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Who Owned the Chemicals that Blew Up Beirut? No One Will SayIn the murky story of how a cache of highly explosive ammonium nitrate ended up on the Beirut waterfront, one thing is clear — no one has ever publicly come forward to claim it.
UN Security Council urged to prevent oil spill from leaking oil tanker wreck off YemenThere is a concern that the dilapidated tanker might rapture causing an explosion and oil spill into the Gulf of Aden, triggering a massive environmental and economic catastrophe.
Forward planning can help shipowners navigate ballast water issues on operational compliance and regulationWe are currently at a critical stage for ballast water management regulations. The focus for many shipowners is now shifting beyond certification to operational compliance, while we are still yet to reach the expected peak of retrofits.
The problem of ships using open-loop scrubbersUncertainty around the sustainability of open-loop scrubbers continues to escalate in the shipping industry ahead of the implementation of the IMO’s sulphur cap in 2020. Varsha Saraogi investigates whether shipowners should be using them.
Risk to Shipping Set to Rise in Middle East with U.S. Attack on Top Iranian CommanderThe risk to shipping in the Persian Gulf region is set to rise following a U.S. airstrike in Iraq that killed a top Iranian commander, just months after spiking to record levels on heightened geopolitical risk.
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