Stopping a costly, noisy problem for Statoil.
Stopping excessive noise levels on a Main Generator A gas turbine exhaust duct, Norwegian Sea, with a custom-built flow distributor. Read our case study.
Saving water, cutting costs and creating regular revenue for a region
Saving water, cutting costs and creating regular revenue for a region. New $25 million infrastructure project, Permian Basin, Texas. Read our case study.
Keeping offshore decommissioning on track
Our client was decommissioning several of its offshore assets in the North Sea. The operating company asked us to help with planning support, ensuring each project was as efficient and successful as possible.
LR provides classification and certification services for MISC Berhad
First to operate in Malaysia’s deep waters. Classification and certification of semi-submersible floating production unit. Read more in our case study.
A cost and plan for decommissioning over 220 offshore assets.
A cost and plan for decommissioning over 220 offshore assets. Liability estimation and methodology on an asset-by-asset basis. Read our case study.
Ship Performance Group case study
Using high fidelity CFD to better assess vessel stability in the event of damage. See why traditional stability model tests are too simplistic. Read our case study.
Case study: Fistuca
Fistuca has developed novel technology that dramatically reduces the sound of installing underwater pilings at source. Here's how LR's Engineering Dynamics team has helped.
Bringing together marine web mapping and live data from offshore cable installation and trenching vessels. Read more in our case study.
Compliance solutions for Lomar Shipping Lloyd’s Register
Preventing oil from getting into the sea. Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EAL) advice, report and statement of fact to trade in the US. Read our case study.
Running ferries safely on Scandlines’ challenging route.
Ferry operator Scandlines commissioned two new vessels to operate on a challenging route. Factors included high-traffic density, shallow waters, strong currents and the need to berth at a small port.