DNV and marine technology consultancy Dr.techn. Olav Olsen have entered a partnership that brings ShellDesign software for design and post-processing of reinforced concrete shell structures into DNV’s Sesam portfolio.
DNV GL has been committed to using its position as an independent third party to build trust in data quality and confidence in secure sharing of data.
It is the second organization in the world to be certified to DNV GL’s Chain of Custody standard built to assure the traceability and integrity of plastic recovered from the hydrosphere.
The white paper identifies a looming “safety gap” between shipping’s existing approach to safety risks and its ambitions for greater digitalisation and the adoption of alternative fuels.
DNV GL, the world’s leading classification society, has awarded AYRO an Approval in Principle (AiP) for its Oceanwings 3.6.3 wind assisted propulsion system for ships.
New research published by DNV GL finds that the oil and gas industry expects to boost investment in the energy systems of the future this year, as companies seek to transform for the long term.
DNV GL has awarded an AIP to KSOE for a wing-sail auxiliary propulsion system for ships – the result of a joint research project between KSOE and SK Shipping.
DNV GL, the assurance, and risk management company, will change its name to DNV on 1 March 2021.
DNV GL, the world’s leading classification society, and HHI Group, the world’s largest shipyard, have teamed up to embark on the development of future-proof tanker designs.
Floating wind will play an important role in decarbonizing the global energy system, contributing 2% of the world’s power supply by 2050, but more comprehensive industry standards and risk management is required for the technology to scale.