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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - October 2022

Which companies ordered methanol-fuelled ships last month? What happened in port strikes in the UK and Liverpool? How much are LNG carriers earning per day? All these stories and many more are covered in the October episode of Maritime in Minutes.

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 discuss -

  • The latest methanol-fuelled containership orders.
  • What is driving high sulphur fuel oil sales and scrubber installations.
  • Port strikes in Liverpool and South Africa.
  • The European Union’s FuelEU regulation.
  • When container freight rates are expected to bottom out.
  • Russia pulling out of the black sea grain initiative
  • And soaring tanker and LNG carrier markets.

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

Maersk orders six more 17,000 teu methanol boxships

ABS to class more Maersk methanol-fuelled ships

Maersk order boosts MAN methanol engines count

Cosco Shipping splashes out $2.88bn on 12 methanol-fuelled boxships

High price spread driving HFO sales, scrubber installations

Liverpool port pay talks ‘end in chaos’

Latest Port of Liverpool strike sparks war of words

Container shipping to hit bottom in mid-2023 forecasts HSBC

MSC chief Toft warns of ‘some difficult quarters ahead’

EU Parliaments boosts FuelEU Maritime emissions reductions

Transnet agrees pay deal with majority union in South Africa port strike

Russia suspends Black Sea Grain Initiative participation

Tanker market soars, Russian sanctions bolster optimism

LNG carrier rates smash all records ahead of Europe’s winter

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