Unlocking the potential of energy
We work for a viable energy future
Energy has always been a catalyst for change and growth. As the world population increases and living standards improve, more energy than ever is needed to light up our homes, grow our businesses and fuel our progress for the generations to come. But with increasing energy demands come increasing emissions, leading to climate changes.
At Danske Commodities, we bring renewables to the market at scale and provide the flexibility needed to meet the energy demands and intermittency of renewable power generation.
This is how we help pave the way for a more sustainable future.
Speed and scale
Our company was born in 2004 when a young Danish banker and entrepreneur saw potential in bringing divided national energy markets together through international trade. After a successful growth trajectory, we were acquired by energy major Equinor in 2019, providing us with an even stronger platform to further scale our business. We are Equinor’s route-to-market for renewables and play a big part in their journey to becoming a broad energy company.
As the nimble giant of the energy markets and backed by Equinor, we represent the best of both worlds. We combine fierce execution speed, innovative thinking and a tech-driven mindset with an unparalleled financial position and asset portfolio. And we have the vision and strength to accelerate the energy transition on a global scale.
Our 2025 strategy, Transition FWD, is all about enabling a successful energy transition. To succeed, we must undergo four transitions as a company:
- We will expand our business from European to global and enable commercial growth across five continents.
- We will evolve from a strict prop mindset to a portfolio approach and take on more asset-backed trading.
- We will advance from digital jacks to digital kings and implement automation across the entire DC value chain.
- And we will grow from today’s capabilities to tomorrow’s capabilities and set aside time for development and innovation.
Present in 40 markets across five continents