Lloyd’s Register Energy hosts the 2015 Offshore Technical Committee in London, UK, to improve transparency and safety in offshore oil and gas.
The Offshore Technical Committee held its annual meeting this week at Lloyd’s Register Energy’s head office in London, UK. It follows previously held Offshore Technical Committee meetings in Brazil and Singapore.
The event focuses on the Lloyd’s Register’s Rules for Offshore Units which set appropriate standards for the design, construction and lifetime maintenance of floating offshore assets. It was attended by Committee members representing ExxonMobil, Aker Solutions, Babcock, Bluewater, BP, Chevron, Curragh Consulting, DSME, ENI, Gulf Drilling International, Heerema, HHI, KBR, Keppel, Linde Engineering, Petrobras, Reliance, SBM, Shell, SHI, Singapore University, Southampton University, Statoil, Strathclyde University, Technip, Teekay, and Total.