Oil and gas

Advising on corporate strategies and hydrogen policy

Long-term policy commitments will be essential to building demand for hydrogen, and companies will need effective, long-term strategies
Gas storage tanks

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Jørg Aarnes

Jørg Aarnes

Global Lead - Low Carbon, DNV GL - Oil & Gas

Christos Chryssakis

Christos Chryssakis

Business Development Manager, DNV GL - Maritime

Jason Goodhand

Jason Goodhand

Global Business Lead Storage, DNV GL - Energy

DNV GL assists in the development of the policy and regulatory environment needed to make hydrogen a practical solution. In parallel, DNV GL helps companies to understand the policy landscape and provides insights into the technical and business aspects of hydrogen.

Services to energy and maritime industries

  • Development of cost models and financial models for hydrogen providers and users.
  • Market potential studies
  • Business case development including sustainability impact
  • Modelling of storage impact and specific market potential
  • Market studies and decision support for introduction of low and zero emission fuels including hydrogen towards the maritime industry
  • Cost of electricity and electrolyzer equipment forecasts as an input into green hydrogen cost
  • Competitor analysis and benchmarking through all value chain components
  • Utilization/timing of Green H2 production, curtailment and operational optimization 
  • Assessment of ancillary services to the grid via electrolyzer load shaping
  • Seasonal storage and H2 energy storage studies for high renewables penetration.

Contact us:

Jørg Aarnes

Jørg Aarnes

Global Lead - Low Carbon, DNV GL - Oil & Gas

Christos Chryssakis

Christos Chryssakis

Business Development Manager, DNV GL - Maritime

Jason Goodhand

Jason Goodhand

Global Business Lead Storage, DNV GL - Energy

Our research

Download DNV GL technical and market reports related to hydrogen

Heading for hydrogen

The oil and gas industry’s outlook for hydrogen, from ambition to reality

Hydrogen as an energy carrier

Forecasts decarbonization driving significantly greater use of hydrogen for energy by 2050

Hydrogen – Decarbonizing the heat

The benefits and challenges of hydrogen in decarbonizing

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

More variability in the generation and demand of electricity