Owners look to lay-up as they navigate COVID-19 trade declines.
Reactivation requirements, anchorage choice and how best to protect their tonnage among the key challenges facing operators.
Portcast brings next-generation cargo predictability to shipping.
Nidhi Gupta, Portcast’s director and co-founder, speaks to LR about the company’s recent success.
Looking forward to Australia's future in renewable energy.
Whilst fully-commercial hybrid power plants are still a way off, pumped storage, batteries and green hydrogen can all play a part in Australia’s energy transition.
Oil market turbulence pivots focus on floating storage technical needs
A look at class requirements and technical challenges associated with converting tankers to moored units and storing fuel.
The strategies to success for conducting remote HAZID & HAZOP studies.
As well as being crucial to mitigating safety and environmental risks, Hazard Identification (HAZID) and Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) studies are often on the critical path for project execution.
Floating offshore wind - a national prize or a lost opportunity?
Mark Spring discusses the key points from the latest SSE report, exploring opportunities for the UK and why floating wind is key to meeting the Government's 2030 target.
Delivering enhanced ROI from asset management data in Oil and Gas
How to realise the benefits of digital technologies
Remote and present: business as usual despite COVID-19 challenges.
The COVID-19 outbreak may have some regions in lockdown but our people are ready to help.
Decarbonisation viewpoint: why shipping needs R&D support.
Esben Poulsson, President of the ICS on the need for an R&D programme to ensure the industry can deploy zero-carbon technologies and propulsion systems that meet IMO goals.
Life after IMO 2020: What’s next on the regulatory landscape?
Matthew Williams takes a closer look at developments and requirements for safety and environment regulation from now up to 2025.