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Uganda – Moving Towards Commercial Oil Production

The discovery of large oil reserves in Uganda in 2006 led to widespread expectations that the economy would quickly be transformed. The dream is now set to become a reality. Huge reserves Uganda’s current oil reserve stand at 6,5 billion barrels with 1,7 billion barrels recoverable from the ground. It is possible that more discoveries… Read More

UK artificial intelligence sector is booming

If you are operating in the tech and/or artificial intelligence sector and is looking to expand your business further, then UK might be for you. As Professor Stephen Hawking recently put it at a conference in Cambridge “Success in creating Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be the biggest event in the history of our civilisation. It… Read More

Vietnam wants Norway to become a strategic partner in biotechnology and sustainable aquaculture

A Vietnamese delegation of 18 representatives from both government and private enterprises will participate in a study trip to Norway from 8- 17 August 2017, including a visit to Aqua Nor 2017. The group is looking for Norwegian partners in aquaculture technology and marine ingredients processing technology. The delegation will be headed by the Vice… Read More

The waste sector in Romania is full of business opportunities

Do you represent a Norwegian or Romanian company that is active within the waste sector? Then the new Study on the Waste Sector in Romania can be an interesting read. The study looks at most of the segments in public and industrial waste in Romania and presents their current status and needs as well as… Read More

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Sweden launches Europe’s largest testing area for drones

If your company specializes in drone technology or drone applications, then Västervik in Sweden is the place you should be focusing your attention. New opportunities to test and innovate In the densely populated European continent, finding  suitable testing areas free from scheduled flights are few and far between. That is why Västerviks’s municipality and several private… Read More

Asia Pacific Maritime 2018 – Norwegian Pavilion

Join the Norwegian Pavilion at Asia Pacific Maritime 2018 to build connections with professionals in the marine, offshore, oil and natural gas industries in Asia. Asia Pacific Maritime (APM), a premier event in Asia, takes place every even year. 15,000 owners, builders, technical procurers and end-users from Asia and 1,500+ international suppliers in the shipbuilding and… Read More

Solar power will light up Vietnam

Incentives for cheaper electricity from solar energy has significantly sparked activities in the Vietnam solar sector. Local investors and international solar suppliers are teaming up while international donors and local/international banks are considering to provide financial packages for solar energy. (Photo: Solar BK Vietnam) The Vietnamese Government has set demanding targets for solar power development, which are… Read More

The Canary Islands – A mid-Atlantic maritime & offshore hub

The special geographical conditions of the Canary Islands make them a perfect place to provide offshore & maritime services to the vessels coming from West Africa, Brazil and the Gulf of Mexico. This special location has made them a natural hub for the offshore industry. Being a European territory, the Canary Islands provide a stable… Read More

Japanese-Norwegian partnership in developing a carbon neutral hydrogen value chain

Hydrogen produced from Norwegian renewable power can succeed in the Japanese energy market. Japan and Norway are both globally prominent energy nations and are investing considerably in R&D as well as in commercialization of technology. While Norway is gifted with rich natural resources and is a net exporter of primary energy, Japan is a globally considerable… Read More

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Norway and Canada contribute to green shift in the mining industry

Norway is rich in minerals, but only a limited amount of resources is exploited today. Norway has raw mineral values worth up to 2 500 billion NOK, and a refined mineral market value of 8 000 billion NOK (study performed by NGU and NHO). To harness these resources, the Norwegian mining sector needs several things… Read More