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Networking can stem from the unlikeliest of situations. After taking up indoor rowing during the pandemic, maritime analyst Joshua Flood unexpectedly found himself talking shop to a fierce competitor.  In early 2020, the world went into lockdown. Many people sampled a new type of life. A life of contemplation and isolation. We learnt new things…

Take part in our upcoming maritime research projects

Valour Consultancy is inviting service providers, operators, integrators, end-users, suppliers and other market stakeholders to participate in our upcoming maritime cybersecurity and cellular technologies research studies. Participants will take part in a research interview conducted by our maritime analyst team. This will help to ensure your organisation is accurately represented in the report, which is…

No Noise is Good Noise

Noise pollution is slowly becoming an acknowledged problem in the maritime industry. Technologies exist to greatly mitigate this problem, but it is unlikely to come from fleet and ship operators because of the added expense involved. In the same way that pollution and safety are addressed by bodies such as IMO (The International Maritime Organization…

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New maritime reports planned for 2022

Valour Consultancy has published an updated portfolio outlining a series of new, syndicated reports in the pipeline for 2022 and beyond. This includes several new additions to our respected body of maritime research, which already features a comprehensive overview of the maritime connectivity and associated technology markets. All studies highlight drivers and inhibitors across a…

10 Maritime Predictions for 2022

With the end of 2021 in sight, we wanted to take a few moments to highlight what we saw unfolding over the past 12 months and look ahead to 2022. Senior Maritime Analyst Joshua Flood outlines 10 key predictions for the year ahead. Summary of 2021 2021 was a faltering bounce back from 2020…. but…

COP26 Maritime Whitepaper: Holistic repurposing of offshore energy assets

A recent report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) highlights how our future energy supply needs to not only be clean but eco-remedial, with projects still possessing financial incentives to attract the necessary capital investment. This whitepaper examines the current batch of decommissioning activities in the North Sea which are progressing towards sub-optimal outcomes at…