LOC operates in the shipping, oil & gas and renewables sectors, providing loss prevention (marine warranty, surveys, inspections & audits, technical due diligence), loss management (marine casualties, claims, disputes and litigation) and marine and engineering consultancy services. Our clients comprise P&I clubs, H&M insurers, underwriters, brokers, oil and gas companies, energy utilities, field operators, developers, EPC contractors, installation contractors, drilling contractors, lawyers, shipowners, governments, and turbine and cable manufacturers.
GreenTrusted advisor driving the energy transition in shipping and offshore energy sectors
ExpertsWorld-class expertise in engineering and marine disciplines since 1979
IndependentIndependence to innovate and expand where clients need us
GlobalOffices located in key shipping and energy hubs worldwide, with a strategy to expand into new markets
InnovationStrong track record of developing technologies for sustainable energy and shipping practices
ResponsiveHighly responsive team with on-the-ground expertise where needed
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LOC Group is to join forces with AqualisBraemar – forming a leading marine, engineering and adjusting consultant in renewables, maritime, oil & gas and power sectors. “The consulting…
LOC Renewables are pleased to be sponsoring RenewableUK and SubseaUK’s annual Cables event, to take place virtually on the 24th November 2020, 9:00 – 17:00 GMT.
LOC is pleased to announce it is co-hosting a Technical Webinar with Maritime London, 3rd December, 13:00 – 14:00 GMT, on the following topic: Safe Carriage of COVID-19 Vaccines
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Project Summary The “TATTERSHALL CASTLE” is an ex-paddle steamer, built in 1934. In 1973 the Vessel was withdrawn from service on the Humber and since then she has been moored…
Project Summary HAVFARM 1 (named “Jostein Albert”) is the world’s largest stationary Ocean Farm, constructed in Shandong Province, China, by CIMC Raffles, as a large-scale moored fish farm…
Project Summary Whilst loading a cargo of crude oil at the Kangean Energy terminal on Sepanjang Island, north of Bali, several explosions ripped through the main deck of the tanker,…