Famosa, the world’s largest melon grower and exporter from Brazil ... is a shining example of the collaboration needed in the fresh produce industry ... 12 months ago ... The first chartered ships filled exclusively with melons from Agricola Famosa in Brazil to Europe, docked in Rotterdam a few weeks ago ... Tel.
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Breakthrough Design of LNG-Fueled/Ammonia Ready VLCC Receives Approval

The Maritime Executive 29 Sep 2022
... support the adoption of zero-emission shipping ... “This concept of multi-fuel VLCC with enhanced endurance not only enables safer and more efficient operations but also offers greater bunkering flexibility for ship owners and charterers towards a carbon-free future.”.
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Subsea 7 charters string of Jones Act offshore vessels for Gulf of Mexico work

Tradewinds 29 Sep 2022
The Oslo-listed subsea engineering firm has chartered a trio of ships ...
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AET and PTT in ammonia-powered aframax MoU

Seatrade Maritime News 29 Sep 2022
The ships will be delivered to PTT for long-term charters ... “This MOU signing marks another significant milestone in our growing partnership with PTT as we both place great importance on driving the shipping decarbonisation journey ahead of 2050 ... zero-emission in shipping a reality.
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Why is Russia sending oil and gas workers to fight in Ukraine? It may signal ...

Eagle-Tribune 29 Sep 2022
... oil by ship ... The change means that customers like China, India and Turkey have to transfer some of their purchases of Russian oil at sea from Russian-owned or chartered ships to ships sailing under other nations’ flags, whose services might not be covered by the European bans.
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Nordic American Tankers banks $21m from sale of ageing suezmax

Splash24/7 29 Sep 2022
The company recently chartered out one of its 2010-built ships for a period of one year at a rate in excess of $30,000 per ...
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Shipping can no longer rely on China for all its trade growth: Splash Extra

Splash24/7 28 Sep 2022
The Splash Extra report contains additional data and contributions from the World Bank, UNCTAD, Standard Chartered, S&P Global Market Intelligence, Shipping Strategy as well as well known container experts Peter Sand and Lars Jensen and follows on from last month’s in-depth feature on decoupling.
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IG Clubs: Guidelines for the proper operation of correspondents

SAFETY4SEA 28 Sep 2022
The correspondent, although listed and named by a Club, will usually act for the shipowner/charterer whose ship is entered with the Club ... than the Club, such as the Member, the ship’s master, local agent, owner, charterer or directly from a claimant or the claimant’s insurer.
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Tanker Avoiding Sanctions Hits�Maersk-Operated Boxship off Malaysia

The Maritime Executive 28 Sep 2022
Maritime Commander Mohd Haniff Mohd Yunus of the MMEA is reporting that the collision took place shortly after 4.00 am local time ... The containership is the 93,600 dwt GSL Grania operating under charter to Maersk and owned by Global Ship Lease ... They have also issued a warning to all ship traffic in the area for added caution while transiting the area.
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Complex logistics situation obstructs melon exports

Fresh Plaza 27 Sep 2022
... ships, lack of containers, and constraints at the port of Natal.” ... “We were the first fruit company to charter its own ships because we were wary of the delays in traditional container ships in the market. So, we decided to ship part of the production with our chartered vessel.”.
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Safeen Feeders signs charter deal with Saif Powertec

Gulf Daily News 27 Sep 2022
AD Ports Group’s Safeen Feeders and Saif Powertec Limited have signed a charter agreement that will see Safeen Feeders purchase and charter out three containerships, to support expansion of the Bangladesh-based entity into the container shipping segment. .

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Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with the heads of delegations to the 18th meeting of the Conference of Heads of Security and Intelligence Agencies of the Commonwealth of Independent States members via videoconference at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022
AP / Gavriil Grigorov, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo
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