Ramboll Oil & Gas pursuing acquisitions in Norway

Ramboll Oil & Gas wants to grow by as much as 250 percent in Norway, CEO John Sørensen tells ShippingWatch. Acquisitions are part of the strategy.

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Ramboll Oil & Gas has great ambitions for the Norwegian market, as the company has grown significantly in the country in recent years, but the company wants to be even bigger going forward. Acquisitions form part of the plan to make this happen, John Sørensen, CEO of Ramboll Oil & Gas, tells ShippingWatch.

"We're especially focused on the Norwegian market, where we'd very much like to have an even bigger presence than we do today. We have approximately 100 employees in Norway, and this number will become significantly bigger. So we're looking at all kinds of Norwegian acquisitions, big and small, it's all interesting to us," he says, adding that many other companies have similar interests, which makes Norway a difficult market.

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