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Energy Transition | Shipping

Freight markets and decoding the crew change challenge during a pandemic

Energy | Electric Power | Energy Oil | Refined Products | Bunker Fuel | Metals | Steel | Petrochemicals | Shipping | Tankers

Market Movers Americas, Jan 24-28: Texas petrochemical complex ramps up; US power and bunker prices soar

Agriculture | Shipping | Dry Freight

Platts Dry Freight Wire

Energy Transition | Renewables | LNG | Coronavirus

Asia Energy Transition Conference

Energy | Natural Gas | Shale Gas

Appalachia's forward gas market shrugs off production drop as cash, balmo prices rise

Energy | Electric Power | Energy Transition | Hydrogen | Natural Gas | Natural Gas (European)

Insight from Moscow: Russia aiming to take major role in global hydrogen markets

Listen: Freight markets and decoding the crew change challenge during a pandemic

Seafarers are key to keeping the world's supply chain and maritime trade flowing. However, thousands of seafarers have been stuck on board and unable to get ashore due to coronavirus restrictions. Shipping market participants are making calls to governments to ease the restriction imposed on making crew changes in their countries. To discuss this and the developments in freight markets, S&P Global Platts Senior Editor Sameer Mohindru speaks to Hafnia Tankers Executive Vice President, Technical, Ralph Juhl and Platts Senior Managing Editor Pradeep Rajan.