The Grieg Maritime Group HQ is in Grieg Gaarden (image) in Bergen, Norway, at the seafront opposite the UNESCO listed Bryggen seafront. In addition to Bergen, we have offices in Oslo, Shanghai and Manila. G2 Ocean is present in 15 locations around the world.
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Effective from the 1st of June, Kjerstin Hernes is promoted to the role of Chief Strategy Officer of Grieg Maritime Group.
Together with ExxonMobil, North Ammonia and GreenH, Grieg Edge is looking at producing and distributing green ammonia and hydrogen out of the Slagen terminal.
Better OH markets and sales of bulker vessels in 2021 delivered our best financial results since 2010.
In 2021, ships in the Amver system helped rescue 224 lives. The US Coast Guard honoured 22 of Grieg’s vessels with the Amver Award earlier this month.
Grieg Edge’s projected green ammonia fueled tanker got Approval in Principle by DNV last Friday. The next steps are developing the market and detailing the ship’s design.
Grieg Maritime Group will respond to Wista Norway’s “40 by 30” campaign and have 40% female managers within eight years.
Together with a group of leading shipping companies, Grieg Star joins Bimco to help reduce single-use plastics in the industry.
An industry partnership led by Grieg Maritime Group and initiated by the Green Shipping Program has started a pilot to retrofit an Open Hatch vessel to run on green ammonia.
The projected green ammonia fuelled ammonia-tanker has earned partners Wärtilä and Grieg Edge unexpected but welcome recognition from “Popular Science” magazine. Click to read more at griegedge.com
Following agreements to sell their remaining four bulk vessels, Maas Capital and Grieg Maritime Group conclude GriegMaas.
Grieg Edge has entered a contract with award-winning naval architect company LMG Marin to design the MS Green Ammonia. We expect a concept design to be finalised by the first half of 2022. Click to read more at griegedge.com
VP Shared Services, Eli Vassenden, spoke on behalf of Grieg Star during an IEAE round-table conference on the 7th of October – as one of the very few representatives from the private sector.
Why is shipping so reluctant to cooperate on the decarbonisation of existing fleet? Two of our Young SDG Innovators have a solution, and the UN Global Compact want them to talk about it on the world stage.
We are proud to announce that we strengthen our Board of Directors with tech and transformation leader Nada Ahmed.
Grieg Maritime Group has published the Annual Report for 2020, including ESG data.
Grieg Edge partners with Viridis Kapital to offer financing to green maritime business initiatives.
In 2020, we banned 90% of all single-use plastic onboard our ships. This year, we’ll demand high-quality on-land handling of the rest-waste.
Grieg Maritime Group and DNB have entered one of the world’s first loan agreements based on a post-LIBOR rate system.
With the pandemic still very much hurting seafarer wellbeing, Grieg Maritime Group promises to continue to fight for proper treatment of our colleagues. Last week we signed the Neptune declaration.
After two years of incremental changes, Grieg Star Group adopts a name to mirror the development. From the 1st of January, the group is called “Grieg Maritime Group”.