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Articles for February 2024

Challenging voyage towards reducing emissions

Nazery Khalid evaluates the efforts of the shipping sector to reduce its sulphur and greenhouse gas emissions

Will economic impact drive a paradigm shift in ballast water compliance to protect the oceans?

Birgir Nilsen, of Optimarin and president of the Ballastwater Equipment Manufacturers' Association, suggests the polluter pays principle is starting to have a real impact on shipowners

Legal roadblock to disappear and ease recycling yard access to European list

Rakesh Bhargava, of Sea Sentinels, discusses the impact of a new European agreement on shipbreaking

The oil price cap - update on 12th package of sanctions

Dr Jan Dreyer and Franziska Scheifler, of Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater Partnerschaftsgesellschaft mbB, a member of Global Insurance Law Connect, discuss the latest rules from the European Union governing Russian oil exports

Owners win through in Polar case

Guy Blackwood KC, Quadrant Chambers, takes a look at the long-awaited Polar case and its implications for the market going forward

Methanol space challenge finds superstorage solution

Hannes Lilp, of the SRC Group, discusses the demand for new fuels and dealing with the challenges they present

Red Sea war risk cover "sustainable"

No need to extend high-risk area for now, says Joint War Committee secretary, writes David Osler of Lloyd's List

Facilitating a greener future

Lars Lange, of IUMI, considers the need for the shipping sector to reduce its carbon footprint and uses lithium batteries as an example of the new risks that might emerge from those efforts

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