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Autonomous Ships & Sustainable Technology
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The Maritime Industry
In this issue, the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry, Monika Mæland, gives her view on the opportunities within the ocean industry. Important industry organisations are presented with information about their work and expertise. Over fi ve articles, topics currently central to the Norwegian maritime industry are discussed in depth. This issue’s topics include autonomous ships, hydrogen as alternative green fuel, electric passenger ferries, the work to clean the oceans of plastics and the enter of drones into offshore maintenance. In the second half of this issue, you will find information about Norwegian companies that offer their products and services on the global market.

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Monica Mæland

The Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry
Photo: NFD

norway’s ocean technologies
- making the future both green and blue

The Oceans will be essential for future global growth and prosperity. To make the most of this Blue Economy potential, we need new green technologies and shrewd innovations. We are well underway: New and exciting technologies– such as battery, hydrogen, automation – are paving the way for a sustainable, more blue and greener future.

There is a growing global recognition that the ocean will be a significant contributor to future prosperity and growth. In fact, the OECD estimates that ocean-based industries could double their contribution to the global economy by 2030. Yet our oceans are under much pressure: from climate change, overfishing and pollution. It follows that making the most of the blue potential requires that we manage to harvest its resources sustainably.

New technologies and closer collaboration across sectors is essential, to bringing about a future that is both green and blue. With our recently-launched Ocean Strategy, we aim to provide the best possible framework and conditions for our ocean industries to exploit this potential.

Currently, ocean-based industries represent about 70 per cent of our export income. It goes without saying that the oceans are very important to our country; with fisheries, the petroleum and the maritime industries being the bulwark of our ocean economy. Over the past few decades, we have seen increasing overlaps between these traditional ocean sectors - with a new wave of technological innovation and knowledge transfers. This development has contributed to the emergence of new ocean-based sectors - such as seabed mining, offshore wind and offshore ocean farming.

For instance, the offshore energy sector provides much of the technology needed for the development of tomorrow’s offshore fish farming. Ocean Farm 1 – the world’s first offshore fish farm – may represent the first step towards a new era in aquaculture. Based on Norwegian aquaculture and offshore technology, Ocean Farm 1 aspires to address central issues related to sustainable growth in the aquaculture industry.

Experience and knowledge from the maritime industry help foster growth through more automation and digitalisation. As seen in Trondheim, where the Kongsberg Group has begun sea trials in the world’s first designated testing site for autonomous ships. The YARA Birkeland will be the world’s first fully electric and autonomous container ship, with zero emissions. Ampere is the world’s first electric-powered car ferry and generates zero emissions and minimum sound. I am certain that more will follow. The examples are abundant, and the prospects are high.

Since 1957 the issuers of this publication – Norway Exports – have done a remarkable job of showing a global audience that some of the best technologies in the world, are made in Norway. The focus in this edition of Norway Exports is innovation and new technologies. It certainly is a most welcome topic, and I hope you will fi nd topics that will inspire you to reach out to a Norwegian technology provider to learn more.

Thank you for your interest and enjoy the read!

Partners

the ministry of trade,
industry & fisheries


The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries is responsible for designing industrial and seafood policy with an eye to the future.


Main Areas

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries is responsible for policy in the following areas:

  • Competition policy
  • Seafood (fishing and aquaculture) policy
  • European Economic Area and the internal market
  • Norway`s free trade agreements
  • Innovation policy
  • Safe and healthy seafood
  • Simplification for business
  • Space related activities
  • State ownership
  • The maritime industry
  • The Norwegian fishing quotas
  • Travel industry

Value Creation

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries is responsible for designing industrial and seafood policy with an eye to the future. This includes involvement in any policy area that affects value creation.

The collective value creation nationwide is what determines prosperity and well-being in Norway. The objective of the Government’s industrial and seafood policy, therefore, is to maximize value creation in the Norwegian economy.


Monica Mæland, minister of trade and industry, gets a tour on the Siem Daya at the Vard Brattvåg shipyard.

Promotes Trade, Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurial Spirit

The Ministry designs and creates a framework for and administers policy regarding Norwegian business activities – as well as other industrial and seafood policy instruments and policy for the shipping industry. The Ministry promotes trade, research, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit. In addition, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries aids in coordinating the efforts of the various ministries in order to ensure a sound, unified, futureoriented industrial and seafood policy.

The Ministry serves as secretariat for the Minister of Trade and Industry and the Minister of Fisheries, a task which involves providing expert advice to the cabinet minister and Government in the sphere of industrial and seafood policy, as well as aiding in the drawing up of documents to the Storting.

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

PO Box 8090 Dep
NO-0032 Oslo, Norway
Tel: +47 22 24 90 90
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/nfd

Partners

Nor-Shipping 2019
– accessing ocean opportunities



Opportunities within maritime are as deep and diverse as the oceans themselves, but the challenges of navigating a sector in transition are considerable. Nor-Shipping 2019 is here to help – connecting stakeholders, highlighting potential, and providing a unique platform for supporting maritime and the developing ocean industries.


Nor-Shipping is the world’s leading maritime event week.

For one week every two years the global industry descends upon Nor- Shipping’s exhibition halls in Lillestrøm and across a series of social and business venues throughout nearby Oslo. Every segment within the maritime value chain is represented and championed – with established players mixing with next generation technology innovators to do business, network, and chart the way forward for this most dynamic of industries.

Nor-Shipping focuses on realising the potential inherent in a gathering of this magnitude. By providing an optimal business environment, both physically and digitally, the event week helps cultivate new ideas, insights and partnerships, ensuring that all participants gain real value from a unique experience.

It’s here to serve, support and enable success in the maritime and ocean industries. This is the very essence of Nor-Shipping.


An industry in flux

Maritime is changing. Driven by digitalisation, new technology and a need to create a truly sustainable sector, businesses are assessing the ocean with a new vision.

Activities such as deep-sea mining, offshore aquaculture, offshore wind, biofuel creation, data capture (below, at and above sea level), drone utilisation, and harvesting new food sources are growing fast, while shipping itself is evolving with electric ships, hydrogen fuels, green technology and the gradual move towards autonomous vessels.

Ideas are everywhere, but to realise their potential businesses have to tap into established ocean expertise – learning from the players who have already ‘been there, done that’ and built enduringly successful companies.

The firms that open their doors to new partners and knowledge transfer will be the ones that prosper. And Nor-Shipping’s objective is to serve and support the industry to this end, bringing people together for mutual, long-lasting benefits.



Something for everyone

Nor-Shipping 2019 will deliver added value for exhibitors and delegates alike.

The halls and programme will be tailored to provide something for everyone, ensuring that traditionally strong Norwegian segments, such as maritime research and development, finance, law, and shipbuilding, are represented, while international manufacturers and service providers have the ideal arena to showcase expertise and win new customers.

Alongside creating business connections, Nor-Shipping also works to build bridges between the generations. For maritime to pave the way forwards to a sustainable future it has to increase its visibility as a valid, and exciting, career path.

2019 will see a new set of initiatives aimed at attracting the best young talent to the industry, while strengthening bonds between the academic and business worlds. To reap the biggest rewards, maritime has to be inclusive, opening up to new generations whilst spanning cultural and gender divides, thus gaining the greatest variety of insights and perspectives. Nor-Shipping has a crucial role to play in this process.


Enduring impact

Although Nor-Shipping is once every two years, the event week has, and will increase, its on-going influence at all times. The brand is strong and has genuine international impact – allowing access to the Norwegian (and Nordic) marketplace and expertise, while providing a powerful business platform for industry actors worldwide.

The team plans to extend its reach even further outside the scheduled week and deliver added value throughout the year. This will see the launch of fresh activity, mirroring the opportunities opening up in our oceans, and, for the first time ever, Nor-Shipping initiatives will also take place outside of Norway.

The journey into the future of maritime has already begun. Nor-Shipping 2019 will help the entire industry chart the most profi table, future-oriented and sustainable pathway forwards.


Welcome to Nor-Shipping
  • The world’s leading maritime event week.
  • Representing the best Norwegian, Nordic and global maritime players.
  • Six exhibition halls, including one dedicated to the Nor-Shipping concept of Disruptive Sustainability, spanning 21,000 m2.
  • Around 1000 exhibiting companies, with 19 separate national pavilions.
  • The meeting place for maritime innovators, established businesses, external industry actors and the next generation of decision makers.
  • A unique programme of conferences, social activities and business gatherings designed to deliver lasting value.
  • 35,000 delegates attending the exhibition and associated activity.

Save the date: Nor-Shipping 2019 takes place from 04-07 June.


Nor-Shipping

Tel: +47 400 01 394
Messeveien 8, 2004 Lillestrøm
Email: [email protected]

Partners

blue maritime cluster
- global centre of expertise



For many generations the Maritime Cluster in Møre has been a pioneer in technology development and operations at sea. It began with the development of a modern fishing fleet, then came the activities connected to offshore oil and gas. As the cluster now ventures into the era of digital connectivity, a new chapter is added to our history.


A World-Class Maritime Cluster

Most of Norway’s strength in the field of advanced marine operations is concentrated within an hour’s drive from the picturesque town of Ålesund on the country’s west coast. The region is home to an impressive constellation of over 220 leading maritime companies and training, research and finance institutions that form one of very few complete maritime clusters in the world.

Due to its leading position and its strong global presence, the cluster was awarded the prestigious status as Global Centre of Expertise (GCE) by the Norwegian government. GCE is the top level in the Norwegian cluster program and a national status awarded by the government to the most global and rapidly growing industry clusters.


Global Presence - Global Attraction

The cluster operates globally and its companies and products are known world-wide. While most of the companies of the cluster are home-bread, an increasing number of major international players, such as Rolls-Royce Marine, Inmarsat, VARD Fincantieri or Bourbon, are seeking their place in the cluster.

The cluster’s winning mix is a high pace of innovation, prototype orientation, competition, informal communication, cooperation, and unique know-how within the field of advanced marine operations for the global ocean industry.


Photo: Rolls-Royce Marine

Storfjorden Test Site for Autonomous Ships

A consortium led by GCE Blue Maritime, The Norwegian Coastal Administration and the Norwegian Maritime Authority have signed an agreement paving the way for Storfjorden and its associated side fjords to become a test site for the remotely controlled, autonomous ships of the future. Storfjorden is ideally situated in close proximity to no less than 14 shipyards and 20 shipping companies, several of which already use this area to conduct pre-commissioning trials for their newly built vessels.

Per Erik Dalen, CEO of GCE Blue Maritime states that: “The area is important for national and international enterprises that are at the forefront of maritime and marine technology development and need somewhere to perform full-scale pilot testing.”

The amount and variety of sea-going traffic makes it an excellent place to test how new technologies perform under real-life conditions. In addition, a number of sensors have recently been installed to measure winds and sea currents in the test area.


GCE Blue Maritime Cluster, ÅKP AS

Borgundvegen 340
NO-6009 Ålesund
Phone: +47 70 32 92 00
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.bluemaritimecluster.no/gce

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Partners

the maritime department of the federation of norwegian industries



The Maritime Department of the Federation of Norwegian Industries represents Norwegian shipyards, equipment manufacturers and ship-design companies. The Department ensures political power and credibility for the strategic maritime industry both domestic and abroad.


The Maritime Department of the Federation of Norwegian Industries interacts with the authorities, financial institutions, other maritime associations, schools and universities as well as companies and R&D institutions at home and abroad.

