Decarbonisation viewpoint: why shipping needs R&D support.
Esben Poulsson, President of the ICS on the need for an R&D programme to ensure the industry can deploy zero-carbon technologies and propulsion systems that meet IMO goals.
Life after IMO 2020: What’s next on the regulatory landscape?
Matthew Williams, LR’s Principal Specialist for Strategic Regulatory Projects, takes a closer look at developments and requirements for safety and environment regulation from now up to 2025.
Optimising asset performance using remote technologies.
A reliable plant is a safe plant and a cost-effective plant.
Testing times: getting through Covid-19 together.
Maritime is resilient – we will get through the Covid-19 outbreak by working together.
New UK & I Manager, Elina Papageorgiou talks about her lifetime of shipyards and mixing with maritime people.
Driving towards a sustainable energy mix
Lloyd’s Register hosted a panel session with a cross industry experts who discussed key findings from the OGA’s UKCS 2019 Energy Integration Report.
Integrated energy hubs
A whole new industry. Vast in scale and deploying new technologies, energy hubs could make use of offshore oil & gas infrastructure and the sector’s know-how.
Lessons 15 years on: Commercialising offshore carbon storage
‘Every degree matters’ in the words of the Committee on Climate Change. Developing carbon capture and storage is back on the agenda after withdrawal of UK funding in 2015.
High Potential Incidents: an untapped goldmine to improve safety.
Focusing on the potential of an incident rather than the outcome provides fertile ground to improve safety, but it requires changes in how we engage, investigate, learn and measure.
Ship recycling – new regulatory requirements for owners.
By 31 December 2020, all ships entering a European Union port or anchorage will require a valid and certificated Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) on board, according to the requirements of the 2013 EU Ship Recycling Regulation.