Faster Realization of Infrastructure Projects
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Dr. Gunnar Brandin
Gunnar Brandin
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Shortly after the war in Ukraine had begun, it became clear that Germany needed to diversify its sources of natural gas supply to reduce its dependency and ensure its national energy security. The import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) through the Wilhelmshaven port required a strong connection to the national gas transmission network. OGE had to establish a link between Wilhelmshaven and the network (WAL) and furthermore expand the German long-distance gas transmission network. These challenges had to be addressed at the time of a global pandemic, which presented managers with a multitude of issues that required an innovative approach in management. In this paper, we will look at the difficulties faced by managers during the post-COVID era, specifically addressing the emerging challenges of remote working and home office. Furthermore, we will highlight how OGE has dealt with these issues during a period of increasing projects needs and shorter realization times.

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