Through SEA Europe, the common European lobby-organization in Brussels, the Department cooperates with other European organizations and associations in matters of interest for its member companies.


Fostered a Large Maritime Industry

Norwegians have through generations worked and harvested the oceans fostering a world leading cluster of maritime companies that deliver highclass shipping services globally, new and innovative ships, leading technological, legal and financial services and world class maritime equipment.

Norwegian maritime equipment suppliers operate on global markets where 90 percent of their products and services are being sold. The industry is projected to increase its part of Norway’s industrial output as Norwegian companies develop environmental friendly solutions and equipment to national and international buyers. Replacement and aftermarket services are equally important market segments as shipowners turn “green” and seek technological upgrades and more environmental friendly technology for their ships.


NKT Victoria. Ship of the Year 2017. State of the art cable-laying vessel delivered from Kleven Yards.

Innovative & Technology-driven

Norway’s history of innovative ship design is coupled with a drive to deliver high quality products and a constant need for improved efficiency to remain competitive. Innovation, research and other creative activities are the main basis for the industry’s long-term competitiveness.

The Norwegian Maritime Industry is a major player in the rapid technological integration of the Ocean Industries. Maritime technologies and solutions are key to offshore exploration, to ocean wind projects and installations, and to secure a successful implementation and operations of new aquaculture technology in more exposed areas. Products from Norwegian equipment manufacturers are often described as being made for extreme conditions, whether that is the weather in the Arctic or ruggedly made to withstand the challenges of deep-sea subsea work.


Core Values & Areas

The Norwegian maritime industry is rapidly introducing new environmental friendly solutions to national and international ocean industries. Core values are functionality, reliability and customer service of the highest standard. Norwegian shipyards and ship designers are strong within several sectors for specialized vessels, i.e. offshore vessels, support vessels for wind-farms as well as coastal liners, ferries, fishing vessels and a range of service boats for the aquaculture industry.

Environmental responsibility is given crucial priority in order to prevent pollution and to design equipment and vessels that are fueleffi cient. LNG, hybrid and electric solutions are key technologies Norwegian maritime equipment suppliers offer to the market.

The Federation of Norwegian Industries Maritime Department

PO Box 7072
Majorstuen NO-0306 Oslo, Norway
Tel: +47 23 08 88 00
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.norskindustri.no/english


Visiting address:
Næringslivets Hus,
Middelthunsgate 27
NO-0368 Oslo, Norway

Partners

oslo chamber of commerce
– where global business meets



Oslo Chamber of Commerce (OCC) assists you with international trade. Their services are all tailored to provide you with easy access to international markets. OCC has an international focus and offers knowledge and contacts through the world’s largest business network.


OCC services:
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  • Consultancy related to import/ export/ customs issues
  • Matchmaking services for foreign business delegations to Norway
  • The only Arbitration Institute in Norway

INN – International Network of Norway

INN is the one stop shop for relocation services which will give you the winning edge in attracting and retaining highly qualifi ed employees.

INN offers the following services:

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  • Dual Career/Partner support
  • Welcome to Norway seminar
  • INN publications
  • Expatriation from Norway
  • Repatriation to Norway
Oslo Chamber of Commerce

PO BOX 2874- NO
0230 Oslo, Norway
Tel: +47 22 12 94 00
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.chamber.no
@OsloChamber


Arntzen de Besche law firm is proud main sponsor of Oslo Chamber of Commerce.

Partners

nho – confederation of
norwegian enterprise



The NHO - Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise - is the main business and employers organization in Norway with a current membership of 25,000 companies ranging from small family-owned businesses to multinational enterprises. A half million people work in those companies. As a member in NHO you will have access to a unique network and influence decision making. NHO offers amongst other special deals for members in legal aid, counselling, pension scheme, statistics and analysis.


In addition to the central organization in Oslo, which has cross sectoral responsibility for members’ interests, members also belong to one of 20 nationwide sectoral federations and one of 15 regional associations. The sectoral federations represent branch-related interests while the regional associations offer a local point of contact between companies and authorities.

NHO policies and priorities are decided by an executive council made up of 46 elected representatives from member companies. A ten member NHO Board chaired by the President makes decisions on policy issues with delegated authority from the executive council. A Director General is responsible for day-to-day operations in the administration.

NHO’s Mission

NHO´s mission is to work in the best interests of their member companies in a way that also benefits society. Profitable companies create jobs and economic growth and contribute to the financing of the public sector and the welfare.

Norway is heavily dependent on open trade and an open investment climate. Foreign direct investments play an important role in maintaining Norway’s competitive edge and create the needed dynamism in the private sector.

NHO´s main tasks are:

  • Pursuing business friendly policies and framework conditions that promotes sustainable growth and the development of a competitive business sector
  • Collective bargaining with the trade unions
  • Providing services and advising member companies on a wide range of issues

FOTO: NHO

NHO – Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise

PO Box 5250 Majorstuen
Middelthunsgate 27
NO-0303 Oslo, Norway
Tel: +47 23 08 80 00
Fax: +47 23 08 80 01
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nho.no, www.arbinn.nho.no

Articles

autonomous ships go larger and greener

Norway’s maritime industry has swiftly evolved expanded its focus from small-scale driverless shipsboats , mostly small ferries, to larger autonomous offshore supply vessels and zero-emissions container ship concepts.

Norway has progressed rapidly in autonomous shipping with both the number of test beds for new driverless concepts and the scale of projects. Since the start of the Norwegian Forum for Autonomous Shipping (NFAS) last year, the number of members has grown to 50 companies, organisations and universities participating in up to 10 autonomous shipping projects. The largest of these could be Yara’s battery driven container feeder Yara Birkeland, which could set a huge milestone as the world’s first fully electric and autonomous container ship.

“I would claim that it started with MUNIN,” says Ørnulf Jan Rødseth, SINTEF Ocean senior researcher and NFAS manager. “In 2012, nobody believed in this, but suddenly it exploded.”

Reducing Road Transport

SINTEF Ocean (then Marintek) was technical advisor for the EU project MUNIN, a three-year concept study for unmanned bulk shipping from 2012-2015. The aim of the project was to study an unmanned Handymax bulk carrier concept. Others, such as classification company DNV GL, have simultaneously developed its own autonomous cargo concept called ReVolt.

ReVolt is based on a 60-metre fully electric unmanned shortsea vessel with a cargo capacity of 100 twenty-foot containers. A small-scale model is currently being used by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to test different technologies related to autonomous shipping under the research programme AUTOSEA, together with Kongsberg Maritime and Maritime Robotics.

As part of another pilot project, Norwegian industrial group Kongsberg, Risavika Harbour in western Norway, shipowner Seatrans, the Norwegian Coastal Administration and DNV GL are developing a battery driven container feeder concept for shuttling goods autonomously without crew from Stavanger to Bergen. The pilot is part of phase two of the DNV GL-led initiative Green Coastal Shipping Programme, which aims to reduce the volume of goods transported by road and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships.

Norwegian fertilizer producer Yara has similar goals with its unmanned vessel. Planned for operation by 2020, the Yara Birkeland could be the world’s first fully electric and autonomous ship. The batterypowered container ship will reduce NOx and CO2 emissions and remove 40,000 containers from the roads by shipping from Yara’s Porsgrunn production plant to the ports of Brevik and Larvik. The company calls Yara Birkeland a “game changer” for global maritime transport that meets the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).


Sea trials of three-metre model of ReVolt during testing by students from NTNU at the Trondheim fjord.

© DNV GL
Disruptive Technology

The environment has been a driving force for autonomous shipping in the wake of the Paris Climate Agreement, increasing sulphur cap regulations for global shipping, and the UN SDGs. Although not regulated by the Paris deal, the Norwegian maritime industry has taken significant steps towards becoming greener. Most recently, the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association announced plans last June to cut emissions in half by 2050, and become carbon emissions free by 2100 to help reach the SDGs.

Another key factor is the commercial aspect, says Bjørn-Johan Vartdal, DNV GL programme director for maritime group technology & research. Drone ships can be built smaller because there is less need for worker space, saving construction and operational costs. Smaller ships also mean more energy efficiency operations and lower fuel consumption and emissions from reduced speed.

“The main cost saving is most likely the savings on crew costs,” says Vartdal.

One emerging trend has been that producers, rather than shipowners, are coming up with their own shipping concepts to reduce their carbon footprint. Yara took the initiative with Yara Birkeland. Rashpal Bhatti, BHP vice president freight, announced last May that the Australian miner has similar plans to use autonomous vessels carrying BHP cargo powered by BHP gas. “It is an example of disruptive technology when you see you can build differently,” says Rødseth. “It’s not the shipowners, but other parties that drive and develop new business models for transport. This hasn’t been done before. It’s not a revolution, but it represents a new way of thinking.”


Yara Birkeland could become the world’s first fully electric and autonomous container ship with zero emissions.

© Yara
Sizing Up

The next sizeable, unmanned vessel could be Hrönn, a fully automated vessel for offshore operations being built by Fjellstrand for the UK’s Automated Ships Ltd and Kongsberg Maritime for delivery by 2019. The light-duty offshore utility ship will be used for the offshore energy, scientific, hydrograph and offshore fish farming industries. The vessel could be tested in the Trondheim fjord, one of two test beds in Norway for autonomous shipping that now includes the recently added area of Grenland off the coast of eastern Norway.

Both the Yara Birkeland and Hrönn represent a scaling up of the size of autonomous ships. Previously, the Trondheim fjord has been used to test smaller boats, such as Maritime Robotics’ small unmanned-surface vessels and a scale version of a passenger ferry called Milli Ampere developed by NTNU.

As of May, the Trondheim fjord has opened for the two-year study ASTAT (Autonomous Ship Transport at the Trondheim fjord) that will develop concepts for larger bulk and break bulk transport concepts that can replace truck transport. One test with the Norwegian forestry company Allskog will focus on transporting lumber in the region.

ASTAT is the one of the latest new projects by members of NFAS. The other current projects include Yara Birkeland, test area the Trondheim fjord, test area Grenland, NTNU AMOS Centre of Excellence Research Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications (AAWA), AUTOSEA sensor fusion and collision avoidance for advanced ships, and ENABLE*3 shore-based bridge concept.

Norway’s NAVTOR is the only Norwegian industrial partner in the EU project ENBABLE*3 and owner of the maritime demonstrator. The project will look to the automotive industry for inspiration and test the software element of a remote bridge concept based on continuous data sharing between vessels and shore.

By Valeria Criscione

Articles

could hydrogen be the next alternative maritime fuel?

Norway’s maritime industry is stepping up efforts to fi nd ways to use to hydrogen as an alternative green fuel with a number of exciting new pilot projects.

Shipowners have long been looking to alternative fuels, heavy fuel oil and marine diesel to limit local pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, such as liquefi ed Natural Gas (LNG). The greener fuel has been used for LNG carriers since the 1960s, but the first LNG-powered vessel was Norway’s Glutra in 2000.

Since then, the country has become the largest utilizer of LNG as an alternative maritime fuel with 70% of the world’s LNG powered fleet. The benefi ts are lower SOx, CO2 and NOx emissions. But the industry has increasingly cast its net wider into many types of greener alternatives, such as electricity, bio-diesel, methanol, and hydrogen.

“For the first time in 100 years we see that shipowners have to relate to many fuels,” says Narve Mjøs, DNV GL director for Green Coastal Shipping Programme. “There is no silver bullet that applies to all trades.”

