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.
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.
China 150: Driving growth and opportunity
LR Marine and Offshore Director Nick Brown reflects on significant Chinese partnerships
New Technology trends are accelerating the use cases of IoT, enabling
Our voice on the Internet of Things, Ravikumar Jeevarathinam, reviews the increasingly compelling case for incorporating the IoT into business transformation initiatives in his latest article published in CIO Advisor APAC.
Sulphur 2020: Checkpoint for charterers.
With the imminent 1 January 2020 deadline approaching, LR has produced the following guide to assist charterers in assessing a ship’s readiness for compliance with the new regulation.
Spotlight on Africa
Goz Gwam, Business Development Manager for Sub Saharan Africa, looks at LR’s role in Africa.
Using Customised Assurance to stay ahead of the competition.
With competition in the food market getting fiercer, many companies are now going beyond minimum expectations. Stuart Kelly – our Head of Customised Assurance - discusses how businesses can ensure these rigorous standards are consistently applied.
190814 De-risk innovation
LR helps businesses take an agile approach to innovation, bringing internal teams and external experts together to co-create solutions to industry challenges. We look at how it works.
Artificial Intelligence in Safety: pitfalls to look out for
The Digital Revolution has opened some exciting doors in the way organisations measure health and safety in real-time. Here, James Pomeroy – our group health, safety, environment and security director - talks about the hurdles to watch out for.
Big data: big opportunities.
Fully connected and flexible systems – the concept behind Industry 4.0 – provides a wealth of opportunities for continuous improvement in food safety culture, assuming that the data gathered is interpreted efficiently.