Narrow by sector

Click to select

  • Salmon – slight production increase

    07.03.2014

    The global demand for Atlantic salmon continues to be strong, combined with a limited increase in production. The price may fall back a little, but it is very uncertain to know if this will happen, as economies a...

    Read more ››

  • Saithe: Prices set to rice in 2014

    05.03.2014

    The catch of saithe north of 62°N has set to the total fishing quota at 119 000 tonnes for this year. In Norway they were 100 000 tonnes while Russia had 12 000 and third countries quota was about 4 487 tonnes, which means...

    Read more ››

  • Search & rescue in the high north

    28.02.2014

    As the rate of Arctic maritime activity increases, so does the need for specialized accident response. Maritime 21 has launched a national initiative to build a world-class search and rescue competence in Norway’s High Nor...

    Read more ››

  • Industry focuses on lng as key technology

    24.02.2014

    A panel of experts at this year’s Nor-Shipping industry conference and exhibition in Lillestrom all concurred: LNG will be the most important technology issue for the maritime industry in the coming years.

    Read more ››

  • New maritime opportunities in the arctic

    13.02.2014

    Melting ice has opened new opportunities for the maritime industry in the North Sea Route.  Norwegian companies are collaborating with their expertise in the Centre for High North Logistics and the newly formed Arctic...

    Read more ››

  • INTSOK prepares for new international challenges

    31.01.2014

    The industry-government partnership INTSOK promoted Sjur Eigil Bratland in March to lead the Norwegian oil industry’s increasing push into international markets. He takes the helm as its members face a new set of challenge...

    Read more ››

  • New opportunities for floating lng production

    24.01.2014

    Experts forecast there will be a need for more floating LNG production vessels as the first FLNG field developments takes shape offshore Colombia, Malaysia and Australia over the years ahead. Norwegian shipowners Höegh, BW...

    Read more ››

  • Oil companies look to norway

    17.01.2014

    During the past 13 years, the number of companies exploring offshore Norway has risen from 25 to 54. Small companies in particular represent a disproportionate amount of the estimated 153,000 square kilometres total availa...

    Read more ››

  • Making the arctic risk free

    10.01.2014

    DNV and Statoil are in the throes of the most comprehensive risk review of the Arctic ever done in the industry, Arctic Competence Escalator. The aim is to make exploration in these challenging icy waters as safe as any ot...

    Read more ››

  • Pushing research further with new centres of excellence

    08.11.2013

    The Research Council of Norway has granted 13 research groups status as Norwegian Centres of Excellence, replacing the first ones established ten years ago. The initiative promises more than NOK 2 billion over a ten-year p...

    Read more ››