Brødrene Aa is working on developing a hydrogen-powered ferry for the county of Florø.

© Maritime Association Sogn andof Fjordane
Hydrogen Future

Created in 2015 as public-private initiative, the Green Coastal Shipping Programme is now in its second phase of fast tracking environmentally friendly maritime projects. For the first time, the programme has tested hydrogen as a maritime fuel under the project GKP7H2.

Norwegian shipyards, Brødrene Aa and Mancraft have together developed a light weight 30-meter long high speed passenger ferry concept suitable for transporting up to 100 commuters between the local municipality centres Florø and Maaløy on Norway´s west coast. The goal of the pilot project is to have a hydrogen-powered ferry using locally sourced hydrogen in operation by 2021.

There are many advantages to using hydrogen and fuel cells to power a ship. The only by-product is pure water, it operates silently, and there are zero emissions. If produced using renewable energy, such as wind solar or hydropower, or natural gas with carbon capture and storage, hydrogen would rank among the most environmentally alternative ship fuel, according to the classification company DNV GL.

However, hydrogen is highly combustible and its safety related properties are different from other fuels. Therefore, extensive safety and qualifi cation analyses are required before a hydrogen ship can be approved according to the regulative framework set out by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). The key issue is to demonstrate that hydrogen is as safe as its conventional alternatives.

“Cost is a big issue with hydrogen, but hopefully we will get the same effect with the automotive industry as we get from batteries,” says Mjøs. “With large scale production, we will be able to get the price down. In an environmental context, both growing surplus of renewable energy and planned large scale production from natural gas with carbon capture and storage are expected to make hydrogen more popular.”

There are currently some class rules for fuel cells, but not for on board storage of hydrogen and loading procedures. Together with the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA) and other key players, DNV GL is working to provide input to the regulations after testing hypothesis for requirements. DNV GL is therefore launching a Maritime Safety Joint Development project.

“Hydrogen is very new,” said Mjøs. “One of the biggest barriers is the need for effective hydrogen specific rules.”

Fiskerstrand aims to build a hydrogen-powered ferry under the HYBRIDShips project.

© Fiskerstrand
HYBRIDShip

Fiskerstrand Shipyard has launched a project to build the world’s first hydrogenpowered ferry under the Norwegian innovation project HYBRIDShip. The project received research funding from the PILOT-E scheme to have a hybridpowered ferry using battery and hydrogen technology. It is expected to be operating by 2020. The project will also potentially pave the way for bringing forward the authority’s approval process for using hydrogen as fuel in maritime transport.

“It is positive that the NMA now is increasingly getting involved in innovative projects at an early stage,” says Olav Akselsen, NMA director general of Shipping and Navigation. “This means that we are better prepared in cases where the new technology is not covered by current regulations.”

The HYBRIDShip project was formally launched in January 2017. In the first phase of the project, the partners will focus on the technical and regulatory requirements, testing of fuel cells under marine conditions, and develop procedures for filling and operating with hydrogen. The second phase of the project will focus on converting the selected ferry, as well as testing, piloting and operating it.

The hope is that the project will not only develop the pilot vessel, but also build a specification foundation that can be applied towards other types of hydrogenpowered hybrid ships for other industries, such as aquaculture, fishing, offshore industry and short sea shipping. The Norwegian partners in the HYBRIDShip project include the NMA, Multi Maritime, SINTEF Foundation, NEL, Hexagon Raufoss, DNV GL, Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection and the Møre and Romsdal County Authority.

Hydrogen Ferry Routes

As part of another recent breakthrough, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) announced last August plans to contract a hydrogen-powered ferry to connect three coastal towns offshore Stavanger. The development contract is similar to the one that made the world’s first electric passenger and car ferry Ampere offshore Bergen a reality in 2015.

“It’s a particularly important project due to its authority backing and funding,” says Gerd Petra Haugom, a DNV GL principal consultant specializing in hydrogen.

The contract calls for 10-years of zeroemission operation that will reduce CO2 emissions by more than 4,000 tons per year. It is one of 11 zero-emission and low emission maritime contracts that combined could reduce CO2 by 30,000 tons annually, equal to the emissions of about 15,000 cars. The hydrogen ferry will also push the envelope for developing other types of zero emission vessels.

“If we succeed with the hydrogen-powered ferry, this will also have a transfer value for other sectors of the maritime industry which need longer distances than electric power alone can provide, for example fast ferries and other coastal traffic,” says Terje Moe Gustavsen, NPRA managing director.

By Valeria Criscione

Articles

electric tourism takes to the seas

Norway will debut next year with its first fully electric passenger ferry, part of a wave of green shipping tourism shaping the travel industry.

Nearly 30 years ago, Bellona founder Frederic Hauge made history buying the country’s first electric car, a converted Fiat. The Norwegian environmentalist followed up by importing the first Tesla Roadster in 2009 into Norway and the first Tesla Model S in Europe in 2013.

His purchases were part of an important step towards electrifying Norwegian society. The Norwegian maritime industry is hoping to do the same with sea travel tourism. It pioneered the green shipping wave with the debut of the electric car and passenger ferry Ampere in 2014-- dubbed by some as the “Tesla of the Sea” -- and has launched a wave of new hybrid and fully electric ferry concepts.

“The speed of the electric revolution at sea will be very fast,” says Hauge, aboard the hybrid sightseeing ferry Vision of the Fjord while docked in Oslo last June for the Nor Shipping Conference, “Sailing is believing.”

Future of the Fjord

Hauge made the statement in connection with Norwegian shipyard Brødrene Aa’s announcement to build a fully electric vessel, Future of the Fjord, for the fleet operator, The Fjords. Set for sail in April 2018, it will be a fully electric composite vessel, taking The Fjord’s sister vessel Vision of the Fjord one step further. The 42-metre long carbon fiber ferry will feature the same panoramic views along its winding mountain trail deck as its predecessor, but this time be fully electric and emission free.

“This new craft is a different beast,” says Rolf Sandvik, The Fjords chief executive. “Vision of the Fjords switches from diesel to electric power when entering the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Nærøyfjord. It represents an important step forward on our journey to transform tourism in this delicate natural wonderland. This new ship is, quite simply, our dream come true.“

The Future of the Fjord marks the first of its kind and is a milestone in the Norwegian research initiative Pilot-E launched last year with Innovation Norway, Enova, and the Research Council of Norway. Pilot-E started as a NOK 70 million fund for fast-track environmentally friendly projects within maritime transport. Future of the Fjord was part of the first fi ve selected projects, receiving NOK 17.8 million from the Norwegian organization Enova towards its total NOK 144 million project cost.

“This is a big and important leap forward in the ongoing maritime battery revolution, with The Fjords now taking us one step closer to an emission-free transport sector,” says Petter Hersleth, Enova marketing manager. “We believe that Future of the Fjords will help inspire the travel industry to adopt battery-powered vessels faster, both here in Norway and abroad.”

Hurtigruten’s new hybrid explorer ship MS Roald Amundsen will revolutionize adventure travel at sea.

© Hurtigruten
World’s Largest Hybrid Craft

The trend towards greener ship tourism is already being seen among the larger Norwegian cruise ship operators, such as Color Line. Norwegian shipyard Ulstein is currently building the world’s largest hybrid ferry ship Color Hybrid for delivery in 2019. Designed by Fosen Yard, the 30,000 gross ton hybrid plug-in ferry will be able to shuttle up to 2,000 passengers from Sandefjord, Norway across the Skagerrak strait to Strömstad, Sweden.

The large 160-metre long hybrid craft has already attracted international acclaim and earned Nor Shipping’s Next Generation Award, even before it hits the seas. The jury highlighted the ship’s ability to influence the design of many more types of vessels, along with its waste heat recovery system and further energy saving measures. The ferry will recharge with renewable electricity from landing stations at Sandefjord.

“The impact of shipping emissions on health are seen as tarnishing the image of the whole industry,” says Malcolm Latarche, chairman of the judging panel. “By installing a hybrid propulsion system on this vessel, it will be able to enter ports without any emissions and with much less noise than conventional vessels. This is something all vessel types can seek to emulate, making this vessel an ideal candidate for the Next Generation Award.”

Greener Expeditions

Further north, another hybrid tourist vessel, the MS Roald Amundsen, will debut next year with an expedition to the pristine destination of Antarctica. Norway’s Kleven Yards has started construction of a 140-metre long hybrid ship with reinforced hull for icy passages – touted as the world’s greenest cruise ship -- for expedition ship operator Hurtigruten.

Named after the famous Norwegian polar explorer, the Roald Amundsen will be the first expedition cruise ship powered by hybrid battery technology, thus reducing fuel consumption and enabling for periods of completely emission free sailing. The technology, in combination with efficiency hull design and use of electricity on board, will cut ship emissions by 20%.

A second vessel, named after the country’s other famous explorer, Fridtjof Nansen, will be delivered in 2019. In total, the two new ships will have a reduced CO2 emission of 6,400 metric tons per year compared to traditional ships, equivalent to the yearly emissions created by 5,540 new cars.

Hurtigruten also recently started operating a unique silent whale safari using a hybrid electric oak schooner called Opal in Kaldfjorden near Tromsø. In addition to reducing the ship’s greenhouse gas emissions, the converted two-mast topsail ship from 1952 is able to sail quietly through the spectacular fjord filled with orca and humpback whales.

“We believe Hurtigruten is the perfect match for the fast growing global demand for sustainable adventure travel,” says Daniel Sjeldam, Hurtigruten´s chief executive, at the construction start ceremony for the MS Roald Amundsen in February. “This is the future. It’s exploring, not cruising.”

The 2,000-passenger ferry Color Hybrid will be the world’s largest hybrid craft in 2020.

© Color Line

By Valeria Criscione

Articles

sustainable oceans: new efforts to clean plastic waste

By 2050 there could be more plastic waste in the oceans than fish. A number of new Norwegian initiatives aim to clean the seas and even convert the waste into energy.

In February 2017, a sick Cuvier beaked whale was found beached on the shores in western Norway. Inside, scientists from the University of Bergen discovered around 30 plastic bags in its belly, sparking public awareness of the growing problem with plastics at sea. The incident could not have been better timed. The Norwegian government was in the midst of a widespread campaign to promote the country’s ocean interests. For the first time, Norway has included plastics in a government statement on the role of the oceans in its foreign and development policy. As part of the initiative, the government has set aside NOK 100 million for a development program to combat marine litter and micro-plastics. “Through this statement, we want to be a champion of the ocean, both for pollution and the sustainable use of it,” says Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg at the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association (NSA) annual Maritime Outlook conference last March (2017).

Sustainable Maritime Opportunities

The prime minister was speaking in connection with the release of a NSA commissioned report called “Sustainable Development Goals: Exploring Maritime Opportunities” written by the classification company DNV GL. The report recommends five ways for the maritime industry to seize the opportunities of the 17 United Nation’ Sustainable Development Goals or, as DNV GL sustainability director Bjørn Haugland calls them, the “17 innovation platforms.” These include acting on the Paris Climate Agreement, building sustainable communities and infrastructure, protecting life in the ocean, creating a sustainable future for the ocean economy, and promoting responsible practices.

One of the biggest threats to life in the ocean is plastic waste. According to the 2016 World Economic Forum publication, “The New Plastics Economy: Rethinking the Future of Plastics” eight million tons of plastics leak into the oceans annually. That has led to more than 150 million tons of plastic at sea, mostly from plastic packaging. Left unchecked, the amount of plastic could reach one ton for every three tons of fish by 2025 and potentially outnumber fish by weight by 2050.

