We are experiencing a spur of activities in Norway, and this is leading to new opportunities in fixed staff positions and as consultants. As levels of exploration activities increase through the award of new license areas and reinvigorating old projects, we are asked to provide competent, experienced staff for these projects.
We have been reflecting over the past year’s work and we have come to realise that we are regional and globally present. We have prided ourselves on being ‘North Sea-centric’ and thus ‘North Sea-knowledgeable’, and we can see that this pattern holds true. We have worked with exciting projects from all of the countries connected to the North Sea, but that only part of the story…
The Danish Energy Agency has formally announced that the 8th licensing round for oil & gas exploration and production has been opened this morning and that applications are due by the 1st of February 2019. While the deadline is seemingly a long way away, there are is plenty of information to address to submit a formal bid for the licensing round.
Ross DK has entered into an agreement with Spidron-Weco on collaboration on well management services. The agreement is the culmination of a years-long relationship, where the two companies have had a resource sharing agreement. With the new agreement in place,...
Copenhagen – Ross DK turned a sharp corner on January 14th 2018, when the company turns 10. We have seen our business segment undergo a major transition during the period, however, we have come out stronger and we have increased our focus on fueling the green...
Ross DK has signed a collaboration agreement with Ardent Oil. Ardent Oil is the operator of licence 11/16 ‘Jarnsaxa’ which covers blocks 5604/27, 5604/28, 5604/31 and 5604/32 and licence 10/16 ‘Laufey’ which covers blocks 5504/20, 5504/24 and 5505/21 in the Danish part of the North Sea.
1.marts 2018 tiltræder 45-årige businessuddannede Britta Sanchez i en nyoprettet stilling som Senior Sales Manager i Ross DK.
Ross DK has together with its project partners completed the first phase of an EUDP project investigating heat storage. The project has looked at the technical feasibility and business case for seasonal heat storage – and has concluded its feasibility.
Geoop has released a series of podcasts relating to geothermal heat on its website. The podcasts (all in Danish) looks at geothermal heat as technology, challenge and business and export potential.
The world is on a quest to find the technologies that will take our energy supply into the next decades, and we have decided to support Mission Innovation as catered for through Confederation of Danish Industry. Mission Innovation was launched during COP 21 in Paris in late 2016.