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Ramboll merges oil and gas with renewables

Oil and gas, wind and other energy divisions will sit under one entity at Danish engineering group Ramboll. The company is merging Oil & Gas with Energy and creating an entity which will make up 12 percent of revenue.

Photo: LM Wind Power

From now on, oil and gas customers at Ramboll could be bumping into wind and solar colleagues in the reception room at Ramboll.

Ramboll will merge the independent business entities Ramboll Oil & Gas and Ramboll Energy to create an entity with DKK 1.2 billion revenue (EUR 161 million), 400 customers, 1,500 employees and 4,000 projects. It will work with both the fossil fuel side of the energy sector as well as the green, renewables side.

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