The Norwegian Environmental Association believes part of the answer lies in using the country’s offshore vessels in dry dock for cleaning up the seas. As of February 2017, 158 ships and 25 mobile offshore units belonging to NSA members were in dry dock, an increase of 57 ships and nine units from the previous year. Norwegian shipowner Havila Shipping, for example, has offered up the platform supply vessel Havila Favour to help the Norwegian company Clean Coast in Vanylven chart and clean environmental waste along the coast of Norway.

Quantafuel and NorLense have teamed up with a concept to collect plastic waste and sea for conversion into synthetic diesel fuel.

© Aurora Borealis Multimedia/NorLense
Converting Plastic to Fuel

Two Norwegian companies have taken the concept further and proposed a concept that can utilize the in-active supply vessels to collect the floating plastic waste in deep sea waters for conversion to energy. The technology company Quantafuel and boom system producer Norlense have teamed up for a solution to collect plastic using offshore boat booms and then transform the waste on board into synthetic diesel for use as ship fuel and re-sale to land-based markets.

Quantafuel has developed a unique catalyzer that turns plastic waste into synthetic diesel, which contains less greenhouse emissions than regular diesel. The company first uses traditional technology to convert several types of carbon resources, such as biomass, plastic and potentially even coal, into synthetic gas. Its catalyst then transforms the gas into synthetic diesel. The company has decided to start its commercial rollout with plastic because it is made of raw oil and very energy intensive, says Kjetil Bohn, Quantafuel managing director, during Enova’s conference in Trondheim last February. This means the plants can be smaller and less expensive. Another reason is the immense amount of plastic that is not recycled. According to Bohn, roughly 92% of the 300 million tons produced annually ends up in the dumps or in nature. “Plastic is a big problem with a big cost,” says Bohn. “So it is an especially nice thing to be able to present a solution for people dealing with plastic that can provide an income.”

Researching Ocean Pollution

Another healthy ocean initiative was recently launched by the environmental organization WWF Norway and Norwegian billionaire Kjell Inge Røkke. As part of the agreement announced last May, Rosselini Four-10, a subsidiary of Røkke’s company The Resource Group, is developing a research and expedition vessel REV that will survey pollution and marine debris at the bottom of the oceans, as well as sea acidifi cation. The initiative aims to create concrete solutions that can turn the negative environment development in the oceans. The organization has already outlined plans for a new concept that collects plastic from the oceans with the goal of burning waste and marine debris collected at sea, including plastic on board. Each kilogram of waste burned in will become 110 kW of thermal power that will go into the ship’s hot water circuits, without emitting CO2. The Norwegian shipyard Vard will build the REV for delivery in 2020. The vessel is designed to sail all types of oceans, but will be particularly important for researching the remote polar areas of the Arctic and Antarctica. The advanced ship will boast a 40-seat auditorium and multiple labs. Up to 60 researchers from many fields will simultaneously be able to work on the marine challenges putting pressure on marine life, such as temperature changes, sea acidifi cation, overfishing, and marine debris. “Given the importance the ocean has for food, health, energy, the environment and climate, the ocean space is astonishingly under-explored,” says Jan Gunnar Winter, Norwegian Polar Institute director. “The world needs a large-scale knowledge acquisition in order to ensure a sustainable development securing both usage and protection.”

WWF Norway president Nina Jensen and Aker billionaire Kjell Inge Røkke have partnered on a new research and expedition vessel REV that will study marine challenges.

© WWF Norway

By Valeria Criscione

Articles

drones chart new waters offshore

In the future, drones could whizz around ports delivering cash and medicines to ships and fi t into vessel surveyors’ pockets.

In 1995, Leif Johan Holand produced aerial filming from helicopters for the Norwegian TV, feature fi lm and advertising industry. He started to see that drones were increasingly taking a share of the market, when one of his partners in Griff Aviation asked him: why don’t we make one? So they did.

Today his company is flying and testing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) that can fly loads of more than 200 kg for both military and civilian purposes, everything from flying for British troops in GPS blocked areas to more effective spraying of fungicides on banana plants in the plantations of South America round the clock.

“They saw how the banana flowers closed during hot periods of time,” said Holand. “Drones don’t know if it’s day or night. They said this will revolutionise the banana industry.”

Bigger payloads

Drones are used in many industries today. Agriculture is one of the biggest markets, according to Holand. His company also services the government and energy markets, such as wind turbines, oil and gas installations, and power lines. The Norwegian company recently scored a contract to automatically de-ice the blades on 1,000 windmills in Canada using a tethered drone that cuts downtime.

However, Griff Aviation is garnering international attention because of its drones’ unparalleled payload capacity. In Japan, it will test the transport of 100-kilogram fish crates from small fishing boats over several kilometres to the local islands. Griff is also collaborating with Spain and Dubai on testing drones that can carry over 300 kilograms. One customer in the private security industry has even asked if it can arrange an emergency evacuation out of his home via drone.

“We always have these crazy ideas” said Holand.

Griff Aviation recently expanded into the maritime sector with a strategic research co-operation with the Northern Research Institute (NORUT) in Tromsø. Started this spring, Griff aims to test equipment on UAVs for high-tech landings on platforms. The company plans to build a new aerial production factory at Bardufoss, the site of Norway’s military airport, next year.

Norwegian drone producer Griff Aviation has developed UAVs capable of lifting more than 300 kilograms.

© Griff Aviation
Maritime applications

So far, maritime applications for drones have been mostly restricted to hull inspection and on-site draft surveys. This has more to do with the regulations than the technological limitations, according to Marius Johansen, Wilhelmsen Ships Agency vice president business solutions and marketing. It is more difficult to get the necessary permits to flying drones to boats, which operate in different locations, and especially in high-trafficked port areas near crowded cities.

Still, the Norwegian shipping company believes there is a growing potential with last minute deliveries of small parcels to vessels via drones. The company successfully tested delivery of a onekilogram package during Nor Shipping in Oslo this May together with a Norwegian drone operator and under the authorization of the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority. The simulation demonstrated the delivery of a part for a broken pipe. The whole process took only one minute from mounting the package to drop off for the 500-metre flight.

Johansen foresees that the industry could save up to $575 billion from last mile deliveries of cash, medicines, documents, and spare parts to vessels using drones rather than launch boats. Nearly onethird of Wilhelmsen’s parcel deliveries involve packages weighing less than fi ve kilograms. Drones would not only save costs from not having to hire launch boats, but also avoid the safety concerns when personnel climb up from the launch boat to the vessel just to hand over the package.

“It’s basically inefficiency in the current market chain and the safety related risks are assumed higher using launch boats than using drones,” said Johansen.

From ships to offshore

Another trend in the maritime sector has been the move from land-based surveys of ships at yards to waters farther offshore. This August, Norwegian company DNV GL used camera-equipped drones to survey semisubmersible vessel Safe Scandinavia in the North Sea for Statoil’s drilling operations on the Oseberg East field.

The assignment marked the first offshore drone survey by a classification company. The drones braved wind speeds of approximately 15 knots under the main deck to check the condition of the fairleads and their connections to the columns that hold up the vessel, saving both time and money.

“Normally this kind of operation would cause disruption to our client for several days,” said Ian Young, Prosafe chief operating offi cer. “The drone survey took only a few hours and was just as effective.” DNV GL foresees drones will save operators significant costs related to the erection of staging and rafting (the process of filling a cargo tank with water to give the surveyor access by rubber boat). During its first production survey on chemical tanker MV Apollo in 2016, German shipowner Carl Büttner Ship Management saved 2-3 days – representing 14,000-28,000 – on inspecting 14 tanks.

“Imagine a tank of 30,000 cubic metres,” said Cezary Galinski, DNV GL project manager for maritime classification flying squad, based in Poland. “To fill it up and maintain various inspection levels leads to significant costs for pumping and discharge of water.”

Another plus from using drones is that there is no damage to the tank coating from staging, are more fl exible to use, and improve safety for surveyors. DNV GL is looking at building its own drones, preferably as small as possible. In the next few years, drones might be so small that they could fi t into a surveyor’s pocket, controlled via a cell phone, and taken out whenever areas are difficult to inspect.

“This is not very futuristic,” said Galinski. “We see more and more instances where it would be benefi cial for the surveyor. We have to stop thinking of drones as something complicated. It’s just another tool like a hammer or a flashlight.”


Drone dropping a parcel for Wilhelmsen Ships Agency at NorShipping in Oslo.

© Wilhelmsen Ships Agency

By Valeria Criscione

Company

wholesaler of installation products, tools and machinery

A trusted supplier to Shipping for over 40 years, offering a full range of products within valves, pipes, sanitary equipment and tools for Shipyards, Ship Owners and Shipping Industry all over the world.

Ahlsell is the leading specialist technical trading company in the Nordic countries within the fields of installation products, tools and machinery.

Ahlsell offers professional users a wide range of goods and peripheral services within the product segments of HVAC, Electrical and Tools & Machinery. Being one of the leading players within several product areas, Ahlsell offers a full range of products delivered to the right location, at the right time and at competitive prices. The wide product range offers Ahlsell’s customers the opportunity of only using one single point of contact and supplier in their business.

Having supplied the maritime and petroleum industry with materials since the start, Ahlsell’s long experience makes them an expert in their field. The company offers experienced and solution oriented sales assistance. Their wide competence and experience within the field is deployed in their recommendation of products for the maritime and offshore industry. In order to solve challenges and find new opportunities, Ahlsell constantly works to keep up to date with the latest developments in the market.

Ahlsell makes a safe and reliant partner, and customers get:

  • Access to the most extensive product range in the market
  • A complete web shop, optimized for mobile
  • World class secure delivery
  • A collaborator focused on the future


AHLSELL NORGE AS
PO Box 184
4065 Stavanger
Tel: +47 51818500
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.ahlsell.com/en/

Company

construction of fast ferries made of carbon fibre composites

Brødrene Aa is a world leader in the construction of fast ferries made of carbon fi bre composites. The shipyard is located in Hyen on the west coast of Norway and employs 170 skilled workers. It is known for pioneering the use of composite materials for fast ferry applications, first with fi breglass composites in the 1970s and today with carbon fi bre composites. The yard’s boatbuilding traditions go back to 1947, and it has delivered a large range of vessels both for the domestic and international markets.

The shipyard Brødrene Aa has pioneered the development of fast ferries made of lightweight carbon fi bre composites. In 2001 the shipyard in Hyen built the world’s first carbon fi bre passenger boat. Since then, carbon fi bre vessels have gradually gained acceptance in the market, to the extent that Brødrene Aa has now supplied 56 of these boats to Norwegian and overseas customers. “When we launched the concept of lightweight, fuel-efficiency vessels made of carbon fi bre, there was a certain amount of scepticism in the market. Shipowners weren’t convinced by our promises of lower fuel consumption, and questioned the strength of the material. Today, more than ten years later, there is no longer any doubt about the properties of the material. We have supplied carbon fibre vessels to all of the big shipowning groups in Norway, and the first vessels have been operating smoothly for 15 years,” says Tor Øyvin Aa, Managing Director at Brødrene Aa.

Lower fuel consumption

The advantage of using carbon fiber is that you reduce the structural weight of the vessel by forty percent in comparison with conventional aluminum structures. This enables a positive lightweight cycle, where reduced structural weight leads to reduced power requirements which allow lighter engines and smaller fuel tanks to be installed. In total this gives very fuel efficiency vessels.

