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Dutch oil and gas producer NAM renews HSE contract

Oilfield Technology,

Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM), the Dutch joint venture between Shell and ExxonMobil, has renewed and extended its Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) contract with Royal HaskoningDHV.

The three-year contract covers risk above the ground on all NAM’s 175 onshore and offshore oil and gas exploration and production sites.

The multi-million euro contract covers all of NAM’s offshore and onshore assets in the Netherlands and the North Sea area. Royal HaskoningDHV will support NAM to achieve the safest, most efficient and sustainable gas exploration and production.


Eric Dorenbos, NAM’s HSE Regulatory Affairs Manager, commented: “Royal HaskoningDHV’s understanding of the oil and gas industry and strong presence in the north of the Netherlands means they understand local sensitivities. They have acquired extensive knowledge of NAM’s assets and operations over recent years, and demonstrated they are a reliable and trusted partner. For this reason we want to continue our relationship with them and have therefore renewed and extended their contract for a period of three years.”

Arthur Groot, Account Manager of the NAM at Royal HaskoningDHV, added: “We are helping NAM to achieve their objectives of conducting their operations in a safe, sustainable and efficient way. Our work will focus on Hazard and Effect Management, Compliance Management and Impact Assessment. This will include preparation of key documents, safety management studies, operation and contingency manuals, technical safety support and legal support.”

Royal HaskoningDHV’s extensive range of HSE services will help NAM achieve their goals for the next three years and beyond.

Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward

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