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Supporting the global energy transition through marine energy efficiencies
The marine industry confronts climate change every day, operating in a world of rising seas and strengthening storms. With greener design and more energy-efficient operations, owners and operators can help curb climate change while reducing their costs. The twin goals of environmentally conscious design and improved efficiencies will help guide the industry toward achieving global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions targets.

Jan. 28 2021
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    Choosing the right innovations for your sustainable future
    The energy transition is top of mind for marine and energy stakeholders, as they search for ways to reduce their consumption and the environmental impact. For asset owners, this means more than just picking and choosing sustainable solutions. Achieving maritime decarbonization will require a methodical approach to finding the onboard solutions that target specific asset needs.
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    Nov. 4 2020
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    Restart your Business : Setting sail in the wake of COVID-19
    Organizations around the world are navigating massive shifts due to COVID-19. The pandemic remains an enormous challenge in terms of humanitarian and health implications that continue to evolve each day. Meanwhile, businesses are grappling with the financial and operational fallout as they fight to keep their heads above water.
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    Oct. 16 2020
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    How digitalization is winning over the maritime industry
    The marine and offshore industry is experiencing a watershed moment, as 2020 is ushering in the era of maritime digitalization. Technology is sweeping through the maritime world at an unprecedented rate, bringing increases in remote work, predictive maintenance, and unmanned platforms. These changes are giving ship owners, offshore operators, technical experts, digital solutions providers and classification societies opportunities to improve safety, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
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    Nov. 24 2020