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Reuters: Norway cuts gas exports as plant shuts over strike

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OSLO (Reuters) – Norway’s Nyhamna gas export terminal is closing down as security guards at the plant go on strike, cutting volumes by an expected 50 million standard cubic metres (mcm) of gas per day, system operator Gassco said on Saturday.

Source: Reuters

Published: December 5, 2020


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Hydro appoints Paul Warton EVP Extruded Solutions

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Paul Warton, business unit president at global aluminium company Constellium, has been appointed Executive Vice President for Hydro’s Extruded Solutions business area. Warton (59) will report to President and CEO Hilde Merete Aasheim and join the Corporate Management Board. He will start his new position on February 1, 2021, replacing Egil Hogna, who will leave […]

Source: Hydro

Published: October 9, 2020


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Press Release: US and Norway Strengthen Cooperation on Offshore Energy and Seabed Minerals

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RegjeringeToday in Washington DC, the US Department of Interior (DOI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE). The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is a framework for continued cooperation between DOI and MPE in the areas of  offshore oil and gas, offshore wind energy and seabed minerals. – The […]

Source: Regjeringen.no


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MAREX: Jotun Hull Skating Solutions Tested by Wallenius Wilhelmsen

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Finding owners willing to pilot-test an onboard remotely-operated proactive hull cleaning unit wasn’t easy, but when Jotun reached out to Wallenius Wilhelmsen, they found a partner who shared their vision for a more environmentally-responsible shipping industry. As the operator of a fleet of 126 RoRo vessels, 11 marine terminals and 71 processing centres around the world, […]

Source: MAREX


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EuropeanCEO: Norsk Hydro Hilde Merete Aasheim shows her mettle

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The prominence given to environmental issues of late has placed a harsh spotlight on the commodities sector. The planet’s raw materials are finite, and harvesting them can often be cheaper than recycling. The environmental cost is usually ignored. Nevertheless, the aluminium industry has not performed too badly in terms of sustainability. A staggering 75 percent of all […]

Source: EuropeanCEO


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