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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - September in review

Will there be enough green fuels for shipping? ESG is not an option. New fuels, new risk. Container shipping heads to 2016, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.

Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through September in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.

Featured in this episode

  • Fortescue backs ammonia, says no to methanol
  • Shipping will need 40% of all green fuels in 2030
  • Panama Canal warns of further transit cuts
  • ESG framework is essential
  • New fuels, new risks
  • Saudi giga projects and business opportunities
  • Surge in drilling rig demand
  • Greek owners eschew dual-fuel newbuilding orders
  • Container shipping rates head to 2016 levels

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Links to stories featured in this episode:

Fortescue committed to ammonia as a green marine fuel, says methanol not the answer

Shipping needs 40% of global zero carbon fuels to meet 2030 target

Panama Canal could further cut daily transits if drought persists

Developing an ESG framework is absolutely crucial

New fuels, new risks

Giga projects, the blue economy, and port infrastructure business opportunities in Saudi Arabia

Active jack-up rigs in Middle East expected to double driven by Saudi demand

Greek owners on newbuild buying spree for conventional fuelled ships

Container freight rates to hit 2016 levels