“In the Norwegian fast ferry market, fuel costs and greenhouse gas emissions are key considerations. Ferry operators need efficiency and environmentally friendly vessels in order to win public tenders to operate routes. That is one of the main reasons why our carbon fi bre vessels have been so popular in the Norwegian market,” says Aa.

International interest

In recent years, there has also been growing international interest for carbon fibre vessels. Previously the shipyard delivered passenger catamarans to Sweden and Croatia, and recently two vessels have been delivered to China.

“We are experiencing increasing interest from overseas customers. Norway has traditionally been a pioneer in fast ferries, and the fact that our carbon fibre vessels have been accepted here gets noticed in international circles. We notice a general increase in new builds in the ferry industry and we are confident that there is a long-term future in the market,” says the company’s managing director.

BRØDRENE Aa
6829 Hyen, Norway
Tel: +47 578 68 700
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.braa.no

Company

navigational & operational solutions

C-MAP creates and supplies the world´s best marine cartography to the Commercial and Recreational Marine markets providing charts and software applications to support on and off shore vessel navigation and fleet management, and providing recreational boaters the best community cross platform solutions and services to help them plan, navigate and enjoy their journey.

DIGITAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE BRIDGE OF TODAY.

C-MAP Norway AS
Nyåskaiveien 2
N-4374 Egersund, Norway
Tel: +47 51 46 47 00
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.c-map.com

Company

fire detection systems

Henry Ford once said: “If there is any one secret to success, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from that person’s angle as well as from your own”

Consilium has taken this to heart in all levels of its business model; its promise to you is that the company will act as one global team using all its experience from over 100 years of doing business. Important building blocks of knowledge are shared between the participants and the company is always going the extra mile to help its customers succeed in reaching their goals.

Consilium takes responsibility and personal initiatives, a highly valued quality. For Consilium this means keeping its promises, giving feedback on successes and challenges in the market place. It believes that this straight forward and honest approach gives it a closer relationship with its customers and enables Consilium to seek out customers’ challenges and supply superior safety solutions focused on customer value. That means that Consilium deals with challenges right away, making the right decisions and following through on them. Consilium believes in continuously improving its products and services based on the needs of its customers. Through understanding the challenges and demands of safety systems in the Oil & Gas industry, Consilium has developed a new SIL 2 certified CFD5000 system focusing on the features below. These features enable the company to supply its superior safety solution based on the customers’ specific requirements and demands, as Consilium did with the Brage Retrofit project.

Flexibility

When designing, flexibility is your greatest asset. This is where Consilium’s modular system shines; it is smarter, faster and more efficient. The system gives the company the ability to replace an existing fire detection system simply by building its modular system into the existing cabinets offshore. By reusing existing communication link with top system, Consilium eliminates the need to do changes to the safety system. These measures give a high reduction in cost and space needed, where both are in short supply.

Efficiency
Productivity

CONSILIUM NORWAY AS
Karihaugen 89
1086 Oslo
Tel: +47 22 30 90 30
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.consilium.se

Company

provider of services to the maritime,
oil & gas and energy industries

Driven by a purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment, DNV GL enables organizations to advance the safety and sustainability of their business.

DNV GL provides classification, technical assurance, software and independent expert advisory services to the maritime, oil & gas and energy industries. The company also provides certification services to customers across a wide range of industries.

Combining leading technical and operational expertise, risk methodology and in-depth industry knowledge, DNV GL empowers its customers’ decisions and actions with trust and confidence. The company continuously invests in research and collaborative innovation to provide customers and society with operational and technological foresight. With origins stretching back to 1864, DNV GL’s reach today is global. Operating in more than 100 countries, the company’s professionals are dedicated to helping customers make the world safer, smarter and greener. DNV GL is the world’s leading classification society and a recognized advisor for the maritime industry. The company enhances safety, quality, energy efficiency and environmental performance of the global shipping industry – across all vessel types and offshore structures. DNV GL invests heavily in research and development to find solutions, together with the industry, that address strategic, operational or regulatory challenges.


DNV GL
Veritasveien 1
1363 Høvik, Norway
P.O. Box 300
1322 Høvik, Norway
Tel: +47 67 57 99 00
Website: www.dnvgl.com/

Company

shipyard

Fiskerstrand Verft AS has specialized knowledge on the state-of-the-art building of innovative small and medium sized car and passenger ferries. The company was first established at Fiskerstrand Slip & Motorverksted in 1909. Fiskerstrand Verft AS offers a wide range of services including maintenance, repair work and conversions, shipbuilding, all tailored to client specification. The company’s strategic core is in shipbuilding skills.

Docking

Regular service work or emergency assistance is carried out on all ship types up to 7,500 tons displacement.

Repair, Service & Maintenance

Fiskerstrand Verft AS offers the following:

  • Underwater condition monitoring
    – Deep Trekker Micro ROV
  • Hull maintenance
    – Remote flush robot
  • Damage alignment
  • Rudder and propellers services
    – 40 ton hydraulic axle tractor
  • Engine service
    – fibre optic equipment for interior and exterior inspection and damage detection
  • Service agreements
Conversions

For planning, projecting and execution of conversions, midlife upgrading or life time extensions, Fiskerstrand has broad experience on all ship type upgrades and the company staff can assist in all aspects on completion of your project.

Shipbuilding

Since 1965, Fiskerstrand Verft AS has delivered 83 different vessels on time and on budget. The projects are planned and managed, working closely with ship owners, naval architects and suppliers to ensure the best possible solutions for the company’s customers.

Docking & Crane Capacity

Floating dock, cranes and equipment are regularly renewed to meet new demands. More than 1 500 vessels are docked at the yard and Fiskerstrand is proud to say that all of these jobs have been completed as planned. Fiskerstand’s capacity includes:

  • Vessels up to 150 metres
  • Internal width 23 metres
  • Docking depth 7 metres
  • Lifting capacity dock 7,500 tons
  • Crane 7.5 tons
  • Cranes shipyard area of 60 tons, 20 tons, 20 tons, 6.5 tons.
Reference Projects

Fiskerstand’s reference projects include the following:

MF Fannefjord
World first sailing LNG-Battery Hybrid Conversion included: Comprehensive engine room and power management system upgrading battery package installation. Safety System design and implementation in compliance with comprehensive Maritime Authorities and Classification society rules and regulations.

Hurtigruten Nordlys
Comprehensive repairs of Hurtigruten after Engine Room Fire & Flooding. The project was considerably larger in scope than first expected. On average approximately 200 people worked on board, and 100 000 man hours spent. All completed in four months.
The work included:

  • Removal of damaged materials
  • Repair and renewing
  • General maintenance tasks
  • 20-year clas

LNGF Seagas
Complete rebuilding the world`s first dedicated LNG bunkering vessel. LNG Seagas was transformed from a double ended car and passenger ferry to a LNG bunkering vessel to work in the port of Stockholm.

Nordkapp Class Coast Guard Vessels
Upgrading.

  • New hangar port. Renewal of helicopter deck
  • New stabilizer systems
  • New fresh water separator
  • Cabin upgrading
  • Rebuilding the waste handling system

Gillnet & Long Liner Fishing Vessel Loran
Repair works after sinking such as:

  • Rebuilding of interior from bare steel
  • New electrical systems and equipment
  • Replacement of insulation
  • Renewal of the factory and freezing equipment
  • New main and auxiliary engines and loading crane system
  • Renovation of automatic baiting system

Thorshøvdi
Conversion from container trade to krill fishing for operation in Antartic Ocean. The present name of the vessel today is Antarctic Sea.

FISKERSTRAND VERFT AS
Risevegen 23
NO-6035 Fiskerstrand, Norway
Tel: +47 70 19 93 00
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.fiskerstrand.no/en/

Company

survival suits

Hansen Protection develops, designs and manufactures both standard and tailor-made high-tech textile products for various sectors. The company has more than 100 years of experience in manufacturing protective clothing and life jackets for seafarers.

Its teams have been designing, developing and making rescue and survival suits for the North Sea Oil Industry since 1976. In addition, Hansen Protection’s activities include canopies for leisure boats, as well as products for industrial and agricultural applications and the health sector. The company is also a major supplier to the Royal Norwegian Navy.

Hansen Protection is the market leader and manufacturer of immersion suits. All the company’s suits are tested and approved according to the most stringent national and international standards. It places great emphasis on innovation and development and pushes the boundaries at the leading edge of design, ergonomics, materials and suitability for purpose. Hansen Protection develops and refi nes its different types of suits in close collaboration with specific user groups to ensure optimal design and performance.

Triple approved

Hansen Protection’s high-tech SeaWind suit is certified by SOLAS, ISO and EASA. As such it is approved for most of the most demanding work situations imaginable. No other survival suit can match its suitability for such a wide range of applications.

Emergency Breathing Systems

Hansen Protection has two Emergency Breathing Systems. One manual and one automatic. Both systems can be supplied with Hansen Protection´s range of SeaAir survival suits. The company´s manual Emergency Breathing System is classified as a “rebreather”. It is connected to an integrated inflatable lung and one breathes through a mouthpiece and “reuses” one’s own air. Hansen Protection set a new standard for automatic Emergency Breathing Systems when it launched SeaAir EBS. Suitable for use in extreme cold, being able to start breathing whilst still under water, a unique nose clip and other features make this one of the best automatic solutions on the market.

Personal EPIRB

(Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon)
Our HPL EPIRB is specifically designed for helicopter transport passengers wearing our emergency immersion suits. The device is integrated in the suits to facilitate quick and easy localization. The emergency distress location signal is activated automatically when the wearer ends up in the sea.



HANSEN PROTECTION
Tykkemyr 27, 1597 Moss, Norway
Tel: +47 69 00 13 00
Fax: +47 69 00 13 01
Email: [email protected]
Website: wwww.hansenprotection.com

Company

specialists in maritime tank venting technique

Since the establishment of John Gjerde AS in 1971, the company has designed, manufactured and marketed high quality tank venting equipment for the shipbuilding industry.

New Lightweight Aluminium Tank Vent Check Valve

John Gjerde AS, a specialist in maritime tank venting technique in Sunnmøre Norway, has added a new and innovative product to its wide range of products for the ventilation of service tanks such as, for example, ballast, stabilization, fuel, lubrication oil, mud, cement and fresh water tanks, which can be found on all floating constructions.

Due to demand in the market for smaller and lighter valves as the space on decks is becoming more and more important for shipowners/oil and gas companies and environmental issues leading to a lower total weight of vessels, which lead to the possibility of the use of smaller engines, John Gjerde AS has developed a new small and lightweight aluminium tank vent check valve.

The present generation of offshore vessels, oil rigs and FPSOs are designed to maximize working decks because most owners are paid by the square metre for working deck available for their clients. Cargo rails are getting smaller, tank shapes are changing and there is an increase in incidents due to capacity difficulties with tank vent check valves in general which leads to severe damages on the constructions.

John Gjerde AS, knowing about all of the difficulties involved, has tested all its products in its own testing and research department in Gjerdsvika, Norway. As always, the company JG does not compromise or jeopardize safety, the good working processes and quality of its products.

Special Testing Facilities

Thanks to the special testing facilities, which have been specially built by John Gjerde in cooperation with NTNU in Trondheim, the company was able to enlarge the air capacity in the tank vent check valves to a new level. Looking at the average capacity of other tank vent check valves in the market, the company has managed to create the new and even smaller HIDE aluminium valve with a capacity which is ten times as big. Tests onboard different types of vessels and oil rigs have shown that problems such as suction blocking, banging and braking floaters, damaged tanks and sleepless nights for the crew are now history with the HIDE valves.

