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Intellectually Salvaging SMEs from Pandemic

May 26th, 2020|0 Comments

  Lockdowns, shutdowns, military warfare, sanctions, blockades, trade-wars, and natural disasters, all have immediate and direct impact, first and foremost on Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). It is no surprise that millions of SMEs worldwide [...]

Can the Vision of Belt & Road Initiative be sustained without Harmonization of Trade Laws and Adoption of UN Model Laws?

December 18th, 2017|0 Comments

  The marvelous vision of geographically and economically connecting 69 jurisdictions across five continents[1] by One Belt One Road ("OBOR") is just a little short of One World Dream. In context of China's leadership and [...]

TiberiasMC Supports International Anti-Corruption Day – 9 December 2017

December 12th, 2017|0 Comments

  There are many evils in the world and man has to struggle all his life to overcome these evils. Corruption is one such evil which can be overcome by concerted efforts and united stand [...]

Sustainability As Competitive Advantage

October 9th, 2017|0 Comments

Submitted By: Stanley Samuel, Founder & Marcus Lim, Co-Founder, ECOSOFTT The pressure on businesses to improve social and environmental sustainability is increasing and irreversible. While some companies may have considered greater investments in social impact [...]

KLRCA Mediation Forum: Mediation and Business – Offshore & Marine Industry Perspectives

August 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Presented By: Jayems Dhingra, Chartered Arbitrator   ABSTRACT Before I share with you the practice of Mediation from Offshore & Marine Industry perspective, I prefer to give you a snapshot of the origin and concept [...]

Are The State Regulators Being Challenged Or Undermined by Finacial Technology & Borderless Digital Payment Platforms?

August 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Jayems Dhingra[1]   ABSTRACT The traditional banking laws, central bank regulations and international Correspondent Banking Relationship (CBR) protocols, have been the key driver of global trade for more than a century. Without movement of money [...]

Can Hong Kong Maintain its Attractiveness despite Slowdown in China?

May 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Before answering this question, there are at least three aspects which need to be established. First, is the attractiveness of Hong Kong as a Centre of trade & commerce in South East Asia, really because [...]

Economic Downturn – A Unique Opportunity for Strengthening Presence in OSV Segment

May 21st, 2016|0 Comments

The Offshore Support Vessels sector and Offshore Supply Base sector are two core components of Offshore Oil & Gas sector, which must remain available and can’t be shutdown. The petroleum products demand fluctuations can only [...]

Paris Agreement on UNFCC and Impact on Oil & Gas Industries

May 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Environmental friendly initiative will always target on the largest and the most obvious contributor to not only energy demand but also pollution. This is the first time that any UN Convention has been endorsed by [...]

Oil Market Downturn – Impact on Most Loyal Servants of Offshore Industry!

May 17th, 2016|0 Comments

Looking at the facts and figures, there is no real downturn on the demand side of the oil as a source of energy. Neither there has been any drop in production rate of OPEC since [...]

It’s Time to Unseal Sealed Offers in International Arbitration – as a Negotiation Strategy or Pressure Tactics?

January 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Abstract: This paper traces the origin and history of the use of “sealed offers” as part of the ongoing negotiations between the parties engaged in litigation, with an objective to identify common principles which may [...]

Oil Price can’t be set on one side of the economic analysis as cause or victim – for it is both!

January 21st, 2016|0 Comments

This response is a belated reply to a comment from one of the special visitor to this website and who has kindly commented old article on “Oil Price as a Barometer of Economy”. I [...]


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Annual Production of Total Liquid Petroleum and Impact on Future Trend

June 7th, 2016|0 Comments

The annual production of all petroleum producing countries had been growing steadily year-on-year with Brazil showing the steepest climb in the last five years. The production rates were kept on full steam ahead to meet [...]

Potential of Hong Kong as a Business Centre for Offshore Oil & Gas Industry Segments

May 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Hong Kong can become an ideal location for the OSV Operators and Offshore Oil & Gas Exploration Companies, in the near to long term future, provided concerted efforts by the government and a favorable eco-system [...]

Opportunities for Offshore Supply Bases in Supporting OSVs with Loss of Charters!

May 21st, 2016|0 Comments

How to benefit from the stagnant demand for oil & gas sector, with oil price hanging below psychological benchmark of US$50/barrel? It has made some dents on offshore E & P support service providers. There [...]

Mediation – a Virtue or an ADR Forum in Continuous Evolution!

January 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Evidence of Mediation in Scriptures and History Between God and Abraham (Genesis 18:23-33) Dispute: God wanted to destroy Sodom because of their wickedness but Abraham interceded Abraham asked if there were 50 righteous men in [...]

Loss-Time Schedule Management in EPCIC Contracts

January 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Time, Time and Time Again! How many time you hear this: Time is of the essence! Time is critical! Delivery Time is important! Liquidated damages for delay in delivery time will be enforced! Right for [...]