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Adam Sharpe

Vice President, Editorial, Lloyd’s List Intelligence


Adam was previously Publishing Director for IEG Vu and IEG Policy, Editor of Agra Europe, and held senior reporting roles for market-leading publications such as The Public Ledger and Foodnews.

Before he became a journalist, Adam worked in the marketing industry for leading UK and multinational companies. He has a BA (Hons) degree in management from the University of Brighton.

Latest From Adam Sharpe

The Week in Charts: Leaked EU Fuel plans | Bulker orders | Yantian Port logjam

A leaked draft of the EU’s multi-pronged plan to force shipping towards greener fuel choices confirms the worst fears of industry and green NGOs alike. Meanwhile there has been a significant increase in the bulker orderbook so far this year and Yantian Port starts to work its way through the box ship backlog

International Week in Charts

The week in charts: China-Australia iron ore trade | Transpacific boxship deployment | Yantian congestion

The frosty relationship between China and Australia has already affected trade in commodities such as coal, barley and cotton but Beijing will find it more difficult to find alternative suppliers of iron ore. Meanwhile, Lloyd’s List crunches the numbers on the boxship pile-up around China’s southern ports

Containers Dry Bulk

Economic Outlook: Vaccine rollout key to rebound in global economy

Coronavirus knocked trillions of dollars off global GDP last year and resulted in economic momentum shifting away from western countries towards Asia. Technological developments kept the world moving, but an effective rollout of vaccines is needed for growth to return

Political Risk and Trade Dry Bulk

From the News Desk: What’s in store for shipping in 2021?

Time will tell what lessons shipping has learnt from the pandemic-led disruption of this year, but 2021 will bring issues such as the transition to decarbonisation and digital integration closer to the fore

International Tankers and Gas

IMO condemns ‘no crew change’ clauses in charterparties

Clauses in charterparties that prohibit crew changes are undermining efforts to resolve the crew-change crisis and go against calls to designate seafarers as key workers, the International Maritime Organization has stressed

International Crewing

From the News Desk: The Seafarer stands tall in our annual rankings

Selecting a list of the most influential people in shipping is never an easy task — there will always be those who disagree with certain inclusions, exclusions and positions within the top 100 and those disagreements will probably last until the following year. But in 2020, there was no dispute over who would be number one

International Environment
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