DNVDet Norske Veritas
DNVDer Norske Veritas
DNVDistrict of North Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
DNVDirección Nacional de Vialidad (Argentina)
DNVDanville, IL, USA - Vermilion County Airport (Airport Code)
DNVDeutscher Nordic Walking Nordic Inline Verband (German walking and skating association)
DNVDinucleotide Variant
DNVDo Not Vote
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DNV GL's Manchester, UK office will carry out the project.
Initial DNV GL studies showed that a standalone wind- powered water-injection system could become cost competitive for various types of applications, particularly for water injection far from the production platform and when costly retrofitting is not an option.
As part of the deal, the DNV foundation will own a 63.5% stake in the enlarged group, leaving the rest for GL Groupa[euro](tm)s owner Mayfair SE.
Our aim for this project is to contribute to safe cost reductions through ensuring best practice during the installation process to avoid stops and repairs, thus reducing downtime to a minimum during the costly laying process," says Kjell Eriksson, regional manager -- Norway, DNV GL Oil & Gas.
DNV now has an in-house, web-based tool for recording changes on a continuous basis to enable interpretations (FAQ), documentation and revisions.
DNV is involved in several projects at Korean yards for Norwegian clients, which are building in accordance with ISDS rules.
DNV GL Group will have around 17,000 employees across 300 sites in over 100 countries.
The buyer said it will integrate the Two Tomorrows Group into DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability, one of the three companies within the DNV Group.
For this reason, DNV GL selected its Medford, Mass.