Current Challenges and Future Opportunities for Ports and Terminals in Europe - Friday 15 May 2020 at 5pm - 6.30pm HKG

Don't miss key insights from our on-demand webinar, The Implications of COVID-19 for the Global Economy.

COVID-19 pandemic restrictions have hit economies around the world and the global economy is expected to enter the deepest recession since the 1930s. What does this mean for our economic forecasts for 2020?

250 intro 7 LNG

On 1st - 2nd of March, 2021 we will hold our annual closed-door LNG Congress for the 7th time and gather the representatives of the whole LNG chain and leaders of the industry in Madrid, Spain, for 2 days of productive networking and experience exchange.

Cost and schedule performance: when good is not good enough

World Ocean Council Partners on Webinar on Best Practices and Standards for Ocean Data
Collection from Commercial Fishing Vessels

WOC Announces Event on Offshore Wind Energy Structures, Corrosion and Biofouling: 5 May

The World Ocean Council (WOC) – the lead GloFouling Project Partner for engaging the global ocean business and investment community – invites interested parties to the GloFouling Webinar: "Managing Corrosion and Biofouling on the Offshore Monopile Supports for Wind Turbines", 5 May at 3:00pm (BST).

The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) is to host a webinar entitled The Day After Covid-19: Expectations, Experiences, and Views, which will include presentations from three leading experts from the global ports and terminals sector followed by a deep-dive Q&A session.

The world is witnessing changes in many fields, and the LNG industry is one of them. The companies now have to adapt their business processes, and at the same time to figure out their strategies at the market.

Flexible and innovative solutions are key factors for success. The transportation and logistics industry provides these solutions, especially in times like these by keeping the supply chain running.

Raal Harris, MD of Videotel and Creative Director of Ocean Technologies Group, is running a webinar to teach those with training responsibilities how to manage the transition from face to
face learning to online teaching.

20 APRIL 2020 11: AM - 12:30 PM
(GMT +4)


Date - 20 April
Time - 2:00pm London  9:00am New York
Duration - 60 Minutes
Price - Complimentary
Hosted by - Business Review Webinars


While the world is engaged in reacting to the coronavirus pandemic, many aspects of life have been changed dramatically. One of the most impactful is the rise in social distancing and the move to online delivery of food and groceries to cater to people who can not leave their homes. Supply chains have had to scramble to adapt to this new selling model and consumers now have a lot more time on their hands to engage with products and packaging

In addition to offering classroom based STCW courses, Stream Marine Training is delighted to announce the launch of its first UK Bahamas Maritime Authority, BMA approved STCW compliant webinar courses. These courses will be delivered live by industry trainers who are experts in their particular field. The delegates will have the opportunity to engage with the tutor to ensure their full comprehension of the course materials. Prior to completion of the course, candidates will be required to sit an online exam and upon successful completion, delegates will receive an electronic STCW certificate. This offering allows delegates to update their training certification and expand their knowledge whilst complying with the current Government requirements for self-isolation.


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