Statement on DNV's Business Operations in Russia

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 3/10/2022, Location: Asia

As a result of the invasion of Ukraine, DNV will follow international sanctions and the intentions behind them. We are reviewing all ongoing contracts and operations with Russian entities and are winding down all related business.

Remi Eriksen, DNV Group President and CEO, said, “We are deeply disturbed by the invasion of Ukraine, which is inflicting terrible harm to the citizens of Ukraine and threatening peace across the region. Our top priority is the safety of our people, and we are working to ensure our employees have the support they need. We are reviewing our existing business portfolio with Russian entities and are winding down all related business.”

DNV employs three people in Ukraine, and 22 in Russia. We are supplying them with relevant support and advice.


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