Mr. Apostolos Belokas, Managing Editor, SAFETY4SEA, is speaking at SKAI TV for the upcoming annual green shipping event. The 2018 GREEN4SEA Conference is due on Wednesday, 7th of March at the Lighthouse at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC).
The video presents an hyperlapse tour of the world’s largest ship, ‘Symphony of the Seas’, owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International, under construction at STX Shipyard in France. The ship is scheduled to be delivered in March 2018. ‘Symphony of the Seas’ is the fourth in the company’s Oasis-class series and its 25th ship in general.
The video illustrates the work the all 18 Regional Seas programmes around the globe, launched in 1974, as one of UNEP’s most significant achievements, aiming to address accelerating degradation of the world’s oceans and coastal areas through a “shared seas” approach.
In its 2018 edition, the ‘Allianz Risk Barometer’ surveyed more than 1,900 risk experts from 80 countries about the perils that worry them most, in order to identify the most important risks for companies for the next 12 months. The video provides insight about the 10 major threats for companies through 2018 and beyond.
As part of the recently launched BP Energy Outlook 2018 examining the ‘most likely’ path for global energy markets through to 2040, BP’s chief economist Mr. Spencer Dale explores the acceleration of renewables, highlighting that renewables in power are the fastest-growing energy source accounting for over 50% of the increase in power generation.
The BSEE Gulf of Mexico Region has developed a new marine training video focusing on the elimination of debris associated with oil and gas operations on the Outer Continental Shelf. Marine debris are an increasing problem in recent decades.
The Internet of Things is a reality and gives us access to data from millions of devices, due to the convergence of multiple technologies today. The animated video, issued by IBM’s Think Academy, provides an insight on how it works. A “thing” is any object with embedded electronics that can transfer data over a network, without any human interaction.
The Johan Sverdrup Riser platform is being constructed at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard on Geoje island in South Korea. The Johan Sverdrup development is now nearly 70% complete, which is according to plan, and investment costs are continuing its positive trend. The project will be developed in several phases.
Shell Exploration and Production Tanzania Limited are working with the Government of Tanzania to develop cost competitive development options for the Tanzania Gas and LNG project and establishment of the commercial framework for the project.
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