Located in the Heart of the Sunnmøre Maritime Cluster

As many other sub suppliers for the maritime and oil and gas industry, John Gjerde is located in the heart of the maritime cluster in Sunnmøre. The important exchange of information between shipowner, ship designer and ship builder is unique in the world. This cooperation has lead to many high tech and special designs which are famous all around the world. Many of the Norwegian shipowners and shipyards have chosen to have the new aluminium HIDE tank vent check valve as the standard for their high quality vessels.

New Electrical Heating System for Arctic Conditions

With the upcoming interest in a new sailing route north of Russia, the request for ice class vessels is increased. Oil and gas companies as well as ship owners see the economic value of the availability of oil near the North Pole and the new cargo routes.

With the introduction of the new HIDE aluminium valve, John Gjerde has also launched a new electrical heating system for Arctic conditions. The system works dependably and up to temperatures of minus 40-50 degrees Celsius. The heating system can also be added later which is unique in the field of tank vent check valves.


JOHN GJERDE AS
Gjerdsvikvegen 313
N-6083 Gjerdsvika, Norway
Tel: +47 70 02 65 00
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gjerde.com

Company

International supplier
of marine technology

Rolls-Royce is one of the largest international suppliers of marine technology, products and systems. The Marine division of Rolls-Royce has 4,000 employees in 34 countries and serves both the naval and commercial sectors. The Marine division is largely based in Scandinavia.

A Force in Marine Solutions

Rolls-Royce Marine specialises in ship design and the design and delivery of propulsion, positioning, manoeuvring, motion control and ship’s systems. The company is one of the world’s foremost suppliers of marine propulsion systems, deck machinery and steering and stabilising systems for the offshore, merchant and naval segments of the global marine market.

Ship Design & Ship’s Systems

The company places great emphasis on fulfilling customer requirements – often designing and developing vessels before customers request them – and creating innovations that anticipate future demands. Its UT series ship designs are built worldwide.
Rolls-Royce system solutions include fully integrated ship’s equipment systems in which the company provides designs and relevant documentation, delivery coordination, and guarantees of high quality and low lifecycle costs. It also offers a wide range of consultancy services, ranging from initial design to ship’s equipment supply and planned maintenance.


Rolls-Royce Product range
  • Propulsion systems
  • Diesel and gas engines
  • Gas turbines
  • Propellers and reduction gears
  • Azimuth thrusters
  • Tunnel thrusters
  • Podded propulsors
  • Waterjets
  • Rotary vane steering gear
  • Rudders
  • Deck machinery
  • Cranes
  • Launch and recovery systems
  • Automated handling systems for seismic and subsea
  • Bulk handling systems
  • Stabilization systems
  • Automation systems
  • Dynamic position systems
  • Ship design

Technological strength and decades of experience gives us the ability to design, build, deliver and support fully integrated system solutions.


ROLLS-ROYCE MARINE AS
Marketing dept.
PO Box 1522 NO-6025 Aalesund, Norway
Tel: +47 815 20 070
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rolls-royce.com

Company

complete solutions for
challenging handling operations

SEAONICS AS designs and manufactures offshore lift and handling equipment to improve all critical lift and handling operations.

SEAONICS AS designs and manufactures offshore lift and handling equipment to improve all critical lift and handling operations.

The products are delivered to vessels for subsea construction, module handling, well intervention, reservoir exploration, scientific research cruises, ocean trawling and cruise operations. SEAONICS is located in Ålesund, Norway in the middle of the maritime cluster with a number of yards, ship owners and designers.

For many years SEAONICS has collaborated with operators, ship owners, shop designers and shipyards in developing new equipment based on the company’s customers operations. The result is high quality lift and handling equipment, with a proven performance.

SEAONICS products & services

The products include complete lift and handling equipment packages for multiple segments.

  • Offshore
  • ROV Launch and recovery systems
  • Offshore and deck cranes
  • Hatches, doors, skid systems
  • Scientific
  • Customized equipment packages
  • Artic operations
  • Ocean harvesting
  • Trawl winch packages for all ocean harvesting segments
  • Cable laying
  • Cable laying equipment Supporting handling equipment
  • Module handling
  • Tower and winch packages
Five-year guarantee and service agreement

SEAONICS offers both a two and a five-year agreement which includes maintenance and upgrading of the systems, and a guarantee that the equipment can be used for its intended purpose.




SEAONICS AS
Nedre Strandgate 29, 6004 Ålesund
P.O. Box 144, 6001 Ålesund
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +47 71 39 16 00
Website: www.seaonics.com/

Company

it infrastructure vendor
& systems integrator

Sohome is a vendor and system integrator of IT infrastructure for the maritime and offshore industry. Sohome creates innovative and reliable solutions that comply with the high demand of product quality needed in these areas. With more than 10 years experience, Sohome has a constant focus on improving and developing high quality products.

Specialized within IT infrastructure for Maritime Solutions

Sohome has specialized within IT infrastructure for maritime solutions. In cooperation with DNV GL Sohome has taken the steps to make sure the products follow international standards such as ISO/ IEC 11801 for cabling and NORSOK’s standards. Solutions have been delivered to vessels and rigs which operates in the harsh environments from storm to extreme temperatures, vibrations and saltwater. Reference list includes projects such as Edvard Grieg, Gina Krog, Aasta Hansteen, Mariner and Goliat as well as PSVs from Vard, Kleven and Havyard shipyards

Maritime LAN

Sohome is one of the major integrators in the maritime segment in Norway

  • Part of the group who developed the first ISO/IEC 11801 standard
  • Experience from all the steps within IT cabling from Cat. 3-4-5-6-7, fibre optic multimode and single mode
  • Developed the brand BERGEN CABLING which consists of a DNV GL approved Cat6A/Cat7 cables and solutions
  • Developed the first market solution Cat7 and single mode fibres in a hybrid cable which is DNV GL approved
  • Versatile cables for a number of applications, e.g. structured cabling, CCTV, POE, entertainment



Services & Solutions

Sohome can offer the following:

  • Design Maritime LAN – Using DNV GL approved solutions Sohome can design maritime LAN in every kind of vessel. It includes drawings and cable pulling list for the installer
  • Project Management – Design of complete solutions including active equipment together with partners. Sohome can be the customers’ representative in purchasing products or deliver a complete package
  • Training Centre – Training for installers in Maritime LAN. Training can be arranged in Bergen or on site.
  • Documentation and Installation – Sohome offers installation, testing and documentation of the network with its partners worldwide, onshore and offshore
  • Offshore cables – The complete range of offshore cables from Draka, e.g. QFCI, AICI, BFOU
  • Hook-up Solution – Outdoor quick connect fi bre optic solution between rigs to easily share/extend the network
  • Fibre optic products –Cables, connectors, pigtails, patchcords, patchpanels, outlets
  • Cabinets/UPS/Cameras – Cabinets from Rittal, marine UPS from Eaton, SS1316L cameras from Hikvision

SOHOME AS
Sandviksbodene 77c
NO-5035 Bergen, Norway
Tel: +47 55 31 27 00
Fax: +47 55 31 27 01
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.sohome.no



Company

marine technology, products & systems

Valmet is a leading global developer and supplier of technologies, automation and services for many industries, including the maritime segment.

The company has been engaged in automation industry for more than 40 years and Valmet’s automation systems have been installed on board a large number of vessels. Automation solutions for cruise ships have been one of the very successful business areas. Valmet AS in Norway is the centre of excellence for Valmet’s marine automation business line. The company coordinates Valmet’s local expertise worldwide to expand the business and provide the best service for their customers.

Ship automation since the early 1980s

Ship automation systems based on Valmet technology have a long history. Development work on ship automation systems started in the early 1980s with Damatic Classic and has continued through to today’s Valmet DNA. The majority of installations have been for advanced ship types, such as cruise vessels.

Valmet DNA for high availability

In particular, reliability and high availability by redundancy features and high product quality have contributed to the success of Valmet’s automation systems.

Complete Integration and versatile tools

With Valmet DNA, fully integrated control, alarm and monitoring solutions for machinery, electric power production, cargo, air-conditioning plants etc. are available. Valmet DNA offers the users versatile tools to analyze the historical performance and status of the controlled and monitored machinery.

Energy management

Valmet’s Energy Management System integrates with the Valmet DNA. It is a comprehensive tool that enables the crew to optimize the performance of machinery and systems, in the end saving fuel and providing sustainability.

Vibration based condition monitoring

Valmet DNA Machine Monitoring measures and analyses the mechanical condition and performance of rotating machinery units, based on vibration and other machine parameters. The online system enables 24/7 monitoring, thus providing the fastest possible way to act on problems and to secure safe sailing, protect assets and increase working environment safety.


Exhaust gas cleaning

Exhaust gas cleaning is another of the company’s products for the maritime industry. Valmet’s hybrid scrubber is a combination of open and closed loop scrubber, and it can operate in both modes. Sea water is used to wash the exhaust gas in open loop mode, and in closed loop mode the wash water is circulated and alkali added. In the special dual water hybrid mode the consumption of chemical, fresh water and electricity is optimized and the emissions from the ship can always be kept within regulatory limits in a cost efficient way. Valmet is the first company to introduce the dual water hybrid solution to the market.

VALMET AS
Teglverksveien 7
NO-3413 Lier, Norway
P.O. Box 468
NO-3002 Drammen, Norway
Tel: +47 32 22 95 50
Fax: +47 32 84 17 93
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.valmet.com/marine

Company

supplier of tailor-made solutions for launching and recovering boats

Vestdavit designs, supplies and supports tailor-made solutions for launching and recovering boats in difficult conditions at sea. Our range of boat handling systems and davits are the first choice of navies, coastguards, seismic survey operators, pilot authorities and offshore operators who need to be able to operate small boats safely from larger vessels.

Increased time on task

Vestdavit’s tailor-made solutions for launching and recovering boats in difficult conditions at sea widen the operational window for users.

Reduced operation costs

Vestdavit systems need very little maintenance between five-yearly services and only a single operator when in use.


Reduced crew training

Vestdavit systems are easy to use and intuitive, reducing the need for crew training. Vestdavit provides training for all its systems.

Reduced maintenance costs

Vestdavit focuses on reliability and ease of maintenance when designing systems. Users benefit from simpler, less frequent maintenance and fewer spare parts needed.

Proven reliability

Vestdavit have supplied over 1,800 davits and side and stern launch systems since 1975. They have proven themselves over more than 35 years use in the North Sea and other harsh environments around the world.


VESTDAVIT AS
Damsgårdsveien 143
5160 Laksevåg, Norway
Tel: +47 55 54 92 00
Website: www.vestdavit.no

Company

components, engineering, systems
integration & systems supplier

MAS Fluid Control AS is a supplier of quality components and integration of components in solutions and systems. The company has a special strength in multidiscipline solutions for conversion and upgrading/refitting projects. Capacities for egineering, assembly and site assistance with installation management, commissioning and service.

