Ungated Post | 13 Dec 2019

Assessing Neptune Energy’s Economic Impact

A study of Neptune Energy’s operations in the UK, Norway, the Netherlands and Germany

This report, commissioned by Neptune Energy, seeks to quantify the company’s total economic impact across the UK, Norway, the Netherlands and Germany, through its direct operations and the knock-on effects it creates in local supply chains and the wider economy.

We find that in 2018, Neptune Energy sustained an estimated $2.6 billion gross value added contribution to the four countries’ GDP and supported 9,400 jobs.

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