Daily Briefing November 16 2020

Daily Briefing November 16 2020 Free to read: Bulkers leaving Australia for China drop sharply amid political tensions | Trade tensions highlight reality of ‘Australia-style’…         Free to read: Bulkers leaving Australia for China drop sharply amid political tensions | Trade tensions highlight reality of ‘Australia-style’…         https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1134507/Daily%20Briefing%20November%2016%202020?utm_source=search&utm_medium=RSS&utm_term=&utm_campaign=search_rss14th November 20203:03 am

Shipping’s slow and steady path to a greener future

Shipping’s slow and steady path to a greener future The International Maritime Organization’s environmental authority will decide on new greenhouse gas emission levels, but how much they will actually…        Related Stories Recognising maritime’s unsung heroes Digitalisation is really about thinking differently Biden should be a shipping-friendly president   The International Maritime Organization’s environmental authority…

Capital Gas ‘in talks’ with charterers as first newbuild arrives

Capital Gas ‘in talks’ with charterers as first newbuild arrives Four vessels are without ready employment. Group executive Jerry Kalogiratos said talks related to the uncovered vessels were ongoing        Related Stories Greek dry bulk owners suffer tough quarter Trade tensions highlight reality of ‘Australia-style’ solutions Hapag-Lloyd benefits from ‘rigorous cost management’   Four vessels…