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Schlumberger Norge har tapt fire milliarder på to år

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Category: Energy

Lavere aktivitet, press på marginer og finansielle nedskrivinger, har gitt milliardunderskudd for oljeservice-giganten Schlumberger Norge for andre året på rad. Resultat før skatt for Schlumberger Norge AS i det nylig fremlagte regnskapet for 2017, var minus 2 milliarder kroner, som er på samme nivå som i 2016, skriver Stavanger Aftenblad. Selskapet ønsker ikke å kommentere regnskapstallene […]

Source: Sysla


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Beste andre kvartal på fire år for Equinor

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Category: Energy

Equinor slapp torsdag resultatene for andre kvartal. Rapporten viser et justert resultat som økte fra 3,0 til 4,3 milliarder dollar. Det er det beste justerte resultatet i andre kvartal selskapet har hatt siden 2014, like før oljeprisen falt og sendte næringen ut i en dyp nedtur. Analytikernes konsensusforventning var at selskapet skulle levere et justert […]

Source: E24


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Wilhelmsen abandons large US acquisition

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Category: Shipping & Offshore

Norway’s Wilhelmsen is setting aside plans to acquire Drew Marine Technical Services after a US court decision. A US District Court for the District of Columbia announced that it will grant the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) motion for an injunction to block Wilhelmsen’s acquisition of Drew Marine Technical Services. Consequently, Wilhelmsen and Drew have agreed […]

Source: Maritime Professional


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Cargill launches global CO2 challenge with DNV GL to decarbonize shipping

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Category: Shipping & Offshore

US-based trade giant Cargill announced the launch of ‘CO2 Challenge’ which aims to find and scale new technologies capable of reducing a ship’s gross CO2 emissions by 10%. The initiative, focused on decarbonizing the shipping sector, is being launched in partnership with DNV GL. The announcement comes some days after the company revealed plans to […]

Source: Safety4Sea


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Autonomous Mini-Ferry Moves Forward in Trondheim

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Category: Shipping & Offshore

Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) are developing a small autonomous passenger ferry in Trondheim, Norway, a region that has opened its doors for testing self-driving ship technology. NTNU’s Departments of Electronic Systems, Technical Cybernetics and Marine Engineering are developing a prototype driverless ferry that can carry a dozen passengers on calm inland waters. […]

Source: The Maritime Executive

Published: November 15, 2018


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