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Bloomberg: Oil Engineer Helps Norway Double Respirator Capacity

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An idea from a Norwegian oil engineer will help the Nordic country double the number of respirators in its hospitals to treat covid-19 patients. The emergency respirator was developed in only three weeks and production is due to start imminently, Prime Minister Erna Solberg said at a press conference on Tuesday. Norway currently has less than 700 […]

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Innovating for a New “Hverdag:” How AmCham Hospitality and Service Industry Members are Supporting Local Economies While Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

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Category: AmCham News

This is a challenging time for many companies – especially those in the hospitality and service industry.

Several AmCham member companies are adapting their strategies to provide customers with a sense of normalcy, while going the extra mile to ensure that they are not only operating within the Norwegian authorities’ safety frameworks but exceeding them.

Source: AmCham

Published: April 1, 2020


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World Oil: Equinor sees Johan Sverdrup production ramp faster than expected

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OSLO – Equinor’s Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea expects to reach plateau production for the first phase in early May, earlier than anticipated. Due to higher plant capacity, plateau production will increase from around 440,000 boepd to around 470,000 boepd. Plateau production was previously expected to be reached during the summer. At the […]

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NY Reviewer: Equinor to Depart U.S. Lobby Group IPAA over Climate Policy

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Equinor will depart industry lobby the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) over a disagreement about climate policy, the energy generator stated Friday. The Norwegian firm is undertaking a review of its memberships of sector associations under a settlement with a group of institutional buyers, the Climate Action 100+, signed last April. Particularly, Equinor cited the […]

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CNBC: WHO officials enroll first patients from Norway and Spain in ‘historic’ coronavirus drug trial

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The first patients in a “historic” drug trial to test treatments for the coronavirus have been enrolled in Norway and Spain, World Health Organization officials announced Friday. World health officials are testing four of the most promising drugs to fight COVID-19, including malaria medications chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, an antiviral compound called Remdesivir, a combination of HIV […]

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