Offshore Marine Technology Editorial
Offshore Marine Technology is a quarterly supplement published by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects. It provides quality technical information on all aspects of the marine offshore field.
Readers are kept informed of up-to-date news from shipyards, builders and fabricators, including comprehensive FPSO, spar, and TLP descriptions, as well as other types of specialist offshore vessels, innovations in offshore technology, region and country reports, new equipment, major exhibition and conference coverage, safety, and rules and regulations pertaining to the oil and gas industry.
Editorial Schedule 2020
This section provides a concise round-up of the latest developments within the offshore marine market, particularly focusing on:
- new offshore vessel orders and deliveries
- rules and regulations
- new items of equipment and software applications released to support offshore naval architects,shipyards and vessel operators.
We take a closer and more detailed look at developments in the design and production of offshore vessels and related technology of all types and sizes – ranging from ROVs / AUVs and the smaller platform supply vessels to jack-up and drilling rigs, semisubmersibles and floating LNG and FPSO units. In addition, this section of the journal covers extensive regulatory changes that may affect the work of offshore vessel designers, builders, suppliers and operators.
Every issue, Offshore Marine Technology focuses on a core set of vessel types and the issues affecting their design, construction and maintenance
Offshore Marine Technology also publishes (and welcomes) letters to the editor, related to vessel design and construction, in addition to offshore-specific book reviews and interviews with key industry figures. We also occasionally publish technical white papers related to areas of interest. For more information on editorial, please contact Martin Conway via firstname.lastname@example.org
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ROVs and AUVs
ROVs and AUVs
Jack-ups & liftboats
Research & survey vessels
IT & communications
Machinery control & monitoring