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The shipping industry has had to adapt rapidly since Vladimir Putin’s military invaded Ukraine in February 2022. Available evidence suggests prolonged warfare and enhanced sanctions will continue to throw up twists and turns for shipping in 2023.

As Moscow’s swelling axis of trading allies tests the West’s sanctions and compliance regime, shipping will be forced to navigate new trading and legal obstacles. Ukraine itself, besides human cost, braces for an almost 40% grain production drop and anaemic GDP growth this year.

In this special edition podcast, our analysis team and invited industry leaders will address the ‘what’s ahead’ for shipping, including seafarer impact and the changing role of the globally recognised ‘dark fleet’, first identified by Lloyd’s List, at the vanguard of sanctions subversion.


  • Richard Meade, Lloyd’s List editor
  • Daniel Martin, partner at HFW
  • Guy Platten, secretary general of the International Chamber of Shipping
  • Niels Rasmussen, chief shipping analyst at BIMCO
  • Peter Sands, chief analyst at Xeneta
  • David Osler, Lloyd’s List’s Insurance and Law editor
  • Cormac McGarry, associate director at Control Risks
  • Michelle Wiese Bockmann, Lloyd’s List’s markets editor
  • Anders Hovelrud of DNK
  • Bridget Diakun, Lloyd’s List data analyst
  • Katerina Kononenko, port agent at Avalon Shipping
  • Yuliia Matalinets, surveyor at Eurogal
  • Daniil Melnychenko data analyst at Informall Business Group

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