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The Lloyd's List Shipping Podcast

Either listen at your desk or on the move, the Lloyd’s List Shipping Podcast provides you with a weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping, with top industry guests and expert analysis. Select the link below or subscribe via your usual podcast provider.

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What does the SHIP act mean for shipping?

Lloyd’s List senior maritime reporter Tomer Raanan walks you through the latest raft of US sanctions authorities with the help of two experts

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why women need their own day in the maritime calendar

A male boss in the 1970s told one of the Wista founders that she needed to be a cold bitch or an ‘easy lay’ to get ahead in shipping. Lloyd’s List celebrates a world where such sentiments are no longer shared or aired

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is NYK betting too much on decarbonisation?

The Lloyd’s List Podcast moves to Japan this week, where NYK chief executive Takaya Soga shares his insights on why helming the shipping group is like swinging at baseballs

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What happens next for tankers?

Talking tankers. Andrew Wilson, Head of Research and Consultancy Services at BRS Shipbrokers talks to Lloyd’s List editor-in-chief Richard Meade about the dynamics shaping the tanker markets over the next few years

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Law & regulation

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What does the SHIP act mean for shipping?

Lloyd’s List senior maritime reporter Tomer Raanan walks you through the latest raft of US sanctions authorities with the help of two experts

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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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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why the flagging standards of flag states are a problem for everyone

Between dark fleet ships evading sanctions and fraudulently flagged ships disappearing off the radar completely, there is a growing number of old, unsafe ships trading outside of the established rules based order of global trading standards. At the heart of the problem are flag states that fail to offer basic oversight of the ships they purport to regulate and that gap threatens a environmental catastrophe

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The lingering scandal of Brillante Virtuoso

The murder of David Mockett, the maritime surveyor at the heart of the Brillante Virtuoso scandal, continues to cast a long shadow over the shipping and insurance sectors. But for his wife and family who, 13 years after his death have never received payment or compensation, the case remains a daily reminder of the human tragedy behind one of the biggest marine insurance frauds in Lloyd’s of London history

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Sustainability
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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why women need their own day in the maritime calendar

A male boss in the 1970s told one of the Wista founders that she needed to be a cold bitch or an ‘easy lay’ to get ahead in shipping. Lloyd’s List celebrates a world where such sentiments are no longer shared or aired

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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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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why moving from ambition to action is easier said than done

The podcast comes from Athens this week where the industry’s progressive wing have been trying to move the decarbonisation debate from ambition to action at the Global Maritime Forum

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Sanctions

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why shipping is about to be a sanctions crackdown target

A sanctions crackdown targeting shipping looms large in both the US and European Union this week as regulators prepare to tighten the screws on those who are trying to circumvent measures. As the EU prepares to ban ships with a history of Automatic Identification System gaps and suspicious ship-to-ship transfers, the Lloyd’s List Podcast this week examines what the coming crackdown could mean and why senior industry sources are so nervous about the details yet to be agreed

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why shipping is not ready for sanctions enforcement

Regulators appear to be gearing up for an enforcement campaign, following an unprecedented influx of sanctions targeting Russia, but the expert guests speaking on this week’s edition of the Lloyd’s List Podcast believe that the industry is still nowhere near ready for what is about to follow

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The Ukraine effect: Black Sea trade one year on

Chapter 5: Quite apart from the extraordinary creation of the grain corridor, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had a profound impact on trade in the Black Sea. One year on, Lloyd’s List examines the lasting implications for shipping activity and looks at how Ukraine’s limited export channels are holding up

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Markets

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is NYK betting too much on decarbonisation?

The Lloyd’s List Podcast moves to Japan this week, where NYK chief executive Takaya Soga shares his insights on why helming the shipping group is like swinging at baseballs

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What happens next for tankers?

Talking tankers. Andrew Wilson, Head of Research and Consultancy Services at BRS Shipbrokers talks to Lloyd’s List editor-in-chief Richard Meade about the dynamics shaping the tanker markets over the next few years

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What happens next for dry bulk?