Systems
  • Fuel ecomizing
  • Ship efficiency
  • Valves and valve controls
  • Hydraulic and electro-hydraulic control systems
  • Automation and control systems for any process
  • Level gauging for ballast, fuel and liquid cargo
  • Sensors & Instrumentation
Fuel Economizing Systems – MRV Reporting
  • Accurate fuel flow measurement
  • Torque
  • Thrust
  • Viscosity
  • Density
  • Instrumentation
  • HMI solutions
  • Fleet to office solutions
  • Fleet monitoring
  • Approved MRV report system
Services
  • Engineering
  • Workshop for systems assembly and service work
  • Service engineers for service, supervising and site management
Representation, distribution and service
  • VAF Instruments
  • Emerson
  • GPI
  • Musasino

COMPONENTS – SERVICE –SYSTEMS

1 CoupLug grooved butterflying valve. Patented valve, pressure up to PN 25, size up to DN 300. DNV-GL type-approved for use in most ship systems. Suitable for fish farming and industry. Quick to install and uninstall.

MAS FLUID CONTROL AS
PO Box 336
NO-1301 Sandvika, Norway
Tel: +47 67 80 71 20
Fax: +47 67 80 71 21
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mas.no

Company

commercial law firm

Kvale is a leading Norwegian business law firm comprising of 75 lawyers. The firm's main focus is on the offshore sector, which includes petroleum- and maritime operations.

Legal Services to Shipping & Offshore Companies

Kvale's Shipping and Oil Service Group assists parties operating within the shipping sector, hereunder shipowners, charterers, managers, oil companies and other parties involved in the shipping industry. Kvale is recognised for its strong competence within contract law and the firm has broad experience in advising on the various contracts applicable for maritime activities (inter alia charterparties, supply contracts, vessel service contracts, salvage contracts, management agreements and other contracts used in the maritime sector).

Kvale has recently extended its portfolio by taking on the shipping team from boutique law firm Kyllingstad Kleveland, and is now providing legal services within all parts of the shipping and offshore industry, including maritime law, ship building, ship financing, marine insurance, tax law, environmental law, labour law, safety regulations and sector related M&A and S&P, hereunder sale/ leaseback transactions.

Kvale's unique competence within the oil and gas sector has been an important basis for Kvale's activity within the maritime sector. The firm possesses a unique understanding of the connection between petroleum legislation, maritime law and thereto available insurances for the activities undertaken by support vessels and other operators active in the interface between commercial contracts and strict legislation applying for the petroleum industry.

Kvale has a frame agreement for legal services with the Norwegian Coastal Administration, a governmental body responsible for vessel traffic services, pilot services, national preparedness against acute pollution, maritime legislation and transport planning.

Kvale’s lawyers have considerable experience working with international treaties and regulations applicable for the shipping industry, and the firm has a team with lawyers specialised in EU law.

Kvale’s M&A/Corporate team has extensive experience with transactions in the shipping sector and is acknowledged for its high quality services.

Kvale is recognised as being cost efficient and able to handle the most comprehensive matters within the set deadline. This has resulted in top rankings within several areas by leading rating bureaus.

“Market sources admit themselves that they are 'tremendously impressed' with the quality of the firm’s work.”
Chambers and Partners

KVALE ADVOKATFIRMA DA
PO Box 1752, Vika -
NO-0122 Oslo, Norway
Tel: +47 22 47 97 00
Fax: +47 21 05 85 85
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.kvale.no/en/


Contact persons:
Kristian Lindhartsen
Tel: +47 93 00 33 13
Email: [email protected]


Lasse Hagen
Tel: +47 41 77 73 25
Email: [email protected]

Company

maritime software solutions & services

Star Information Systems (SIS) is a world leader within maritime software and services in the shippingand offshore industry. The software is developed to allow efficiency and safe operation of all kind of vessels and rigs. The company´s headquarter is in Trondheim – the technology capital in Norway, in addition to offices in Brazil and Singapore. SIS has close relations to the largest independent research organization in Scandinavia, SINTEF.

Asset Management

Users can track their assets, including rental equipment and their costs.

Logistics

Automated procurement and material tracking can be used for reduced cost and improved availability.

Maintenance

Users can plan daily maintenance tasks and projects. They can monitor their barriers, performance and continuous maintenance improvement cycle.

Docking

Preparation for larger projects, production of docking specifications, quote processing, detailed planning, execution and cost control.

Safety

Preventive safety and risk reducing work can be combined with deviations and undesired event reporting.

About the Company

Star IPS is presently used onboard more than 2,000 ships/rigs across approximately 150 ship- and rig- owners/managers. The company has customers in all segments; jack-ups, semisubmersibles, drilling rigs, drill ships, FPSOs, land rigs, accommodation rigs, supply vessels, passenger/cruise ferries, product/chemical tankers, bulkers, tankers and third party managers.

Star Information System’s largest customers in the shipping segment include wellknown operators such as Boreal, Norled, Hurtigruten, Odfjell Shipping, Farstad Shipping, Solstad Offshore, Colorline, Van Oord, Norbulk Shipping and many others.

Concept

Star Information Systems is a world-class provider of maritime software solutions and services. The company provides maritime software solutions and services to maximize profitability and operational safety for our customers.

SIS’ focus is to provide one integrated package onboard, which is easy-to-use, easy to maintain and covers all areas of operation for technical management. The system is commonly run offl ine with replication/exchange of data every 24 hours from the ship to a central database in a server in the office, and vice versa. The system can however be run online if so required.

The office (server) concept allows companies to have one system, which can be integrated to any third party application such as financial accounting, or a crew management/payroll system.


STAR INFORMATION SYSTEMS AS
Kjøpmannsgt. 35
NO-7011 Trondheim, Norway
Tel: +47 73 87 62 00
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.sismarine.com

index

NORWAY EXPORTS – Maritime

PRODUCTS & EQUIPMENT



ALARM, MONITORING & CONTROL SYSTEMS

Automation Systems

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS
  • Valmet AS

Ballast Control Systems

  • John Gjerde AS
  • MAS Fluid Control AS
  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Cargo Control Systems

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS
  • Valmet AS

Condition Monitoring Systems

  • Valmet AS

Fire Detection & Alarm Systems

  • Consilium Norway AS

Level Gauging & Tank Control Systems

  • John Gjerde AS
  • MAS Fluid Control AS
  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Manoeuvring & Propulsion Remote Control Systems

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Power Management Systems

  • Valmet AS

Propulsion Control Systems

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Sensors & Transmitters

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

Valve Remote Control Systems

  • Ahlsell Norge AS
  • MAS Fluid Control AS
CARGO EQUIPMENT

Cargo Control Equipment

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS
  • Valmet AS

Cargo Handling Equipment & Lifts

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS
  • Seaonics AS

Cargo Valves

  • Ahlsell Norge AS
  • John Gjerde AS

Deck Cranes & Accessories

  • Seaonics AS

Liquid Cargo Handling Systems

  • MAS Fluid Control AS
MACHINERY, MAIN COMPONENTS

CP Propeller Systems

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

CP Propeller Systems Propeller Components

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Diesel Engines

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Engine Room Pumps

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Propulsion Systems

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Propulsion Systems Propeller Components

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Valves

  • Ahlsell Norge AS
  • John Gjerde AS
SHIP’S EQUIPMENT

Anchor Handling, Mooring Systems & Deck Machinery

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS
  • Seaonics AS

Catwalks, Gangways, Ladders, Landings, Ramps & Staircases

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

Davits & Launching Equipment

  • Seaonics AS
  • Vestdavit AS

Doors

  • Seaonics AS

Fire Detection & Extinguishing Equipment

  • Consilium Norway AS

Fire Fighting Units

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

Hatches

  • Seaonics AS

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

Hydraulic Components & Control Units

  • Ahlsell Norge AS
  • Seaonics AS

Safety & Life-Saving Equipment

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

Sanitation Equipment & Prefabricated Wet Units

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

Steering Gear

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Survival Clothing & Suits

  • Hansen Protection

Tunnel & Retractable Thrusters

  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Water Heaters

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

Workshop Equipment

  • Ahlsell Norge AS

INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY



COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

Maritime LAN IT Infrastructure

  • Sohome AS
DATABASES

Chart Database

  • C-MAP Norway AS
  • Consilium Norway AS

Fleet & Ship Management Database

  • C-MAP Norway AS
  • Star Information Systems AS (SIS)
NAVIGATION & POSITIONING EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS

Dynamic Positioning Systems

  • C-MAP Norway AS
  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

  • Kitron ASA

Search & Navigation Equipment

  • C-MAP Norway AS
  • Consilium Norway AS

Speed Logs

  • Consilium Norway AS

Voyage Recorders

  • Consilium Norway AS
SOFTWARE

Administrative, Maintenance, Operation & Procurement Systems

  • Star Information Systems AS (SIS)

CONSULTANCY & OTHER SERVICES



CLASSIFICATION
  • DNV GL
CONSULTANCY

Certification, Testing & Laboratory Services

  • DNV GL

Corrosion Monitoring

  • Fiskerstrand Verft AS

Design, Engineering & Package Deliveries

  • Fiskerstrand Verft AS
  • MAS Fluid Control AS
  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Inspection

  • DNV GL

Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering

  • Fiskerstrand Verft AS
  • MAS Fluid Control AS
  • Rolls-Royce Marine AS

Research & Development

  • DNV GL
FINANCING
  • Export Credit Norway
  • GIEK
LEGAL SERVICES
  • Kvale Advokatfirma DA
SHIPBUILDING

Construction, Repair & Conversion

  • Brødrene Aa
  • Fiskerstrand Verft AS

General Maintenance Activities

  • Fiskerstrand Verft AS

Maintenance Contracts

  • Fiskerstrand Verft AS
TRAINING

Training Programmes

  • Sohome AS

OTHER SERVICES
  • DNV GL

ORGANIZATIONS
  • The Federation of Norwegian Industries
  • GCE Blue Maritime Cluster
  • NHO – Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise
  • Nor-Shipping 2019
  • Oslo Chamber of Commerce (OCC)

Norway Abroad

The following list provides an overview of the Norwegian embassies, Consulate Generals and Innovation Norway offices located internationally. For more information on Norwegian embassy and Consulate General activities, please visit www.norway.info

Afghanistan

Kabul - Embassy
Wazir Akbar Khan, Street 15, Lane 4, Kabul
Tel: +93 (0) 701 105000
Fax satellite: +93 (0) 799 837956
Email: [email protected]

Algeria

L’Ambassade Royale de Norvège à Alger, 07,
Chemin Doudoud Mokhtar, Ben-Aknoun, 16035 Alger
Tel: +47 23955583
Fax: +213 (0) 21 94 64 64
Email: [email protected]

Angola

Luanda – Embassy
Rua Garcia Neto nº 9, C.P. 3835, Luanda
Tel: +244 222 447522 / +244 222 447922
Fax: +244 222 446248
E-mail: [email protected]

Argentina

Buenos Aires – Embassy
Carlos Pellegrini 1427 - 2do piso, C1011AAC Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tel: +54 (0) 11 4328 8717
Fax: +54 (0) 11 4328 9048
Email: [email protected]

Azerbaijan

Baku – Embassy
11 floor, ISR Plaza, 69 Nizami str., Baku
Tel: +994 12 4974325 / +994 12 4974326 / +994 12 4974327
Fax: +994 12 4973798
Email: [email protected]

Australia

Canberra – Embassy
17 Hunter Street; Yarralumla, Canberra ACT 2600
Tel: +61 26 27 05 700
Fax: +61 26 27 05 701
Email: [email protected]

Austria

Wien – Embassy
Reisner Str. 55, A-1030 Wienna
Tel: +43 (0)1 71 660 / +47 23 95 37 83
Fax: +43 (0)1 - 71 660 99
Email: [email protected]

