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.
Cutting offshore emissions: Oil and gas platform electrification
The concept of platform electrification can reduce the oil & gas industry’s carbon footprint. So when is this concept viable? Read our blog to find out more.
Net-zero energy: How oil and gas fits in.
What does the UK’s 2050 commitment to net-zero carbon emissions mean for oil & gas? Read our blog on the opportunities nationally and beyond for a low-carbon world.
China: the genesis of the modern offshore project.
LR’s Offshore Technology Manager, Mark Tipping, looks at China’s defining role in offshore construction.
150 years in China: Eye on opportunity.
LR has recognised China’s potential ever since its first surveyor arrived in Shanghai.
Floating Wind – where will the spark come from?
The global deployment of offshore wind technology is bringing decarbonised energy and exciting opportunities to energy consumers, investors, the supply chain and local communities.
UK Food Trends: A Snapshot in Time
Our survey of 1000 UK consumers reveals some powerful insights into the mood and buying habits of today’s shopper.
China 150: Driving growth and opportunity
LR Marine and Offshore Director Nick Brown reflects on significant Chinese partnerships