Hieronymus Bosch

This anonymous commentator is our insider in the world of offshore oil and gas operations. With decades in the business and a raft of contacts, this is the go-to column for the behind-the-scenes wheelings and dealings of the volatile offshore market.

Author: Hieronymus Bosch

This anonymous commentator is our insider in the world of offshore oil and gas operations. With decades in the business and a raft of contacts, this is the go-to column for the behind-the-scenes wheelings and dealings of the volatile offshore market.

King Henry VIII of England is most famous for two things: 1) having six wives and 2) “dissolving” the monasteries. The latter was especially chaotic, being characteri ..

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Last week, we looked at Europe’s rush to build floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) to import liquified natural gas (LNG) into Europe (here). Of course, Eu ..

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Merry Christmas! On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love gave to me… twelve drummers drumming, eleven pipers piping, ten lords a-leaping and so on, all the way bac ..

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After the shocking injustice perpetrated by the cruel and arbitrary governments of Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea on the 26 unfortunate seafarers aboard the crude oil tank ..

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine in February last year sparked a rush for gas in Europe, as the Nordstream pipelines were blown up in the Baltic Sea and President Vladimir ..

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On the seventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me… seven swans a-swimming, according to the ancient English carol. But not here, as, for the third year in a row, ..

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A reader once criticised this column as “a bit ranty”. He should close his browser now and avert his eyes. This week’s column is not going to be a bit ranty; it is ..

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On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me… a partridge in a pear tree, according to the ancient English carol, but at Baird Maritime, that’s the cue for a ..

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