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.
Addressing the manufacturing threat landscape.
Today, the manufacturing industry promotes innovation, productivity, and trade to capitalize on opportunities created by changing demand and technological advancements.
Wind power strengthens as decarbonisation drive becomes more urgent.
Creating additional thrust through the power of the wind is the focus of many pilot projects but there are signs that some wind-assisted technologies are ready for rollout.
A closer look at naval trends as investment grows.
Significant opportunities exist in this specialised arena as more nations seek to bolster their maritime defence forces.
What are the key takeaways from the IMO’s latest GHG study?
LR's Matthew Williams highlights key findings from the Fourth IMO GHG Study and what this might mean for maritime and the measures to reduce GHG emissions from ships.
Crunch time for global oil and gas business.
Sean van der Post, LR’s Global Offshore Business Manager, addresses the urgent need for the oil and gas industry to adopt new sources of green energy.
How risk-based inspection and maintenance is keeping workers safe.
Risk-based inspection and maintenance techniques have helped to reduce costs whilst keeping workers safe and assets well maintained throughout this challenging time.
What businesses should learn from consumer worries about food safety.
Our expert voice on food, retail and hospitality supply chains, Kimberly Carey Coffin, looks at what the food sector can learn from the findings.
Why the first ever World Risk Poll will make organisations safer.
Lloyd's Register's safety expert James Pomeroy explains how the Lloyd's Register Foundation World Risk Poll will make workplaces safer.
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.