Lloyd’s List markets editor Rob Willmington talks to BIMCO chief analyst Niels Rasmussen about the outlook for the dry bulk markets as part of a mini-series of shipping market outlook podcasts

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What happens next for containers?

Unpacking the box market. Lloyd’s List containers editor James Baker and Xeneta chief analyst Peter Sand guide you through the current situation in the container market and the outlook for the quarters ahead

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Digitalisation & technology

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How does an economist solve shipping’s climate conundrum?

Two of the shipping industry’s leading academics, Professor Siri Pettersen Strandenes and Dr Martin Stopford, join the podcast this week to discuss everything from the shifting nature of shipping economics to the digital and logistic solutions they would urge the industry to consider in response

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Top 10 for 2022

It was a record-breaking year for the Lloyd’s List Podcast with more people around the world than ever before listening to top interviews with industry leaders, in-depth insight and expert analysis on the key topics shaping the maritime industry. This is the Top 10 for the past 12 months

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Can Japanese gambling deliver autonomous shipping?

What has the Apollo astronaut programme got to do with ageing Japanese seafarers and funding for autonomous shipping? Listen to this week’s edition of the Lloyd’s List Podcast to find out

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to balance ambition with uncertainty

Decarbonisation commitments, demand signals and pledges are great, but the true test of progress will be within shipping companies themselves and right now the vast majority are not clear what their strategy is. Shipowners exist in a grey area and it’s an uncomfortable place to be. This week’s edition of the podcast looks at the difficult balancing act that shipowners must perform as they weigh up their climate ambition against strategic uncertainty

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Finance & Insurance

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What this year’s P&I renewals mean for shipping

This year’s annual P&I renewals have been less dramatic than previous editions — Minimal vessel churn combined with higher premiums, improved investment returns and modest pool claims saw marine mutuals find a sweet spot. Our insurance editor David Osler pulled together a panel of industry experts to examine what it means for shipping

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The lingering scandal of Brillante Virtuoso

The murder of David Mockett, the maritime surveyor at the heart of the Brillante Virtuoso scandal, continues to cast a long shadow over the shipping and insurance sectors. But for his wife and family who, 13 years after his death have never received payment or compensation, the case remains a daily reminder of the human tragedy behind one of the biggest marine insurance frauds in Lloyd’s of London history

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The outlook for shipping in 2024 and beyond

The world is living through the most dangerous time since the Cuban missile crisis. Geopolitical tension is keeping everyone awake at night, but there is at least a confidence among our expert panel from BIMCO, Citi, Shell and Cargill that shipping will manage to meet the International Maritime Organization’s goal of net zero emissions sometime around mid-century, probably…

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why three P&I clubs are dishing out $80m

Three of the five International Group affiliates that have announced strategies for the 2024 renewal have included sweeteners totalling more than $80m. But are the payouts as generous as they look? This week’s edition of the podcast offers a deep dive into the P&I landscape at the halfway point in renewal season

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is NYK betting too much on decarbonisation?

The Lloyd’s List Podcast moves to Japan this week, where NYK chief executive Takaya Soga shares his insights on why helming the shipping group is like swinging at baseballs

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How long can Ukraine keep its grain corridor open?

Ukraine’s Black Sea corridor is an undeniable success. Ships are sailing into and out of Ukraine outside of an international agreement and most importantly without direct Russian interference. It is a critical route for grain export and many countries besides Ukraine have a vested interest in its continued operation. Ukraine says the military is key to the corridor functioning. This week we discuss how true this is, and whether or not a lack of military aid could really result in the route’s closure

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why are some shipowners prepared to run the Red Sea gauntlet?

The wait-and-see period for shipping is well and truly over — ships of all types are now rerouting away from the Red Sea as air strikes against the Houthis failed to stem attacks and insurance rates spiked in response. But not everyone is leaving and shipping’s risk appetite is increasingly a question of national association as much as it is an individual security assessment

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The Ukraine effect podcast: Shipping’s shifting macro risk

Chapter 4: The macroeconomic and geopolitical risk factors that determine long-term strategic thinking in shipping are becoming more complicated and the conflict in Ukraine has left businesses reassessing their options

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