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Lloyd’s Register Foundation announces £10m offer to the Alan Turing Institute to support engineering applications of big data. Find out more
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The construction, classification and approval of the Pieter Schelte has been and continues to be one of the most ambitious and complex projects LR has ever undertaken. Find out more
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Tom Boardley was interviewed by Lloyd’s List earlier this month about how LR will make even larger ships a reality. Find out more
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LR to class the world’s first-ever methanol-powered sea vessel with the conversion of the ropax vessel Stena Germanica to a dual-fuel methanol propulsion system. Find out more
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Have you ever wondered what LR’s Ship Emergency Response Service team does in an emergency at sea? Find out more

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Read about LR’s research into the smart ships of the future in ShipInsight’s Connected Ship guide. Read article
A small team of UK boatbuilders has designed a vessel that could well be the answer to one of the shipping industry’s most damaging scourges – oil spills. Find out more
Robert Brindle, LR’s ILO MLC 2006 and STCW specialist was interviewed at the Tanker Shipping & Trade Conference on the impact of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) a year into its implementation. Find out more

Class News

Class News No. 46/2014: Changes to MARPOL Annex VI energy efficiency requirements: EEDI and SEEMP. View

Class News No. 45/2014: Niigata Z-Peller 41 and Z-Peller 41-CP propulsion systems.View

Class News No. 44/2014: Application of IMO safety, security and environmental protection requirements to FSRUs/FRUs operating in Indian waters. View

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