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Cargill Åpner Nytt Forskningslab Innen Fiskeernæring

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Category: IP & Innovation

Cargill feirer åpningen av sitt nye forskningslaboratorium i Dirdal i Rogaland. Det ultramoderne laboratoriet skal ha fokus på å utvikle nye dietter for oppdrettsnæringen, og samler Cargill og EWOS beste labkompetanse og kunnskaper innen ernæring og råvarer under ett tak. Mindre enn 6 måneder etter ferdigstillelsen av Cargill sitt nye fiskehelsesenter til 90 millioner kroner […]

Source: Ewos.com

Published: June 23, 2018


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House panel votes to clip wings of future airline deals like Norwegian

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Category: Airline / Travel

The low-cost carrier Norwegian Air International might not have won approval to serve the U.S. under legislation a House panel approved Tuesday. The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee agreed by voice vote to add a provision dealing with foreign airlines to a bill governing the Federal Aviation Administration. The provision allows the secretary of transportation […]

Source: USA Today

Published: June 23, 2018


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World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Refuses to Be Silenced

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Category: Energy

Investors are increasingly serious about their environmental, social and corporate governance duties, withholding investment from industries they deem to be damaging the planet or society and using their votes to steer companies onto better paths. But that only works if they have a say in the boardrooms of the companies they help to finance—a voice […]

Source: Bloomberg

Published: June 23, 2018


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Announcement of the 24th licensing round

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Category: Energy

Today, the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy announces the 24th licensing round on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The licensing round includes a total of 102 blocks. Nine blocks are located in the Norwegian Sea and 93 in the Barents Sea. The aim is to award new production licenses during the first half of 2018. – […]

Source: Regjeringen.no

Published: June 23, 2018


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Both Climate Leader and Oil Giant? A Norwegian Paradox

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Category: Energy

On an unseasonably warm day in May, Norway’s climate minister, Vidar Helgesen, strolled through a vast parking lot for electric cars, counting Teslas. “Two, three, four, five,” the minister marveled. And that was just one aisle. There are big perks to buying a Tesla — or any electric car — in Norway. The government waives […]

Source: NY Times

Published: June 23, 2018


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