Verify your production process with AS 9100.
The AS 9100 aerospace quality management standard requires that production processes are verified to ensure they are fully capable of meeting the intended result.
Maintaining the downward trajectory of decommissioning costs.
The OGA’s UKCS Decommissioning Cost Estimate 2020 report shows the total cost have fallen by a further 2%. We discuss how industry can maintain the downward trajectory.
Optimising FPSO maintenance by taking a risk-based approach.
A typical FPSO can be performing up to 40% of unnecessary maintenance because they are unable to quantify the effect of extending maintenance intervals.
A steady hand as Cruise looks to the future.
Joep Bollerman, LR’s Global Manager at Passenger Ship Support Centre in Miami, on lay‑up strategies, remote surveys and potential changes to cruise operations post‑COVID‑19.
AS 9100 & ISO 9001 QMS: Get value from Internal Audits.
The need for an organisation to implement an internal audit programme is a fundamental requirement of both AS9100 series standards and ISO 9001:2015 standards.
Long-term ambitions remain for offshore, despite COVID-19 challenges.
Oil price volatility since the start of 2020 has added to the challenge of COVID‑19 project delays in the oil and gas sector, but nonetheless opportunity remains strong, according to LR's head of offshore, Sean van der Post.
Achieve the perfect turnaround
Is there a way to achieve excellence in turnaround and backlog management despite the current constraints?
Stay connected to our inspectors with LR Remote
The restrictions on movement caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19) turned remote inspections from a possibility to a necessity for many of our customers.
Owners look to lay-up as they navigate COVID-19 trade declines.
Reactivation requirements, anchorage choice and how best to protect their tonnage among the key challenges facing operators.
Looking forward to Australia's future in renewable energy.
Whilst fully-commercial hybrid power plants are still a way off, pumped storage, batteries and green hydrogen can all play a part in Australia’s energy transition.