Green energy: offshore wind on spectacular growth trajectory.
Global investment in offshore wind is forecast to soar in the coming decade. LR’s Tristan Chapman discusses some of the market fundamentals.
Proactive vs. reactive cyber security strategies in maritime.
2020 has put maritime organisations in the firing line for cyber-attacks, and they can no longer afford to bury their head in the sand. Nettitude’s Tim Percival discusses what actions needs to be taken to stay ahead of this rising tide.
Decarbonisation requires an international, co-ordinated response.
The industry must remain united in working towards a truly global regulatory framework that implements the Initial GHG Strategy, according to IMO Secretary General, Kitack Lim.
Dedicated Maritime Decarbonisation Hub: converting words into action.
LR’s Hub will provide a platform for the acceleration and integration of industry wide initiatives, bringing together technology, investment and community readiness levels to provide evidence based pathways through technology demonstration projects.
Intelligent Operations in oil and gas: Improvements from data
Fragmented data and multiple point solutions are holding operators back from maintenance and cost efficiencies. Find out how to better leverage your data.
Does biodiesel have a place in the marine fuel purchasing portfolio?
Tim Wilson highlights the potential for biodiesel as a marine fuel and outlines the key points to consider when using it as a blend.
Looking to a greener future for the maritime industry.
Alastair Marsh reflects on his time at the helm of Lloyd’s Register.
Lloyd’s Register is a very different company to the one Alastair Marsh first encountered when he joined in 2007. As the LR CEO signs off on his 14-year tenure, five of which leading the organisation as CEO, he shares his reflections.
Famous art reimagined for a zero-carbon maritime industry.
Lloyd’s Register marks the launch of its Maritime Decarbonisation Hub with a virtual gallery launch and a leadership debate on the transition to a zero-carbon future.
Cyber security for superyacht sector now top priority.
An increase in cyber-attacks, and new IMO requirements on the sector’s cyber security systems from January, are pushing robust risk management up the agenda.