Sponsored by Equinor the OSJ Environmental Award is awarded to a company, project or product that has made a significant contribution to reducing the environmental footprint of the OSV industry.
Nominations Close 27th November 2019. Awards are presented at the Annual Offshore Support Journal Awards in London on the evening of February 5th.
Awarded to a tanker operating company judged to have set new industry benchmarks / broken new ground in 2018. This could be through responding innovatively to challenging markets, pioneering new approaches, challenging old orthodoxies, or setting new standards in day-to-day operations.
Presented to an individual, company or institution that has found a solution to an environmental challenge or problem within the tanker industry and/or set new benchmarks in environmental performance. The winning entry will demonstrate actual or potential environmental benefits as a result of implementation.
Presented to a company, an individual or an institution in recognition of an original product or a service that reflects an innovative approach to technology and has demonstrably raised the efficiency and economics of tanker operations. The winning entry will demonstrate actual or potential technical benefits as a result of implementation.
This recognises a product, system or service that has solved an operational challenge or problem within the tanker industry this calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate actual or potential operational benefits as a result of implementation.
The debate around the desirability of full vessel autonomy continues, but the systems developed along the way will lead to improved safety and more efficient use of vessels. This award recognises these systems and pilot vessels.
This award recognises projects, concepts and technologies that advance condition monitoring capabilities and move shipping towards the goal of predictive maintenance, improving vessel reliability and reducing off-hire time.
Certification and operational compliance are two very different things… And with the compliance deadline upon us, shipowners and operators are understandably concerned about enforcement and the potential repercussions if regulatory requirements are not met. Webinar will take place Monday 25 November 15.30 - 16.30 GMT
This two-day conference, 26 & 27 November 2019,brings professionals from across the global Tanker Shipping and Trade industry to London to discuss the business, operational and technical issues impacting the crude, product and chemical tanker trades.
Riviera’s two-day LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference on 28-29 November brings together Europe’s LNG transportation supply chain to discuss ship and terminal operations at the jetty, offshore and bunker station