Ramboll merges units

Ramboll is to merge its oil and gas unit with its energy division.

The Danish energy consultancy announced that the move is aimed at accommodating the growing focus on sustainability and to be able to offer a full multidisciplinary service.

The company entered the Chinese market in 2016 with Ramboll Energy providing the engineering for 100 extra-resilient steel turbine foundations while Ramboll Oil & Gas provided the 400 MW substation detail design.

The merged units will work together under the Ramboll Energy name.

Ramboll Energy managing director Thomas Rand said: “Today we already share a number of large energy clients. With our combined service we will have 1,500 employees dedicated to renewable and conventional energy locally and globally.”

“We will support our clients better with a holistic approach to the energy sector and the challenges our clients face as well as a full-service, integrated and multidisciplinary offering that cuts across the whole value chain. We will be a one-stop-shop,” adds Executive Director John Sàƒ¸rensen.

The new unit will have a wide geographical reach, more diverse competence teams and a portfolio of close to 4,000 projects ” with approximately DKK 1.2 billion in revenue.à‚ 

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