Welcome to ABL Group
ABL Group is a leading global independent energy and marine consultant working in energy and oceans to de-risk and drive the energy transition across renewables, maritime and oil and gas sectors. Based in more than 300 locations worldwide and consisting of the following group companies.
The energy and marine consultantsView Website
The offshore wind consultantsView Website
The marine renewables engineering and R&D consultantsView Website
The independent engineering, design and analysis consultantsView Website
The marine surveyor and risk consultantsView Website
The superyacht surveyors and consultantsView Website
East Point Geo
The geotechnical, geophysical and geological consultantsView Website
The ship design specialistsView Website
Hybrid Propulsion Systems
Clean technologies are close to our hearts at Longitude and the provision of solutions that enable ships to run greener and cleaner are integrated within our design teams.
Run cleaner ships at reduced costs
Hybrid Solutions are a key part of modern ship design enabling operators to run cleaner ships at reduced costs, complying with regulations. Our engineers are familiar with a range of concepts on the market and are able to advise ship owners which units are most suitable for their vessels, or to design new vessels specifically for hybrid powering. We can also help ship owners and operators with the procurement of equipment and identifying the costs involved with the use of Hybrid power.
Case Studies View All
BERTAM FPSO – Mooring Design & Upgrade Engineering
Longitude was initially contracted by Lundin Malaysia for the detailed mooring design of an FPSO. The FPSO had previously been operating at another field using a weather vanning mooring…
Veja Mate OWF – Siem Aimery Cable Installation Study
Longitude was instructed by Siem Offshore Contractors GmbH (SOC) to carry out a cable installation analysis relating to the inter-array cables (CAF 1620 and CAF 1621) for the Veja…
OFON Phase 2 Dynamic Lift Analysis
The OFON Phase 2 project involves the installation of four new platforms at the OFON field, which is 30 kilometres from the Nigerian coast in 40 metres of water. Longitude…