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On 13 August, Karin Berentsen signed the agreement with the European Space Agency (ESA). Here photographed with Terje Handeland of Validé, technology transferer for the ESA in Norway. (Photo: Hilde Garlid, Validé)

The European Space Agency Believes in Karin’s Unique Mapping Tool

05/09/2018 kl 13:48 0 kommentarer

Can climate risk be transferred into something that one can measure? The weather gets warmer, wetter and wilder. Thanks to a recent agreement with the European Space Agency, Karin Berentsen can soon present her new and interactive mapping tool, which may be of great help in visualizing future projects’ footprint and climate risk.

This image from Vika, Mo i Rana, is one of the illustrations presented at the press conference yesterday. (Illustration: MIP)

Tech Giant Invests NOK 274 million at Mo Industrial Park

20/03/2018 kl 13:51 0 kommentarer

The international tech company Bitfury invests in Mo Industrial Park and initially aims to create more than 30 local jobs. In the longer term, the company hopes to further expand its activities.

Working during the long, harsh winters of Canada’s North poses logistical challenges.
 (Photo credit: Mackenzie Valley Fibre Link Project).

Bringing state of the art telecommunications to Canada’s North

29/06/2017 kl 07:00 0 kommentarer

The long-awaited Mackenzie Valley Fibre Link reached Inuvik earlier this month, connecting the communities along the valley to the larger Canadian fibre network.

The discovery at Cape Vulture will be considered for tie-back to the FPSO at Norne, which has been in production since 1997. (Photo: Anne-Mette Fjærli/Statoil ASA)

New Statoil discovery in the Norwegian Sea

17/01/2017 kl 10:49 0 kommentarer

Statoil has found oil and gas in the Cape Vulture well, near the Norne field.

Artur Wilczynski, Canadian Ambassador to Norway, believes Canadian Arctic capabilities may be of interest to potential Norwegian partners too. (Photo: Official press photo, Canadian Embassy to Norway.)

Aiming for Canadian Arctic business boost

19/12/2016 kl 13:33 0 kommentarer

The Canadian government hopes that a new list of Arctic business capabilities will give a boost to Arctic businesses.

MS "Roald Amundsen" will take its guests close to nature and wildlife. (Illustration: Hurtigruten)

Two New Expedition Ships to be Named after Polar Heroes

19/10/2016 kl 14:03 0 kommentarer

Norwegian company Hurtigruten´s two new expedition ships built with hybrid technology will be named MS “Roald Amundsen” and MS “Fridtjof Nansen” after two of the most influential polar pioneers ever.

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