• Group

The role of technology in a world shaped by COVID-19

The human impact of COVID-19 remains at the forefront of all our minds. However, the dramatic economic impact associated with the measures designed to stop the spread of the virus must also be addressed.

  • Oil & Gas

Heading for Hydrogen

Discover why the time is finally right to begin scaling the hydrogen economy, and get insight into the role that industry and governments must play. Dive into the research paper here.

  • Maritime

Maritime interview: Maintaining business operations in times of crisis

The firm grip of the coronavirus pandemic on the global economy has been extremely disruptive but DNV GL has done quite well in China, thanks to its digital services. Read to find out more.

  • Energy

New season of DNV GL Talks Energy podcast

The new season has been kickstarted with an interview with Remi Eriksen, Group President and CEO of DNV GL, who explores the key findings from the 2019 Energy Transition Outlook report and discusses what more can be done globally to accelerate the energy transition.

  • Digital solutions

The multiple dimensions of Asset Performance Management

The natural gas industry is an example of where it is both a fuel of the present and widely accepted as a transition fuel in the quest for a carbon-neutral future. In this role it has the spotlight upon its performance. Performance here is defined on multiple dimensions.

  • Oil & Gas

Industry Outlook for Oil and Gas in 2020

New Directions, Complex Choices is an industry benchmark study on the outlook for the oil and gas industry in 2020, published by DNV GL. This report assesses industry sentiment, confidence, and priorities, and provides expert analysis of the key challenges and opportunities facing the industry in the year ahead.

  • Business Assurance

Blockchain as a bridge between consumers and brands

Discover MyStory™: DNV GL's solution for assuring the accountability and transparency of products in today's trust-orientated consumer market.

  • Power and renewables

Wind energy – going offshore

Wind power has significantly grown in the last two years, particularly in Europe and North America. For the future of offshore wind, we expect strengthened support bypassing community opposition, and a fast uptake of offshore wind in new regions where this technology is yet unexploited.

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