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Read Reflex Marine's webinar series Solutions-focus: FROG-6 Mexico

Reflex Marine's webinar series Solutions-focus: FROG-6 Mexico

This week in Reflex Marine's Webinar Series we're presenting our personnel transfer carrier approved for use in Mexico: FROG-6. Learn more about the webinar and register for the live event or to receive a recording after the event.

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Read Reflex Marine's webinar series Solutions-focus: FROG-XT2

Reflex Marine's webinar series Solutions-focus: FROG-XT2

This week in Reflex Marine's Webinar Series we're presenting our latest addition to the range of personnel transfer carriers: FROG-XT2 Learn more about the webinar and register for the live event or to receive a recording after the event.

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Read Reflex Marine's webinar series

Reflex Marine's webinar series

Reflex Marine is delighted to introduce a series of monthly webinar. The webinars are entirely free of charge and will provide you with opportunities to learn about marine crew transfer challenges and solutions. The series will be split into two main themes: industry-focus and solutions-focus.

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Read Press release: STORM-WORK completes 100 offshore projects

Press release: STORM-WORK completes 100 offshore projects

Reflex Marine’s award-winning work basket completes 100 projects

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Read Reflex Marine's product testing

Reflex Marine's product testing

At Reflex Marine we believe that open-access to data is a simple and effective way to prove that our products meet the design requirements and can stand the test, protecting passengers in the harsh offshore environments.

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Read Investing in equipment: choose long lifespan

Investing in equipment: choose long lifespan

Whether you’re buying a car, a computer or a yacht, you want to make sure that it is made of high-quality materials, that it will serve its purpose whenever you may need it and that it will last for a long time, so that you don’t have to worry about replacing it with a new one next year. High-quality manufacturing is valued both in domestic applications and in business circumstances. Investing money in equipment comes with a natural calculation of value in time and cost-efficiency analysis. In the modern times, sustainability is also of great concern and we try to reduce wasteful purchases both at home and at work.

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Read LNG: growth expected in 2021 & new possibilities with FROG-XT2

LNG: growth expected in 2021 & new possibilities with FROG-XT2

With half the CO2 emissions of coal, natural gas is deemed to be much more environmentally friendly and in the recent years has gained a lot more attention and investment as a potential transition energy source. The beginning of 2020 saw Shell’s LNG Outlook report: “Global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) grew by 12.5% to 359 million tonnes in 2019 - a significant increase that bolsters LNG’s growing role in the transition to a lower-carbon energy system.”1 However, the global pandemic and economic downturn later saw the whole of oil & gas industry struggling with a major drop in demand, including the LNG market. The impact of 2020 crisis is expected to have repercussions on the medium-term growth potential, resulting in about 75 bcm of lost growth over the forecast period, 2019 to 2025, according to the IEA2.

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Read Podcast: Interview with Sandra Antonovic

Podcast: Interview with Sandra Antonovic

This week Sandra Antonovic, our Chief Operating Officer was featured inWomen's Energy Council podcast. Listen through the link below and hear about Reflex Marine's strategies for resilience in times of crisis and how a ‘good crisis’ can be turned into growth and learning when handled well. 

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Read Growing energy demand across Asia

Growing energy demand across Asia

The demand for energy across Asia has been on the rise in the recent years and is expected to grow more significantly in the next couple of decades, in line with the economical development of the countries in this part of the world: with growing populations, increasing standards of living and urbanisation. LNG is seen as the main transition fuel in this period and the demand for it is expected to grow hugely according to analysts. IHS Markit expects that by 2040 the South and Southeast Asia region will be importing a third of global LNG demand1. Myanmar is the latest country in the region to start importing LNG. They accepted the first LNG cargo from Malaysia in June this year at their LNG-to-power facility which was completed in just 9 months despite the pandemic2.

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Read The new FROG-XT2

The new FROG-XT2

The FROG-XT2 personnel transfer carrier is customised for small landing areas & highest-performance.

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