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Dry ice formed by cooling exhaust gasses to -120°C is formed into Carbon Descent Vehicles that sink to depths of about 500 meters, where they penetrate the seabed, storing CO2 safely as liquid CO2 and CO2 hydrate. Image: MDC

The Path to Zero: Creating a Pathway to Carbon-Negative Shipping

, the use of conventional fossil fuels may become carbon free.MDC sees analogies between the IMO’s 2020 sulfur regulations and the 2050 zero-carbon target: “The expected energy penalties in adopting a zero-carbon strategy are low – it’s a ‘no-brainer’,” said Henrik O. Madsen, former DNV GL President and CEO. “Shipowners should take responsibility and not compete but collaborate in the area of carbon footprint reduction to meet the 2050 zero-carbon target. In my opinion, this is an area that is far too important to become the victim of competition &ndash

While FMC Technologies U.S.-based, it is strong, long-term player in Norwegian subsea sector. Image courtesy of FMC Technologies

MTR100: The Norway Way

AS Lysaker Torg 45, 1366 Lysaker, Norway Email: info@computas.com Phone: 47 67 83 10 00 Web: computas.com Leadership: Trond Eilertsen - CEO Number of employees: 280 DNV GL Group Veritasveien 1, Høvik, Norway Email: info@dnvgl.com Phone: 47 67 57 99 00 Web: dnvgl.com Leadership: Henrik O. Madsen - President and CEO Number of Employees: 17,000 DOF Subsea Group Thormøhlensgate 53 C, 5006 Bergen, Norway Email: info@dofsubsea.com Phone: 47 55 25 22 00 Web: dof.no Leadership: Mons S. Aasr - CEO Number of employees: 1,667 FMC Technologies, Inc. 5875 N. Sam Houston

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UNEP & DNV GL Partner to Combat Climate Change

create a space for exchange and technical collaboration with developing countries on thematic areas such as agriculture, energy, forestry, industry, and water. “We are pleased to support the CTCN through our technical capabilities and global networks, “says DNV GL Group President & CEO Henrik O. Madsen. “We support its vision to lead the world towards a low-carbon and climate resilient future. Indeed, we have decided to invest our time and resources in this initiative as it is closely linked to our own vision of creating a safe and sustainable future through safer, greener and smarter

This year marks 150 years of proud past for the   Foundation Det Norske Veritas and that in itself is worth celebrating. The fact that 2014 also is   year one of the newly merged DNV GL Group gives us an even better ability to deliver on our vision   of having a Global Impact for a Safe and Sustainable Future,” says Henrik O. Madsen, President & CEO   of the DNV GL Group.

DNV GL Celebrating A Double Milestone

figures and customers, will be present.  “Created from two highly respected companies with parallel histories spanning 150 years (GL was itself formed only three years later) we want to celebrate our legacy but at the same time we are using the occasion to look forward,” says Henrik O. Madsen, President & CEO of the DNV GL Group. “We want to use the celebrations to create dialogue with our stakeholders on what we expect to be a period of significant change ahead. These dialogues will be structured round anniversary events throughout the year, and focus on a range of

“The merger rests on a strong strategic rationale, and responds to challenges of increased globalisation, rapid technological change and the need for sustainable development,” said DNV’s Group CEO, Henrik O. Madsen, who will be the CEO of the combined new company, DNV GL Group.

Class Clash: DNV, GL to Merge

rationale, and responds to challenges of increased globalization, rapid technological change and the need for sustainable development. Our customers will benefit from an increased service offering and global competence base as well as one of the densest networks,” says DNV’s Group CEO, Henrik O. Madsen, who will be the CEO of the combined new company. “The merger with DNV supports our long-term goal of being recognized as one of the most respected technical assurance and advisory companies in the world”, adds GL Group CEO, Erik van der Noordaa. The new company will be one

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