Energy Claims, Disputes & Casualties

LOC has provided technical expertise for the investigation and resolution of offshore energy casualties, claims, disputes and litigation for nearly 40 years.

LOC’s experts boast long-term offshore experience across both Oil & Gas and Renewables market sectors, positioning them perfectly to provide expert opinion and evidence on various marine operations concerning large scale energy infrastructure and / or asset performance issues.

Clients include operators, contractors, vessel/rig owners and their legal & insurance interests as well as government departments and statutory authorities.

Expert areas:

  • Installation of oil & gas and renewables offshore energy assets
  • Pipeline, cable, umbilical damage
  • Mooring failures
  • Weather and environmental damage or criteria
  • Design, newbuild and conversion disputes
  • Machinery failure
  • Performance disputes
  • Fixed and floating object / asset damage
  • Jack-up punch through, damage or loss
  • Drilling and BOP performance disputes
  • Project cargo loading / discharge, stowage
  • Towage issues
  • Seaworthiness issues
  • Salvage and wreck removal
  • Navigation issues
  • Collisions and groundings
  • Dynamic positioning
  • Suitability of proposed installation spread or jack up
  • Bunker disputes

 

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Group Director of Rigs

Dubai

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London

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LOC Group and AqualisBraemar to join forces

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 Sponsors Cables2020

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 Webinar with Maritime London: Safe Carriage of COVID-19 Vaccines

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