Oil and gas

3D printed parts could benefit oil & gas, offshore and maritime supply chains

Trust is key to unlocking additive manufacturing’s potential for your business. We look at the top benefits of, and barriers to, this technology, and how DNV GL can help your sector to use it to become safer, more efficient and more sustainable.

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Sastry Yagnanna Kandukuri
Principal Specialist - Additive Manufacturing, DNV GL - Oil & Gas
Ole-Bjørn Ellingsen Moe
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