“In publishing this report, we are committing ourselves to sharing our ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) performance with our stakeholders. In 2022, we will be further developing our ESG strategy and refining our key performance indicators. We will also continue the work started in 2021 to align our strategic priorities to the UN Global Compact and the SustainableDevelopment Goals,” says Øyvind Mikaelsen, CEO of DeepOcean.
DeepOcean has set a target to achieve a 45% reduction in CO2 emissions before 2030 and become carbon neutral by 2040. DeepOcean’s environmental obligations, social responsibilities and corporate governance shape the company’s business strategy and operational day-to-day priorities.
“At the heart of DeepOcean’s strategy is a vision to be a world-leading ocean services provider, enabling the energy transition, and sustainable use of ocean resources. There is still much to do when it comes to the energy transition and sustainable use of the ocean space, but I am proud to say that DeepOcean is moving towards a future kinder to the world in which we live,” adds Øyvind Mikaelsen.
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DeepOcean is a world-leading ocean services provider, enabling energy transition and sustainable use of ocean resources, offering survey, engineering, project management, installation, maintenance, and recycling services for oil and gas, offshore renewables, deep sea minerals, and other ocean services.
Across the global offices, DeepOcean is a trusted independent solutions provider with highly skilled industry experts, using world-class fit-for-purpose tools and technology to drive cost-efficient and safe operations. The company delivers innovative engineering solutions focusing on remote and unmanned operations and digitally-enabled services while continuously striving to lower the carbon footprint.