With the IMO 2020 global sulphur cap kicking in on January 1, the maritime industry faces what has been described as its single biggest regulatory challenge since the requirement for double-hull tankers almost 30 years ago.
And beyond that the ambition to halve shipping’s carbon emissions by 2050, approaching zero by the end of the century, will require what International Maritime Organization secretary-general Kitack Lim has described as a ‘new propulsion revolution.
This issue of Seatrade Maritime Review contains a topical selection of news-driven feature articles, personality profiles, market analyses of major shipping segments, country & regional reports, and technical subjects.
- Markets: Tanker, LNG, Dry Bulk, Liner
- Analysis: GHG Challenge, IMO 2020 and Beyond, SELIS Logistics Project, Profile: Mexico's Fernando Chico Pardo
- Seen & Heard: Maritime Cyprus, LISW19, UAE Maritime Week
- Asia: Hong Kong, China
- Europe: Med transhipment hubs, Malta, Gibraltar
- Middle East: Kuwait
- Americas: Mexico
- Technical: Bridge, Nav, Satcoms, Software, Scrubbers, LNG Technology
- In Tribute: Sam Ignarski
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