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Ship detained in Russia timber sanctions probe leaves Rostock

The general cargoship diverted to Rostock after a propeller malfunction and was held by German authorities investigating the cargo of wood it was carrying from Russia to Baltimore

Sanctions Containers

Week in charts: Where do Russia’s blacklisted ships trade? | Gulf crisis not affecting container rates | No increase in Chinese or Russian ships transiting Bab el Mandeb

Data reveals where Russian vessels are trading despite sanctions, plus analysis on how the current crisis in the Middle East is affecting shipping’s financial outlook

Week in Charts Tankers and Gas

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to talk to Europe about shipping

With the European elections looming there is a compelling argument for shipping to be far more central in the EU’s future industrial strategy, but are we having the right conversations with politicians and regulators? This week’s podcast features EU transport commissioner Magda Kopczyńska and European Community Shipowners’ Associations secretary-general Sotiris Raptis

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Agreement reached for 1.4m tonne US ammonia plant

Project has been called the first ‘meaningful’ volume of low-carbon ammonia, with production set to start in 2028

Sustainability Fuels

Warnings issued to vessels as Israel strikes Iran

Latest escalation in conflict between Iran and Israel has increased tension for shipping in the Middle East

Containers Political Risk and Trade

Week in charts: Panama canal begins to rebound | IMB report shows piracy spike | Tanker tonne-miles at record levels | Mainlane box rates dip again

Transits through the Panama Canal have begun to recover, a new report reveals a worrying spike in piracy incidents, plus geopolitical turbulence drives record tonne-mile rates

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