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Sigrid Grom Bakken

Communications Manager

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Email: sigrid.bakken@g2ocean.com 

Phone: 0047 410 82 249

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Latest News

G2 Ocean enters strategic partnership with Port of Brake

G2 Ocean is entering a strategic partnership with Port of Brake, Germany to further strengthen its services and accommodate future growth plans. As a result of the new partnership, G2 Ocean’s regular inbound and outbound North...

Notice to Europe – East Coast North America Trade

G2 Ocean is excited to announce the promotion of Kent-Ove Jacobsen to the position of Senior Chartering Manager of the Europe – North America (EU/ENA) trade. Kent takes over the Senior Chartering role from Thomas Johansen who is...

G2 Ocean maintains EcoVadis Gold Rating

G2 Ocean maintains the EcoVadis Gold Rating for its sustainable business practices, ranking among the top three per cent of the evaluated companies. G2 Ocean has been awarded the Gold Rating in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)...

G2 Ocean releases 2020 Sustainability Report

G2 Ocean continues to reduce its operational emissions. In 2020, the company cut its carbon, sulphur dioxide, and nitrogen oxide emissions by 3.5, 77.8 and 5.4 per cent, respectively. On 4 October, G2 Ocean released its 2nd annual...

G2 Ocean receives vessel speed reduction award

G2 Ocean has earned recognition from the port of San Diego for its efforts to ensure compliance with standards that call for vessels to slow down to a 12-knot average speed at 20 nautical miles of the shore. “We are truly honoured to...

Underwater sound intensity reduced by nearly 50%

Since G2 Ocean joined the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority-led ECHO Program in 2017, the underwater sound intensity for killer whales in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, has been reduced by nearly 50 per cent. In 2017, the...