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  • Ship to ship transfer safety

    Ship to ship (STS) transfer is the term primarily applied to the transfer of crude oil, petroleum products, liquid bulk chemicals and liquefied gas between sea-going tankers. There is also an increasing reliance on dry bulk cargo transfers between ships, but these are not specifically considered here.

     

  • Amid global volatility, marine insurers are...

    Recent events such as the COVID-19 pandemic and explosion in Beirut have underscored the need for marine insurers to develop better ways to understand their risk exposure at both a macro and micro level. For events of this magnitude, the impact on industry participants is significant: the Beirut explosion has caused $15billion in damage while the impact of COVID-19 will be profound and long-lasting.

  • Concirrus Automates Digital Portfolio Management...

    Leading Insurtech, Concirrus has announced a fully automated, algorithmically driven underwriting application for Marine Insurance. A company or syndicate can use the application to triage and quote business instantly from any location, at any time.

  • New sanctions regimes and compliance issues for...

    There has never been greater focus by sanctions authorities on the maritime sector, with increasing pressure on owners, operators and insurers to adopt ever more extensive due diligence and compliance checks in order to manage these changing and complex risks.

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Amid global volatility, marine insurers are prioritizing data management

Recent events such as the COVID-19 pandemic and explosion in Beirut have underscored the need for marine insurers to develop better ways to understand their risk exposure at both a macro and micro level. For events of this magnitude, the impact on industry participants is significant: the Beirut explosion has caused $15billion in damage while the impact of COVID-19 will be profound and long-lasting.

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Ship to ship transfer safety

Ship to ship (STS) transfer is the term primarily applied to the transfer of crude oil, petroleum products, liquid bulk chemicals and liquefied gas between sea-going tankers. There is also an increasing reliance on dry bulk cargo transfers between ships, but these are not specifically considered here.

 
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