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Norway Exports - Oil & Gas and Shipping available for download

Download or read the new edition of Norway Exports - Shipping and Oil&Gas 2008

   

 OIL & GAS

 

Download or read the new Norway Exports edition Oil & Gas 2007/2008.

Comprised of several in-depth articles and a presentation of 76 different companies, this edition is now also available for download in PDF format.
 
(To download right-click the publication frontpage on your mouse, then click Save-Target-As to save the document to your computer. Document file size is 15 mb)


Strengthening the strategic high north partnerships
By Kristian Kahrs
When StatoilHydro won the contract to take part in the development of the enormous Shtokman gas field, which has enough gas for the entire European Union for seven years, it did not come as a surprise for the players in the Norwegian petroleum industry.
Read more in Nortrade
 
Norwegian companies attractive for russian partnership
By Kristian Kahrs
Even if the focus has been on the giants StatoilHydro and Gazprom after the Shtokman contract, there are numerous other players in the extensive Norwegian petroleum cluster to take market shares in Russia.
Read more in Nortrade

In pursuit of green energy excellence
by Nancy Bazilchuk
The rich petroleum resources in the North Sea have provided Norway enormous benefits, but Norwegians have also accepted that there are important responsibilities coupled with these resources.
Read more in Nortrade

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SHIPPING



Download or read the new Norway Exports edition Shipping 2007/2008.
 
Comprised of several in-depth articles and a presentation of 59 different companies, this edition is now also available for download in PDF format.
 
(To download right-click the publication frontpage on your mouse, then click Save-Target-As to save the document to your computer. Document file size is 15 mb)



Norway plans for green and sound growth
by Dean Clark
In an announcement heralding the Norwegian Government’s new Maritime Strategy, Minister of Trade and Industry Dag Terje Andersen pointed towards the government’s ambitions to create “the most innovative and environmentally friendly solutions” to drive growth in the maritime cluster.
Read more in Nortrade
 
New efforts to reduce the threat of stowaway organisms 
by Dean Clark
For thousands of years, rocks or sand were used as ballast in shipping. When modern technology shifted that function to water, a major new ecological consequence was discovered; invasive species are being discharged into vulnerable ecosystems around the world.
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Taking the Norwegian shipping abroad
by Edward Milsom
It has been said that “a ship has a soul”. It is a romantic notion, but one thing is undeniable: there is a lot more to a modern ocean-going vessel than meets the eye. Upholstered cabin furniture, tank monitoring systems, digital nautical charts, fire safety systems, CCTV cameras, laundry equipment, lighting and security solutions – the list goes on.
Read more in Nortrade

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