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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - September

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.

In this episode Marcus and Gary explore the varying fortunes of different shipping sectors.

How hard will the landing be for container shipping as the party ends? Finally, some good news in offshore marine. And tankers set for a bull run.

Listeners can also find out whether Gary really did drown in decarbonisation at SMM 2022.

We examine the rationale behind the Suez Canal toll increases.

And focus on safety in early-stage ammonia and hydrogen projects at sea.

You can hear about all these stories and much more by listening now to the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes  in the player above or on the app of your choice.

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Links to stories featured in this episode:

Upgrading existing ships a vital tool in decarbonisation journey

Container shipping profits will drop by 80% in 2023/24: HSBC report

Drowning in decarbonisation

Offshore buoyant on a rising tide

Ship finance returns to growth for first time in 11 years

Larger vessels linked to higher waiting times at Hamburg port

Lines seize Golden Week opportunity for blank sailings

Suez Canal to hike transit tolls in 2023

Tankers ‘set up for a very good bull run’

Safety paramount in early-stage ammonia and hydrogen projects

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