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Additive Manufacturing Qualification Workshop

What are the safety and quality criteria that need to be satisfied to achieve product certification?

ENHANCED SURVEY PROGRAMME (ESP) GUIDANCE BOOKLET FOR ALL SHIP TYPES IN PREPARATION FOR SPECIAL SURVEY Revision 13.5

As part of the ESP requirements, a survey planning questionnaire and survey programme is required to be prepared by the owners/managers at least six months in advance of the special survey and submitted to Lloyd's Register for agreement for all ships that are assigned the ESP notation.

Survey
Marine & Shipping

Environmental International Regulatory Roadmap

Compliance with future and emerging regulation is one of the biggest challenges the marine industry faces. There are many different solutions available, all at different levels of technological maturity and involving different commercial risks. We can help you make the right choices for your operations, by providing an understanding of the issues and by helping you to develop a strategy, implement it and provide operational assurance.

Regulation
Marine & Shipping

Understanding ballast water management

Shipping moves over 80% of the world’s commodities and transfers approximately three to five billion tonnes of ballast water internationally every year. Ballast water is essential to the safe and efficient operation of shipping, but it also poses a serious ecological, economic and health threat through the transfer of invasive aquatic species inadvertently carried in it.

Publication
Marine & Shipping

Available ballast water treatment systems

The Ballast Water Management Convention will have an impact right across the shipping industry, affecting a wide variety of people, and presenting different challenges and pressures

Publication
Marine & Shipping

Approval of Installation of Ballast Water Treatment Systems on LR Classed Ships

This document provides guidance for the approval of the installation of ballast water treatment systems (BWTSs) on board Lloyd’s Register (LR) classed ships and is to be considered as a supporting document to the relevant Sections of the applicable LR Rules. This document provides information on what information will be required by LR to appraise a ballast water treatment system (BWTS) and guidance on good practice. This document is also intended to support clients by making clear the differences between statutory approval and class approval of a BWTS.

Guidance Notes
Marine & Shipping

Training Understanding advanced drilling techniques

This independent course is intended for industry professionals who wish to expand their knowledge of the following advanced drilling techniques (ADT): coil tubing drilling (CTD) managed pressure drilling (MPD) underbalanced drilling (UBD) through-tubing rotary drilling (TTRD) The course explains how these technologies can help overcome drilling issues and maximise potential economic returns in depleted and brown fields. Participants will gain a unique insight into advanced drilling techniques through the practical integration of theory and actual drilling data, reinforced by the extensive use of real case studies from throughout the world.

Training: Formation damage: risks and remedies

This course is intended for industry professionals who wish to develop or expand their knowledge of formation damage and how optimum productivity and injectivity can be assured.

Training: Managing Sand Production: Sand failure prediction and control

It estimated that 70% of the world’s oil and gas reserves are contained in reservoirs where sand production is, or will become, a problem during the life of the field. Consequently, an effective sand management strategy is critical in maximising hydrocarbon production while minimising sand production. This can only be achieved through a fully integrated, multidisciplinary approach including geomechanical engineering to determine the likelihood and extent of sand production, and completions engineering to select, design and install the most appropriate sand control strategy.

Advanced Equipment and Scenario Well Control Training - Lloyd’s Register Energy - Drilling Training Academy - The Well Academy

A unique team-based training experience for rig supervisory personnel that combines advanced equipment and scenario well control training enabling crew resource management to be introduced and applied.

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