From the price of oil to environmental regulation, 2015 was a year of turmoil and uncertainty for the marine sector. Despite this, there were some common global trends that will define 2016, according to Tim Schweikert, President & CEO of GE Marine
Presenting the key finding of the latest United Nations survey on international migrant trends, the UN Deputy Secretary-General stressed that the issue of migration is one of the most challenging and important that the Organization is taking on in the new global landscape.
Any activity in the oil and gas sector is subject to risks caused by threats and vulnerabilities. This increasingly also applies to risks due to digital vulnerabilities. Unwanted incidents, both intentional and unintentional, can affect individuals, companies and society at large.
The Swedish P&I Club has issued a new report entitled Main Engine” Damage” which reveals that incorrect maintenance and repair continues to be the most frequent cause of main engine damage.
GRI has released a report entitled ”Sustainability and Reporting Trends in 2025” which reveals that the next decade will require concrete action on the most important matters if we are going to create a more sustainable business environment and world.
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STS operations must be risk assessed before committing28/09/2020
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French partnership working to decrease pipeline inspection costs28/09/2020
PSA Norway issues order concerning ‘West Mira’ disconnection incident28/09/2020
Hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones: Safety considerations for vessels28/09/2020
IUMI highlights big data and digitalization importance in shipping28/09/2020
Saudi Arabia urges UN for an oil spot off Yemen’s abandoned tanker28/09/2020
Enclosed space entry guide addresses risks and causes28/09/2020