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HUMPHREYS reduce carbon intensity. A key focus area for the group is in the digital realm.

Produced from the decomposition of organic waste, “One of the places we’re investing signi? cantly is platforms,

RNG is compatible with existing natural gas infrastruc- digital platforms, both on our internal processes, and as ture, providing a practical and replicable source of energy that ? ows out to the external processes for our customers. that mitigates and repurposes carbon emissions. For this We want to be able to deliver bread-and-butter services to bunkering event, RTCs were matched to the physical LNG our customers seamlessly, painlessly and ef? ciently,” said loaded into the Clean Jacksonville to create the RLNG/ Humphreys, LR’s Marine and Offshore President. “How

LNG blended product. do I squeeze out ef? ciencies? How do I reduce emissions?

JAX LNG is the long-term supplier to the two LNG-fu- How do I have compliance that’s fair and equitable across eled container vessels—the Isla Bella and the Perla del Ca- the board? Digital technology help to do that and more.” ribe—that TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico utilizes to reliably “One of the biggest things is remote surveys. Of the ap- transport goods between Jacksonville and Puerto Rico. proximate 30,000 surveys that we do in a year, about a third of those are done remotely via video feeds and remote inspections. This is where we’re leveraging that technology to get the job done and to make it much more ef? cient,”

Lloyd’s Register

With $1 billion in turnover and 7,100 employees globally, Humphreys added. “You’re going to see more and more classi? cation society Lloyd’s Register is on a mission to grow. digital data coming in from various engine OEMs and

Earlier this summer it tapped Kevin Humphreys to lead its process equipment OEMs, digital data that’s aggregated in

Americas business, which includes 30 of? ces in 14 countries, a core platform that your class society will be able to use in the course of inspections and risk management.” 571 employees and about $60 million in annual revenue. 74 | MN October 2021

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