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UK comeback for onshore wind

A decision by the UK Government has led to a dramatic reduction in new onshore wind power projects…

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Six facts about shipping fuel quality claims

Tom Wilson offers six facts related to fuel quality claims following the introduction of IMO 2020 at the start of the year…

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Not quite what is seemed

When the manufacturer of a brass valve received notification of a claim relating to the flooding of a luxury 10-storey London apartment block…

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Increasing the supply of cleaner shipping fuel

Commitments to cut climate altering pollution are stimulating new regulations such as IMO 2020, and reshaping marine fuel markets…

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AI, automation and cybersecurity

Automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are transforming the global marine, transportation and logistics sector at a faster rate…

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Powering remote islands

The hybridisation of existing diesel-powered generation with wind turbines, solar photovoltaics and battery energy storage systems…

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Measure noise & temperature

Running noise and temperature logs can be costly but if there is an underground blowout they can be vital in determining whether…

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Keeping the tiger in the cage

70% – 90% of incidents arise from human or organisational error, rather than mechanical or technical reasons…

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Industrial Internet of Things: two sides of the same coin

Gerard Ward sets out the challenges presented to the insurance markets by the era of Industry 4.0…

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