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LNG and Shipping in the Arctic

This report focuses on the following Arctic Nations and regions: Alaska USA, Canada, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. This work does not include Russia. To better understand the trajectory of LNG uptake in a maritime context across the study region, this work first explores policy positions on natural gas in the study region, then describes LNG bunkering, trade, and infrastructure, and then identifies, discusses, and analyzes the Arctic-capable LNG vessel fleet.

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Maritime safety guidelines on SMS compliance and alternative fuels

While the experience with alternative fuels will at first be limited, the MTF guidelines outline actions for companies to develop new or strengthen existing SMS for alternative fuels on board their fleet. Companies should implement a structured risk management within SMS to proactively identify improvements and learn through non-conformities, accidents and hazardous occurrences related to alternative fuels, or through other companies or pilots.

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supply-chain -outlook

Supply chains in a permanent state of flux

Supply chains face constant disruptions like the Baltimore bridge collapse. Despite challenges, logistics adapt, seen in rerouting around the Red Sea disruptions. Political risks and regulatory uncertainties persist, impacting global trade. Investments in resilience, reshoring, and tech adoption rise amid declining inventories and supplier diversification.

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Ports not ready to process captured carbon from shipping

Efforts to develop onboard carbon capture and storage systems are being stymied by a lack of offloading facilities at ports, according to a new report. This study identified low port readiness as a major bottleneck to the adoption of onboard carbon capture and storage systems as a decarbonisation technology. When it comes to investing in carbon capture and storage infrastructure, ports face a chicken-and-egg dilemma

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Global-trade-outlook

Global trade outlook: further growth ahead

World merchandise trade volume is projected to grow 2.6% in 2024 and 3.3% in 2025, following a larger-than-expected decline of -1.2% in 2023. Import demand in real terms was weak in 2023 in most regions, especially in Europe but also in North America and Asia. The main exceptions were the Middle East and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region, where imports surged.

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Study on the hierarchical structure of container port systems along the South China Sea in the context of low carbon emissions

Under the low-carbon background, 37 ports of countries along the South China Sea with capacity ranking in the world’s top 100 container ports are selected as the research object to establish a shipping network, construct a directed dichotomous shipping network, and divide the port tiers after finding the kernel number by using kernel analysis method, respectively, to explore the relationship between tiers and the relationship between ports at the higher level, and then make clear the direction of the improvement for the reduction of carbon emissions. The results show that: the routes sent between container ports in countries along the […]

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