We consistently work towards sustainable solutions for our clients, one step at the time
The Paris agreement sets out to reduce emissions by 40 % by 2030. It is expected that the O&G upstream industry on the NCS will work to reduce its own emissions by 40 %. The majority of the reduction in emissions, is expected to be realized through electrification of fields and Floating Offshore Wind projects. However, additional emission reductions across the value chain are also important – and here we want to play our part through «Ross Green Steps».
- We focus consistently on the environmental aspects of our services, and strive to reduce our environmental impact by using state-of-the-art technology and improving work processes. Electrification of the Norwegian offshore market and Offshore Wind sets new requirements, and therefore we need to to ensure we strengthen our workforce, methodology and systems accordingly.
- As Offshore Wind is expected to become a major future source of renewable energy, we aim to become a leading supplier also within this area. We are highly competent team players with experience from the NCS – and we believe this is crucial to ensure efficient and environmentally friendly operations on the NCS also in the future.
- Moreld Ross Offshore has extensive experience on maturing permanent sub-surface storage sites for CO2. Our engineers and sub-surface personnel have helped clients, both on the NCS and internationally, to ensure safe storage of CO2. Read our interview with CCS expert, Gøril Tjetland, and get more insight on the subject.
Moreld Ross Offshore shall comply with all relevant legislative requirements and be updated on relevant national and international legal revisions at all times.