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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - June

In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.

Find out how and why is Maersk moving cargo in China’s cabotage market.

Why is 10.5% of the containership fleet being tied up in delays good news for the box market sector?

How were developments at MEPC 78 received?

What went on at Posidonia 2022?

How does engine load relate to methane slip on LNG carriers?

What does the Ocean Shipping Reform Act 2022 mean for international shipping?

What’s the latest on the EU ETS and its passage through the EU?

Why is bad news for the world economy such good news for shipping?

Why is Lamprell mulling a fire sale?

What does the Shell and CMA CGM decarbonisation tie up have to do with road and aviation?

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Links to stories featured in this episode

Maersk marks opening of China cabotage market

10.5% of containership fleet remains unavailable due to delays

‘Further action is needed’ as MEPC 78 gets underway and MEPC 78: ‘Wasted opportunity’ or ‘important progress’ on GHG emissions?

Seatrade Maritime News’ full coverage from Posidonia 2022

Low loads double methane slip on LNG carrier voyage

US President Biden lauds passage of Ocean Shipping Reform Act 2022

European Parliament passes ETS shipping changes

Positive shipping outlook, negative world outlook

Lamprell mulling fire sale in the face of liquidity crisis

Maritime to lead transport decarbonisation under Shell - CMA CGM deal

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