Norwater AS has during 2018 had a process going to upgrade the ISO certification from ISO9001:2008 to the latest edition ISO9001:2015. The ISO9001:2015 certificate was received Sep 13th, and is valid for 3 years. Read more
Norwater AS ended off 2018 with a boom in new contracts. Following also a good 1st quarter of 2019, Norwater AS have for the first time in history an orderbook above 100 MNOK! A total of 22 systems have been sold so far this year and contracts have been won in Asia and Europe this […]
Houston, TX, US, 7 May 2019: Vast amounts of offshore and onshore reliability data are to be made available through Veracity as OREDA provides access to their new and updated electronic version through the marketplace on DNV GL’s data platform.
Houston, TX, US, 6 May 2019: DNV GL, the technical advisor to the oil and gas industry, has developed a solution that reduces the risk of offshore floating vessel mooring line failure going undetected by replacing physical sensors with a machine learning algorithm that accurately predicts line failure in real time.
Built to fulfil the demands of today and tomorrow. Based on the legacy of Consilium with ease of use and peace of mind. The new CGS50/500 gas sampling system is ready to detect potentially hazardous leakages in ships around the world.
Research paper ‘Hydrogen in the electricity value chain’ concludes that production of hydrogen from electrolysis will become competitive with production from natural gas
Oslo, 22 January 2019: New research has revealed that companies’ resilience to volatile market conditions will be put to the test in 2019, as business leaders expect the industry to commit to greater investment to meet hydrocarbon demand
Oslo, Norway, 4 December 2018: Hydrogen can play a significant role in decarbonizing world energy supply to mitigate climate change, according to a new research paper by DNV GL, the technical advisor to the oil and gas industry.
The project is split into two phases.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 15 November 2018: The world will need less energy from the 2030s onwards, but it will still require a significant amount of oil and gas in the lead-up to mid-century according to DNV GL’s 2018 Energy Transition Outlook, an independent forecast of the world energy mix in the lead-up to 2050.