tsw_logo_rgb.TIF
Business Meeting
tsw_logo_rgb.TIF

Recently

Published Articles

A selection from over 40 B2B articles written by Michael Herson of The Strategy Works.
 

Click on the publications' logos below to view articles

Tidal and Ocean Currents Modelling drives Voyage Optimisation

- June 2022 

The Strategy Works sets out the value chain uncovering the evolving, complex, modelling landscape that underpins voyage optimisation.

Screenshot 2020-10-04 at 14.32.31.png

Gas Engines -A Partner to Power (part 2)

- February 2021

The Strategy Works publishes the findings from an on-line survey carried out in conjunction with IGEM members working in both O&M’s & OEM’s; taking a closer look at CHP and prospects for hydrogen.

Screenshot 2020-05-27 at 00.38.07.png

Gas Engines Spark Energy Solution (part 1)

- January 2021

The Strategy Works considers the growing importance of stationary gas engines within the transition process towards renewable energy.

Screenshot 2020-05-27 at 00.38.07.png

Covid-19: shipping disruptor is an accelerator of change

- October 2020

The Strategy Works considers the commercial impact of Covid-19 on Shipping; examining how key market sectors are responding to new challenges

Screenshot 2020-10-04 at 14.32.31.png

The Journey to Compliance

- January 2020

The Strategy Works reviews ‘The Journey to Compliance’ - considering the impact of the start of the IMO Sulphur Cap on marine lubricants for Shipping.

Screenshot 2020-05-27 at 00.38.07.png

Beyond The Sulphur Cap     

- June 2019

Exclusive research commissioned by Riviera Maritime Media casts light on how shipping is approaching the challenge of decarbonisation.

Screenshot 2020-05-27 at 00.55.04.png

Adcos branch out in Asia    

- February 2018

With electric vehicles and autonomous cars looming large, the new battleground for lubricant additive companies is set to be Asia-Pacific.

Screenshot 2020-05-27 at 00.38.07.png

Connectivity is key to ECDIS & ENC advances

- January 2017

The Strategy Works assesses preferred compliance options as 2020 IMO Sulphur Cap approaches.

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 00.19.37.png

ATF technology rises to the challenge 

(ATF - Part 2)  

- June 2016

The Strategy Works examines the commercial forces driving the ATF market in Europe. (Part 2 – technical findings)

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 00.28.00.png

Click to use free log-in to Lube Magazine to view article

ATF market takes shape in Europe 

(ATF - Part 1)  

- April 2016

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 00.28.00.png

The Strategy Works examines the commercial forces driving the ATF market in Europe. (Part 1 – top line commercial findings)

Click to use free log-in to Lube Magazine to view article

Professional procurement begins to get a

grip on ECDIS

- September 2015

An increasing number of shipping companies are using procurement departments to specify how they purchase ecdis and ENCs.

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 00.19.37.png

Metamorphosis of UK parcels market

- June 2015

Parcel operators compete to sharpen their offering in an internet fuelled growth market.

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 14.16.41.png

Gas power to surge in Latin America   

Part I & Part II

- November & December 2014

Natural gas is on a fast track to overtake coal as the world’s second-largest fuel, after oil, and nowhere is this truer than in Latin America.

Screenshot 2020-05-27 at 00.38.07.png

China's additive makers targets exports

- June 2014

In China additive components, additive packages and synthetic oils are classified as “chemicals,” and their manufacturers thus have freer access to global markets.

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 14.30.21.png

Gas engines emerge from the shadows

- September 2013

With gas back in vogue as the fuel of choice for power generation, one of the oldest established engine technologies – gas engines – is newly resurgent as a power source.

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 14.44.11.png

Stretching gas engine oils

- September 2013

The search for cheaper and more reliable energy has spurred interest in natural gas and, in turn, has increased the popularity of stationary gas engines.

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 14.30.21.png

Coping with contaminants

- August 2013

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 14.30.21.png

TSW estimates that global sales of large gas engines

– those capable of generating more than 500 kilowatts

– exceed 6,000 megawatts per year.

Gas engines underpin Europe's shift to decentralised power

- August 2013

Use of gas engines is expanding in Europe as industries invest in decentralised, independently-operated gas-fired power generation to mitigate the risk of power supply shortages.

Screenshot 2020-05-29 at 14.54.46.png