Food Safety: Looking back, moving forward.
On World Food Safety Day, Lloyd’s Register’s leading food experts pause for breath and ask ‘what now for food safety?’ following an extraordinary year.
Making the case for cloud technology.
The COVID-19 pandemic has once again highlighted the need for digitalisation in the maritime industry. Being faced with a new reality, companies need to accelerate the adoption of new technologies to keep pace with current and emerging competitors.
Huge potential to boost sustainable operation on inland waterways.
Reducing the carbon profile of many hundreds of inland waterway cargo vessels through well-thought-out retrofits and replacement tonnage could help address emissions concerns.
Decision-making and investment now may come at a price for oil & gas.
The oil & gas market has been subject to gross underinvestment for the last decade, says Sean van der Post, LR’s Global Offshore Business Manager.
Cyprus LNG project – blueprint for the future?
The conversion of a 2002-built LNG carrier, Galea, could well provide an example for many island communities, and even small countries, which lack energy resources of their own but wish to embark on a decarbonisng process.
Change brings opportunity.
Seeking the right path for business benefits from change.
Hope springs forth.
Supporting performance during times of transformation.
ESG rules, rather than regulations, will nudge shipping to net zero.
Decarbonising shipping will require forward-thinking companies to take commercial decisions based on robust analysis of climate-related risks and opportunities driven by rapidly evolving ESG criteria.
Decarbonising shipping – could ammonia be the fuel of the future?
A close look at the benefits, drawbacks and current status of ammonia as a potential marine fuel as the shipping industry transitions to a zero-carbon future.
Health and safety: The year everything changed.
James Pomeroy, LR’s Director of Quality, Health, Environment and Safety, reflects on the trends and learnings from the coronavirus pandemic.