Currently, around one houndred companies, research institutions and organizations are members of the AquaVentus Förderverein.
Natixis -Your “Go-To” Bank in Energy and Natural Resources:
Natixis has leveraged the experience of 30 years in the energy & natural resources industry to serve all players in the “renewable energy” value chain. As one of the Top 10 global banks, Natixis is the financial partner of choice for managing the energy transition. With a global network of more than 140 banking experts in 12 locations, Natixis supports its corporate clients in large-volume financing and complex structuring with innovative solutions in Green & Sustainable Finance, Corporate Finance, Global & Commodity Trading, Global Markets or Real Asset Finance.
N-Sea is the leading provider of total subsea solutions.
We provide a wide range of surveying, IRM and construction services to contractors and the energy sector, with a focus on the international oil and gas as well as renewable energy industries.
We provide effective and cost-efficient solutions for subsea facilities and infrastructure, while maintaining a safe environment.
N-Sea delivers subsea engineering: from installation to decommissioning, from inspection to maintenance management, we help assess the condition of subsea assets and provide the necessary service throughout the lifecycle.
NGT is a Dutch company that has owned and operated a nearly 500-kilometer pipeline network in the Dutch North Sea for almost 50 years. NGT operates an open access system available to all offshore gas producers on equal and transparent terms. By transforming existing infrastructure into an integrated offshore hydrogen backbone, we can accelerate the development of green hydrogen through offshore electrolysis.
NOGAT B.V. is the owner and operator of the NOGAT pipeline system. It transports gas produced on the Danish, German and Dutch parts of the continental shelf to the Dutch market. The NOGAT pipeline system consists of a pipeline from the F3-FB platform to Den Helder, including connected pipelines to Denmark and Germany, and a gas processing plant in Den Helder. NOGAT B.V. plays an important role in the implementation of the Dutch Small Fields Directive and complements the Dutch Gas Hub.
NOGAT B.V. offers all affiliated companies the possibility to bridge short production stops and to mix gas of different quality before it is delivered to the Dutch network.
NOGAT B.V. strives to make the most of its current transportation and gas processing capacity by operating efficiently and reliably to achieve the highest possible level of gas supply.
The company, together with Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V. and NAM B.V., aims to continuously improve the HSEQ aspects of the business.
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Northland Power is a leading global power producer dedicated to developing, building, owning and operating clean and green global power infrastructure assets across the world. Headquartered in Toronto with offices and facilities in over 12 countries, Northland owns or has an economic interest in over 3 GW of operating generating capacity and 4,5GW visible development portfolio. Specifically in Germany, Northland has established its offshore wind centre of excellence in Hamburg and owns and operates two offshore windfarms Deutsche Bucht (252 MW) and Nordsee One (332 MW). In partnership with RWE, Northland is developing an additional 1.3 GW of new offshore wind capacity in the North Sea.