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Liberian Registry creates offshore wind focus team

The Liberian Registry has added a focused team on offshore wind to its growing line-up of regulatory and safety experts.

The offshore wind sector is growing and will become a major contributor in creating clean energy solutions worldwide. For the Liberian Registry, a leader in global gas expertise, creating a focused team on offshore wind is a complement to its group of experts in this field.

The new team will be positioned to support offshore wind projects in Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Americas. The Liberian Registry is already strengthening this fast-growing sector with technical experts strategically located across its global offices, and leveraging the experience it has with dual-fuel vessels, and its many Joint Industry Projects (JIP) focused on decarbonisation.

The Liberian Global Gas Team has been assisting the advancement of alternative fuels through a risk-based approach that creates opportunities for innovation and approval of new technologies to unlock the potential of alternative fuels and other energy efficiency features.

“Our offshore wind experts, working closely with our Global Gas Team and our technical teams around the globe have come together to create a centre of expertise within the Registry where we can support owners and operators with their wind installation projects around the globe. This support is not only limited to Wind Turbine Installation Vessels, but also the cable laying and various other types of vessels involved in these projects,” explained Alfonso Castillero, Chief Operating Officer of the Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry (LISCR)

“This is part of our continued target on emerging technologies, for the benefit of the environment, clean air, and decarbonization,” he added.

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