The annual report was today released highlighting DNV’s financial, environmental and social performance. 2012 was a strong year for DNV and revenues increased by 27%.
DNV Columbus is proud to announce that we've been named a 2013 Top Workplace. The award is a result of the employee surveys conducted by Workplace Dynamics. And thanks to our employees who made this happen, DNV Columbus was ranked #16 in the small size organization category.
DNV heads advisory council meeting on LNG as fuel in the US DNV has gathered a broad range of industry stakeholders and regulators to participate in an advisory council to exchange views and experiences on everything important related to the use of LNG as a marine fuel. Last week’s meeting, the fifth since the council was started in 2011, was hosted by Wartsila in Houston, who welcomed more than 50 participants
“The energy and power situation in Europe is changing. What opportunities and challenges does this represent for Norway? That is what we try to answer in our analysis,” says Kjell Eriksson Vice President, Market and Business Development, DNV KEMA Scandinavia.
DNV’s Dr. John Beavers, Director of Failure Investigation and Chief Scientist at our Dublin Ohio facility, has been recognized by NACE International with the coveted Speller Award.
DNV’s Pipeline Update for Fall 2012 has been released
DNV KEMA launches new certification framework to help Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) projects pass hurdles related to permitting, stakeholder support and internal decision gate requirements.
DNV’s Pipeline Integrity Solutions group has developed measures to help U.S. pipeline operators meet recent directives of the Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).
To illustrate the inclusion of the Essential Elements in a risk assessment, the following example is offered. The Elements are inherently flexible allowing for alternative, yet effective, approaches. The Elements' methodology establishes a desirable level of rigor for assessing risk.
DNV today released its annual report highlighting its financial, environmental and social performance in 2011. The results are strong and show that DNV continued to perform strongly in all its key markets worldwide through its range of services for managing risk.
DNV shortlisted to host new UNFCCC Climate Technology Centre and Network that will support technology solutions for developing countries.
The oil activity in Arctic regions will require new technologies for oil spill prevention. “This summer, we will offer this innovative challenge to 10 creative students in the fields of engineering, economy or other disciplines,” says Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, DNV’s Vice President for Norway, Russia and Finland.
DNV COO Bjørn K. Haugland emphasizes the need for investment in research and innovation at World Future Energy Summit.
2010 saw DNV strengthen its position as a leader in helping companies worldwide to manage risks, despite a small decrease in both its total revenue and number of employees.
The new website www.dnvba.com houses the certification, assessment and training services delivered by DNV Business Assurance. Browse services that can help assure the performance of your systems, products and organisations.
DNV’s Technology Outlook 2020 report highlights technologies that could have great impact in the maritime and energy sectors.
Singapore-based DNV Petroleum Services now uses DHL’s GOGREEN Carbon Neutral shipping services.
Wildlife Works’ Kasigau corridor REDD project in Kenya is first to issue REDD credits under the Voluntary Carbon Standard. DNV validated and verified the project.
NACE International recently recognized DNV’s Brian Holtsbaum for his 50-plus years of dedicated service to the corrosion industry and to NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers). To commemorate Brian’s devoted service, NACE’s new test field located at their global headquarters in Houston has been designated as the Brian Holtsbaum Cathodic Protection Test Field.
DNV has developed a process to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into useful products. Results suggest that its electrochemical conversion process could be a commercially viable technology in the future.
DNV joins forces with leading business partners to combat human trafficking.
DNV Business Assurance has recently independently verified Heathrow Airport’s Scope 3 carbon emissions under the Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme.
During the week of September 27th in Calgary, the Conference attracted over 1300 delegates from 43 countries. Attendance from DNV included personnel from offices in Calgary, Columbus, Houston, Høvik and Rio de Janeiro, representing Energy, Software and Cleaner Energy
Green mechanisms to limit greenhouse gas emissions and global healthcare issues, were addressed at a meeting with Norway’s diplomatic corps abroad.
June 30, 2010, Katy, Texas, Det Norske Veritas (USA) Inc., has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) prestigious ENERGY STAR, the national symbol for superior energy efficiency and environmental protection. Commercial buildings and industrial plants that rate in the top 25 percent of facilities in the nation for energy efficiency may qualify for the ENERGY STAR.
On May 18-20, the DNV Business Assurance Houston office hosted the US Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to the ISO Project Committee (PC) 242. The purpose of the meeting was to gather input from the American perspective, for the anticipated Energy management systems ISO 50001 standard, specifically the ‘Requirements with guidance for use’ document.
Still in the grip of an economic downturn, the shipping industry is struggling to manage the gap between shrinking budgets and the costs of maintaining quality safety and environmental performance through competence. But according to DNV, the issue is widely misunderstood.
The Houston-based NACE International, the recognized leader in the corrosion engineering and science community, has named Oliver C. Moghissi, Director of DNV’s Materials & Corrosion Technology Center, as vice president for the 2010-2011 term.
The world’s first ever private yacht regulations have been developed by the UAE National Transport Authority (NTA) and Abu Dhabi MAR with support from DNV.
Polarcus recently took delivery of Polarcus Naila, the second of six advanced, DNV-classed seismic vessels.