Daily Briefing November 4 2019 :: Lloyd's List

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Not all traditional LNG offtakers want to enter the spot market. This will hold back liquidity and commodisation of LNG, writes Hwee Hwee Tan.

The development of LNG as a marine fuel can offer an insight into the potential hurdles tripping up future fuel progression.

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: With the 2020 sulphur cap just around the corner and crunch meetings to determine details around the 2050 decarbonisation strategy looming, Edmund Hughes, the IMO’s head of air pollution and energy efficiency, talks us through 2020, 2050 and the political challenges that IMO faces amid a rapidly changing set of macro dynamics.

Without regulation, it is unclear whether talk of a hydrogen-powered shipping industry can become a reality.

A maritime green fund underwritten by a carbon levy and managed by the shipping community was one of the more detailed ideas to emerge from a gathering of industry leaders.

The power of Dutch courts to gather provisional evidence in support of litigation and arbitration from abroad should strengthen the hand of parties bringing claims against owners and charterers, according to a leading shipping law firm.

The IMO’s Edmund Hughes tells the shipping industry that environmental regulations are a ‘different animal’ when compared with most other regulated sectors and that governments are judging the....

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