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Enes Tunagur

Sustainability Editor


Enes joined Lloyd's List as Sustainability Editor in 2023. He previously worked at commodity price reporting agency Argus Media for more than six years in London, specialising in marine fuel and electricity markets. Before that role, he worked as a television reporter for the Turkish financial news channel Bloomberg HT.


Enes is from İstanbul, Türkiye (Turkey). He loves watching tennis, basketball and football and supports his hometown club Beşiktaş.

Latest From Enes Tunagur

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A group of shipping companies, green hydrogen producers and engine designers pledged to scale up green hydrogen production and provide the necessary infrastructure for the industry to reach IMO targets during COP28 in Dubai

Sustainability Energy

CMB.Tech to install WinGD ammonia engines on 16 newcastlemaxes

Ammonia-powered newbuilding vessel orders start to emerge as engine designers including WinGD, MAN and Wärtsilä  aim to start delivering ammonia engines soon

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Sea Cargo Charter to align with new IMO strategy

The initiative looks to broaden its scope of membership to shipowners, while its 37 members already represent 17% of total bulk cargo transported annually

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Larger carbon capture role will cost $30trn more in energy transition, new paper says

New paper argues there is no evidence to prove costs related to carbon capture and storage fell in the last 40 years, making it financially unviable to rely on CCS for decarbonisation throughout the economy

Sustainability Energy

Shipping showcases its decarbonisation progress at COP28

COP28 could be decisive for shipping’s efforts to decarbonise. High-level pledges and agreements around CO2 pricing and a fair energy transition for developing nations dominate the agenda in Dubai

Sustainability Energy

Russia ousted from IMO Council

Member states of the International Maritime Organization have ousted Russia from the IMO Council. At the same time, Liberia was elected as a member of the organisation’s executive body for a two-year term

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