We provide classification and technical assurance along with software and independent expert advisory services to the maritime, oil and gas, and energy industries. We also provide certification services to customers across a wide range of industries. Operating in more than 100 countries, our 16,000 professionals are dedicated to helping our customers make the world safer, smarter and greener. Read more about our organisation:
Read about how our organisation is structured.
See an overview of our executive committee team here.
The common history of DNV GL goes all the way back to 1864. Read more about our journey.
See the key figures for DNV GL. However, for now, combined numbers for the group is limited.
Here you can find a description of the DNV GL governance model.
Read more about the Board of Directors for The DNV GL Group AS.
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Global impact for a safe and sustainable future
How we manage our social, environmental and economic impacts – plus our governance model, sustainability plan and key collaborations.
The three key sustainability issues where we make the biggest difference: business ethics and anti-corruption, working conditions and environmental management.
From training our people to deal with ethical dilemmas to improving our energy efficiency, around the world we’re working on initiatives that deliver social, environmental and economic value.
Do we walk the talk? Find out how we are doing against our sustainability plan and targets.
The future of EU–China relations, the country’s investment in Europe as well as sustainable growth and environmental protection in the Chinese economy were just some of the topics on the agenda at the 6th Hamburg Summit last weekend. To foster new relationships and honour key players for their efforts in European–Chinese cooperation, the world’s largest classification society DNV GL hosted a dinner in its global maritime headquarters in Hamburg.
Our President and CEO, Henrik O. Madsen, is applauded in John B. Fullerton’s latest Huffington blog post for his “uncommon courage to discuss limits to growth of material and energy use”.
DNV GL joins global push to put a price on carbon. Over 1,000 companies and 73 countries now support a price on carbon to start bringing down emissions.