Articles & Video
Chris Menkiti: liquefaction, changes and future trends to decrease risk
We caught up with Chris Menkiti after his presentation at Shipping Transformation Asia, to find out more about the complexities of liquefaction and future trends which may reduce the risk to vessels and their crew.
Maritime sanctions & corruption: You're liable for more than you think
Ahead of the Managing Sanctions and Anti-Corruption in Shipping Seminar, we spoke with Kevin Cooper to better understand the current maritime landscape, paper tigers, and compliance challenges in the shipping industry.
Ports and Terminals Insurance: sensible and realistic risk management
Ahead of the 4th annual Ports and Terminals Insurance Seminar we spoke with Frans van Zoelen, Head of Legal at Havenbedrijf Rotterdam N.V. (Port of Rotterdam) and Chairman of the IAPH Legal Committee, about sensible and realistic risk management.
Robert Yildirim on losing the LBCT bid
Robert Yildirim is one of a rare breed in the world of shipping, someone who is not only prepared to speak his mind, but also let his feelings be known.
Salvors facing greater safety concerns
The afternoon of the International Salvage Union Associate Members' Day event in London last month was not for the faint hearted, as attendees learned something of the practical problems following fires on very large container ships.
CMA TV: Celebrating 150 years of the UK P&I Club
Ahead of CMA Shipping 2019, we spoke with Andrew Taylor and Stuart Edmonston from the UK P&I Club about the Club’s activities and the importance of safety at sea. 2019 marks the 150th anniversary of the Club, and they plan to celebrate the event’s significance through an exciting project called Investing in A Safer Tomorrow.
Maersk amends dangerous cargo stowage rule in wake of Honam
Carrier moves to prohibit the stowage of dangerous cargo near the ships’ accommodation block and engine room following extensive safety review in the wake of the Maersk Honam disaster.
Mystery of the cargo ships that sink when their cargo suddenly liquefies
Susan Gourvenec, Professor of Offshore Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Southampton, takes a look at the issues of cargo liquefaction and recommends some solutions.
Pushing the Envelope: The Consolidation Issue #4
As the industry is still figuring out the real impact of consolidation on the market and business operations, in this month’s Pushing the Envelope, we look at the emerging trends in shipping that might shape the sector’s future.
Pushing the Envelope: The Safety Issue #1
The first content collaboration between KNect365 Maritime and Lloyd’s List is free to download here.
Emissions Challenges: 2018 & Beyond
Thomas Kirk, Director of Environmental Performance at ABS, reviews the upcoming emissions challenges for shipping and how to comply with regulations
Who killed LOF?
Pressures, especially from insurers, push the salvage and wreck removal industry to drop the well-established Lloyd's Open Form (LOF), but how could salvors survive with amended or alternative contracts?