DNV GL combines Oil & Gas and Power & Renewables businesses

Decarbonization is a major focus across the entire energy value chain, and the pressure is on to accelerate the transition and drive deep decarbonization. To support the complex transition to a more sustainable energy future, DNV GL has combined its current Oil & Gas and Power & Renewables businesses. We will serve our customers and the entire energy value chain as Energy Systems – the world’s leading resource of independent energy experts and certification body.

By combining our expertise, we will be better equipped to support you in tackling the energy transition faster and with confidence. The power, renewables and oil and gas industries all have a crucial role in the transition, not only as separate sectors, but also in developing integrated solutions in areas such as energy storage. While the renewable energy market will grow rapidly, natural gas is set to become the single largest energy source by the middle of this decade. Low-carbon fuels such as hydrogen and ammonia, and technologies such as carbon capture and storage, will be important tools to decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors such as transport, aviation and shipping.

Energy Systems started operating on 1 February 2021, providing certification, advisory and digital monitoring services to the entire energy value chain. With more than 4,000 energy experts, we are ready to help realize a safe and effective transition.

In addition to joining forces to offer a broader set of services, DNV GL will change its name to DNV on 1 March 2021.