Maritime Risk International

Articles for 2023

Shipping will need a "staggering" 30 per cent to 40 per cent of global CO2-neutral fuel by 2030 - DNV

Onboard carbon capture and nuclear are "technically and economically feasible options", adds Maritime Forecast to 2050, writes Declan Bush of Lloyd's List

Shipping must be better prepared for climate risk, warns Lloyd's Register forecast

Key global ports in US, Europe and Asia could be unusable by 2050 without urgent action on decarbonisation, according to the latest scenarios set out by Lloyd's Register and the LR Foundation, writes James Baker of Lloyd's List

Cargo liquefaction continues to plague shipping sector

Seafarers are continuing to lose their lives after cargo liquefaction issues, warns InterCargo as it reviews recent bulk carrier losses, as Liz Booth reports

Changing EU rules for Turkey and its shipping sector

Caglar Coskunsu, from Cavus & Coskunsu, explores the changing rules from the European Union which will impact the Turkish marine sector

Black Sea Grain Initiative - will it restart and what are the implications for mariners?

Marie Kelly, of Gard, discusses the recently abandoned Black Sea Grain initiative, which at the time of writing was still ceased. Since writing, there have been a number of attacks on ships in the region and the position is said to have become even more perilous

How to mitigate risk against a cyber attack

Chris Watson, at KVH, provides some practical advice to stop hackers attacking the shipping sector

Balancing the cyber security risks of increased connectivity

Digitalisation in the shipping world is moving at pace but what risks does this increased connectivity present for modern ships? Nabil Ben Soussia, of IEC Telecom, outlines how maritime cyber security is evolving to address new challenges

Enclosed space safety is now under IMO's spotlight

Following dedicated lobbying by industry groups, the IMO is now set to comprehensively revise its recommendations for entering enclosed spaces onboard ships, hopefully thereby preventing further loss of life. Captain Kuba Szymanski of ship management association InterManager, outlines the importance of this development

Worrying rise in port state detentions

Port state controls have been issuing their annual reports for 2022, showing a rise in detentions, as Liz Booth reports

Don't get carried away with the hype about artificial intelligence

Alex Whitmore, at Altus Consulting, suggests that some of the talk around AI may just be hype

Counting the cost of collateral damage

Nazery Khalid shares the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on the maritime industry, seaborne trade and supply chains

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