Safeguarding and improving business performance: The power of joint innovation


Safeguarding and improving business performance

The power of joint innovation

Every year we invite our staff that work close with our customers to come up with new ideas for service and technology development. As a consequence we can address important industry issues. Our partners and customers have first-hand access to the output of these efforts. We are proud to present the results of some of the recent efforts here. Take advantage.

The projects now in the pipeline are no less exiting than those we have completed. Our ambitions are higher than ever and we invite our partners to join us in the pursuit of new achievements. Let’s join forces.


New ideas are generated every day by our worldwide staff – inspired by close interaction with key customers and partners. Sometimes this is an extension or combination of current knowledge and methodologies; at other times we come up with totally new knowledge or applications. Would you like to work with us to develop these ideas further?

New DNV JIP to speed up subsea construction

In the construction of a subsea project, one challenge is the long delivery time of large steel forgings used for key components. This is mainly due to compliance with oil companies’ individual requirements. DNV is now inviting the subsea industry to jointly obtain synergies by developing a best-practice approach. The aim is to reduce delivery time and production costs and improve material quality, thus reducing the risk throughout the supply chain.

New DNV JIP aims to reduce jacking failure

Jacking gears are by definition the most characteristic systems of self-elevating units and jack-ups. However, this gear remains often neglected on board, with a high potential for dire consequences. In order to achieve higher availability, reduce the risk of gear failure and lower the life cycle cost, DNV is inviting the industry to participate in a Joint Industry Project (JIP).


Brochure: Cutting edge view

2013-08-04The remaining life of offshore assets

With the high level of oil & gas prices on the world market, buoyed by the lack of any viable alternative source to satiate growing energy demand, operators are seeking to maintain production from existing facilities for longer than their intended design periods.

2013-08-04Pipeline recommended practices get updated

Corrosion of submarine pipelines in the North Sea is the most common threat for loss of pressure containment in oil pipeline operations. The industry’s experience shows that pipeline failures are often due to a lack of sound corrosion monitoring systems.

2013-08-04MARV proves itself to the pipeline industry

MARV™ is a DNV tool used to predict future risk to pipelines. Developed by DNV in 2011, this risk information and management tool was introduced to the global pipeline industry in 2012.