• Article
  • Oil and gas

Wind-powered water injection

Can wind really work for oil, and vice versa? We explain the genesis of idea of wind-powered water injection for offshore fields, and how the idea has edged towards a commercial reality.

  • Article
  • Power and renewables

The leading cause of energy demand peaking by 2033

The watershed moment of energy demand will peak by 2033, as forecasted by DNV GL, and will be born from energy use becoming more efficient on a global scale.

  • Article
  • Oil and gas

CCS needs to start with a bang, not a whimper

Realizing Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies globally

  • Article
  • Maritime

Leading the charge

Batteries are powering a new wave in ship engineering

  • Article
  • Governments

Best practices for sustainability, climate action and resilience

Traditional utilities and energy providers explore new opportunities with cities to achieve environmental sustainability, energy security, resilience and economic development. Read our report to gain insight into the actions of this transition.

  • Article
  • Power and renewables

Is peak energy coming soon?

Yes, but it depends on how you count energy

  • Article
  • Power and renewables

Energy efficiency

The defining feature of the energy transition, and why global energy demand is likely to level off in the next two decades

  • Article
  • Manufacturers

Offshore wind: The time is now

In recent years, the world has taken major steps towards a lower-carbon energy system. However, we still have some way to go to meet internationally agreed emissions targets for combatting climate change. The good news is that, after years of impressive progress, offshore wind is now ready to become a major contributor to global energy production as well.

  • Article
  • Oil and gas

Evaluating hydrogen as an energy carrier

Decarbonization driving significantly greater use of hydrogen for energy by 2050

  • Article
  • Power and renewables

Utility-scale solar PV

From big to biggest: How lowest costs will power the growth of big solar - everywhere

  • Article

The affordable energy transition

Our Energy Transition Outlook 2019 lays out the most likely pathways to an almost equal split between fossil and non-fossil energy sources by 2050. This transition is both affordable and under-communicated.

  • Microsite
  • Oil and gas

The LNG era takes shape

The implications of the world’s rapidly growing appetite for LNG, the diversification of LNG supply and demand sources, and new dynamics at play in global gas markets.

  • Article
  • Utilities

Data analytics in the electricity sector

Data analytics has already changed several industries and the power sector is next. Whilst there are many positive impacts currently being realized from data analytics, with more to come, there are also challenges to be overcome.

  • Article
  • Maritime

Seaborne trade outlook: the energy transition

DNV GL has developed a model to forecast future volumes of goods to be transported by sea, with a focus on crude oil, oil products, gas, bulk and containerized cargo

  • Article
  • Oil and gas

Switching a city from natural gas to hydrogen

Could hydrogen be the solution to decarbonizing the natural gas network?

  • Topic
  • Maritime

Alternative fuels and technologies

LNG, LPG, methanol, biofuel, hydrogen and other power-to-fuel (PtF) solutions are the most promising alternative fuels for shipping