Total is the largest oil operator in Denmark. Its biggest partnership is DUC where 85% of the oil and 97% of the gas export in the country stems from. This adds an important contribution to Denmark’s economy, energy supply and employment.
Holger Christiansen A / S is an international trading company that works with purchase and export of auto electrical parts to over 90 countries. With over five decades in the industry, Holger Christiansen A/S has acquired a thorough knowledge of the market.
In 2016, the Danish Energy Agency opened a new operation centre - "Centre for Energy Administration" - in Esbjerg. Its employees have a high degree of 'freedom under responsibility' as well as access to shape their daily lives and working practices.
With approximately 10.500 employees, Esbjerg Municipality is the largest company in the Municipality. Esbjerg Municipality's vision is to be Denmark's best workplace. Skilled employees are needed to lift future tasks.
Sydvestjysk Hospital is located in Esbjerg, Grindsted and Brørup. The hospital treats patients in nearly all specialities - medical as well as surgical. Sydvestjysk Hospital is for patients and their families.
Semco Maritime is a leading international contractor and engineering company, which works in the marine and energy sectors - both offshore and onshore. Semco Maritime has designed, manufactured and maintained client assets for more than 30 years.
Erhvervsakademi SydVest is a teaching and knowledge institution. It offers education, knowledge exchange as well as research and development. Erhvervsakademi SydVest cooperates with companies to develop and provide knowledge.
Rambøll Group is a leading knowledge company within engineering, design and consulting. It employs about 10.000 employees, which are involved in projects worldwide. It is focused on knowledge sharing and collaboration across disciplines.
Schlumberger is the world's leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions to customers working in the oil and gas industry worldwide. It employs about 105.000 people in more than 85 countries.
SE is one of Denmark’s largest energy and telecommunication companies. It is an organisation in constant motion with a solid, common culture based on its four customer promises and seven rules of conduct.
Danish Safety Technology Authority is an agency under the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs with responsibility for safety technology concerning electricity and gas, general product safety, fireworks, accreditation and metrology.