Rambøll Oil & Gas bets heavily on Norway

Rambøll Oil & Gas wants a bigger cut of the Norwegian oil billions. Thus Rambøll intends to multiply Norwegian turnover in the next few years.

Norway is the number one priority for Rambøll Oil and & Gas, which hopes to fight its way to some of the billions the neighbor to the north is making on the offshore sector.

“Norway is our top priority, because the market there is so big. We are talking about an investment level close to USD 33.5 billion for 2012. It’s an oil and gas market that is 20-25 times larger than the Danish market, and with such a huge potential for oil and gas, we need to have a presence there,” says CEO of Rambøll Oil & Gas, John Sørensen, to ShippingWatch.

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