DNV GL helps cut emissions

DNV GL is now leading a common industry project on behalf of the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association that aims to enhance energy management, energy efficiency and the exchange of experience and expertise between companies even further. Increasingly the oil and gas industry is searching for cost-effective solutions that also cut emissions. Fourteen operators on the Norwegian Continental Shelf are actively participating in this project through seminars and work meetings where they learn about each other’s challenges, opportunities and solutions.

“CO2 emissions per produced unit in Norway are among the lowest in the world and about half the level compared to the global average. This is of course also helped by the reservoir qualities, nevertheless this project has revealed substantial benefits that can be gained from collaboration and knowledge sharing,” says Liv Hovem, Director of Division Europe and Africa, DNV GL – Oil & Gas.

“Other industries, for example in the maritime sector and refineries, have introduced initiatives that have led to substantial financial savings and emission cuts. DNV GL has helped other industries to cut emissions and achieved good results, as the example from the refinery sector shows. We are confident that this project will do the same for the oil and gas industry,” concludes Hovem.

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