Bangladesh

Dhaka – Embassy
Bay’s Edgewater 6th Floor, Plot 12, North Avenue
Gulshan 2, Dhaka 1212
Tel: +8802 55668570
Email: [email protected]

Belgium

Brussels – Embassy
Rue Archimede 17, B-1000 Brussels
Tél: +32 02 23 87 300
Fax: +32 02 23 87 390
Email: [email protected]

Bosnia-hercegovina

Sarajevo – Embassy
Ferhadija 20; 2nd floor, 71000 Sarajevo
Tel: +387 33 254 000
Fax: +387 33 666505
Email: [email protected]

Brazil

Brasilia – Embassy
SES 807 Avenida das Nacões; Lote 28, CEP 70, BR-418-900 Brasilia - DF
Tel: +55 61 3443 8722 / +55 61 3443 8720
Fax: +55 61 3443 2942
Email: [email protected]


Rio de Janeiro – General consulate
Rua Lauro Muller, 116-Suite 2206
Torre do Rio Sul/Botafogo CEP: 22 290-160, Rio de Janeiro
Tel: +55 21 2586 7500
Fax: +55 21 2586 7599
Email: [email protected]


Rio de Janeiro – Innovation Norway
Rua Lauro Muller, 116 - Suite 2206, Torre do Rio
Sul /Botafogo, 22290-160Rio de Janeiro
Tel: +55 (21) 2586-6800
Fax: +55 21 2275 0161
Email: [email protected]

Canada

Ottawa – Embassy
150 Metcalfe Street, Suite 1300, Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1P1
Tel: +1 613 238 6571
Fax: +1 613 238 2765
E-mail: [email protected]


Toronto – Innovation Norway
2 Bloor Street West Suite 2120, Toronto Ontario M4W 3E2
Tel: +1 416 920 0434
Fax: +1 416 920 5982
Email: [email protected]

Czech Republic

Praha – Embassy
Hellichova 1, CZ-11800 Praha 1 Malá Strana
Tel: +420 2 57323737 / +420 2 57323737
Fax: +420 2 57326827
Email: [email protected]

Chile

Santiago de Chile – Embassy
San Sebastián 2839; Of. 509, Las Condes, Santiago
Tel: +56 2 234 2888 / +56 2 234 2889
Fax: +56 2 234 2201
Email: [email protected]

China

Beijing Embassy
1, Dong Yi Jie; San Li Tun, CN-Beijing 100600
Tel: +86 10 6532 2261
Fax: +86 10 6532 2392
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]


Shanghai – General Consulate
Room 1701, Bund Center, 222 East Yan’an Road
Huangpu District, Shanghai 200002
Tel: + 86 21 - 6039 7500
Fax: + 86 21 - 6039 7501
Email: [email protected]


Guangzhou – Consulate General
Suite 1802, Citic Plaza, 233 Tian He North Road
Guangzhou 510613
Tel: +86 20 3811 3188
E-mail: [email protected]


Colombia

Bogota – Embassy
OXO CENTER, Cra. 11A No.94-45, Of.904, Bogota
Email: [email protected]

Croatia

Zagreb – Embassy
Hektoroviceva 2/3, HR-10 000 Zagreb
Tel: +385 1 6273 800 Fax: +385 1 6273 899
Email: [email protected]

Cuba

Havana – Embassy
Calle 21 #307, e/ H e I Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
Tel: +53 7 842 7100
Email: [email protected]

Denmark

Copenhagen – Embassy
Dampfærgevej 10, 4. sal, 2100 København Ø
Tel: +45 72 11 19 00
Email: [email protected]


Copenhagen - Innovation Norway
Dampfærgevej 10, 4. sal., 2100 København Ø.
Tel: +45 4075 2084
Email: [email protected]

Egypt

Cairo – Embassy
8, El Gezirah Street; Zamalek, ET-Cairo
Tel: +2 02 27283900
Fax: + 2 02 2737 0709
Email: [email protected]

Estonia

Tallinn – Embassy
Harju 6, 15054 Tallinn
Tel: +372 62 71000
Fax: +372 62 71001
Email: [email protected]

Talinn - Innovation Norway
Harju 6, 15054 Tallinn
Tel: +372 6313 466
Fax: +372 6313 468
Email: [email protected]

Ethiopia

Addis Abeba – Embassy
Buna Board Road, Mekanissa, Addis Abeba
Tel: +251 11 3710799
Fax: +251 113 711255/3713605
Email: [email protected]

Finland

Helsinki – Embassy
Rehbinderintie 17, FIN-00150 Helsingfors
Tel: +358 09 686 0180
Faks: +358 9 657 807
Email: [email protected]


Helsinki – Innovation Norway
Mannerheimintie 5 C, FI-00100 Helsinki, Finland
Tel: +358 20 7551 210
Email: [email protected]

France

Paris – Embassy
28, Rue Bayard, 4ème étage, F-75008 Paris
Tel: +33 1 5367 0400
Fax: +33 1 5367 0440
Email: [email protected]


Paris - Innovation Norway
22, rue de Marignan, 75008 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 53 23 00 50
Email: [email protected]

Germany

Berlin – Embassy
Rauchstr. 1, D-10787 Berlin
Tel: +49-30-505050
Fax: +49-30-505055
Email: [email protected]


Hamburg – Innovation Norway
Caffamacherreihe 5, 20355 Hamburg
Tel: +49 40 22 94 15 0
Fax: +49 40 22 94 15 88
Email: [email protected]

Ghana

Accra - Embassy
Royal Norwegian Embassy, PMBT CT 6, Cantonments, Accra
Tel: + 233 302 241 539
Email: [email protected]

Greece

Athens – Embassy
Hatziyianni Mexi 5, GR-115 28 Aten
Tel: +30 210 7246173 +4723982700
Fax: +30 210 7244989
Email: [email protected]

Guatemala

Guatemala – Embassy
14 Calle 3-51, Zona 10, Edificio Murano Center, Nivel 15, Ca-Guatemala 01010
Tel: +502 2506 4000
Fax: +502 2366 5823
Email: [email protected]

Hungary

Budapest – Embassy
Ostrom u. 13 , H- 1015 Budapest
Tel: +36 1 212 9400 / 04 / 05
Fax: +36 1 212 9410
Email: [email protected]

Iceland

Reykjavik – Embassy
Fjólugt. 17, IS-101 Reykjavik
Tel: +354 520 0700
Fax: +354 552 9553
Email: [email protected]

India

New Delhi – Embassy / Innovation Norway
50 C Shantipath; Chanakyapuri, IND-110 021 New Delhi
Tel: + 91 11 41 77 92 00
Fax: + 91 11 41 68 01 45
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]


Mumbai - General Consulate
TCG Financial Centre, 3rd Floor, C-53, G Block Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (E), Mumbai
Tel: +91 022 61330700
Email: [email protected]

Indonesia

Jakarta – Embassy
Menara Rajawali Building, 25> th floor, Mega Kuningan, Kawasan Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62 21 576 1523 / 24
Fax: +62 21 576 1537br> Email: [email protected]

Iran

Teheran – Embassy
No 201 Dr. Lavasani St. (Ex-Farmanieh St.), Corner of Sonbol St., Teheran
Tel: +98 21 2229 1333
Fax: +98 21 2229 2776
Email: [email protected]

Ireland

Dublin – Embassy
34 Molesworth Street, IRL-Dublin 2
Tel: +353 1 662 1800
Fax: +353 1 662 1890
Email: [email protected]

Israel

Tel Aviv – Embassy
40 Einstein Street, Canion Ramat Aviv, 13. Etg., 69101 Tel Aviv
Tel: +972 3 740 19 00
Fax: +972 3 744 1498
Email: [email protected]

Italy

Rome – Embassy
Via delle Terme Deciane 7, I-00 153 Rome
Tel: +39 06 45238100
Fax: +39 06 45238199
Email: [email protected]


Rome - Innovation Norway Via Cappuccini 2, 20122 Milan
Tel: +39 02 854 514 11
Email: [email protected]

Japan

Tokyo – Embassy
Minami Azabu 5-12-2; Minato-Ku, J-Tokyo 106-0047
Tel. +81-3-6408-8100
Fax. +81-3-6408-8199
Email: [email protected]

Jordan

Amman – Embassy
25 Damascus Street, Abdoun, Amman
Tel: +962 6 593 1646
Email: [email protected]

Kenya

Nairobi – Embassy
58, Red Hill Road, Gigiri
P.O.Box 2472 Village Market, 00621 Nairobi
Tel: +20 425 1000
Email: [email protected]

Nairobi - Innovation Norway
Tel: +254 20 76 06 100
Email: [email protected]

Kosovo

Prishtina – Embassy
Sejdi Kryeziu, Blok IV, Qteza Pejton,
Tel: +381 38 232 111 00
Fax: +381 38 232 111 22
Email: [email protected]

Latvia

Riga – Embassy
Kalku iela 15, P.O.Box 181, Riga LV-1050
Tel: +371 678 14100
Fax: +371 678 14108
Email: [email protected]


Riga - Innovation Norway
Elizabets 51, Riga
Tel: +371 269 757 82
Email: [email protected]
Lithuania

Lebanon

Beirut – Embassy
Embassy Complex, Serail Hill, Beirut
Phone: + 961 1960 000
Fax: +961 1960 099
Email: [email protected]

Lithuania

Vilnius – Embassy
K. Kalinausko g. 24, 3rd floor, 03107 Vilnius
Tel: +370 5 2610000
Fax: +370 5 2610100
Email: [email protected]


Vilnius - Innovation Norway
Didziojo 25-20, LT-01128 Vilnius
Tel: +370 687 30 775
Fax: +370 5 21 227 46
Email: [email protected]

Madagascar

The Embassy Section in Antananarivo Batiment 2D, Business Explorer Park (ex. Village des Jeux) Ankorondrano, 101 Antananarivo, P.O Box 12180, 101 Antananarivo
Tel: +261 (0) 20 22 305 07
Fax: +261 (0) 20 22 377 99
Email: [email protected]

Malawi

Lilongwe – Embassy
Arwa House, City Centre, P/Bag B 323, Lilongwe 3
Tel: +265 1 774211 / +265 1 771212
Fax: +265 1 772845
Email: [email protected]

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur – Embassyz`
53 Floor, Vista Tower, The Intermark 348 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +60 3 2175 0300
Fax: +60 3 2175 0301
Email: [email protected]

Mexico

Mexico D.F. – Embassy
Avenida Virreyes 1460; Col Lomas Virreyes, C.P. 11000 Mexico D.F.
Tel: + 52 55 55 40 34 86/87 / + 52 55 55 40 52 20/21
Fax: +52 55 52023019
Email: [email protected]

Morocco

Rabat – Embassy
6, rue Beni Ritoune, Quartier Souissi, Rabat
Tel: +212 (0)5 37 66 42 00
Fax: +212 (0)5 37 66 42 91
Email: [email protected]

Mozambique

Maputo – Embassy
Ave. Julius Nyerere 1162, Maputo
Tel: +258 21 480 100/1/2/3/4 / +258 21 485 072/4
Fax: +258 21 480 107/ + 258 21 485 076
Email: [email protected]

Myanmar

Yangon - Embassy
No. 7 Pyi Thu Street, Pyay Road Ward (6), 7 Miles Mayangone Township, Yangon
Tel: +95 1 966 9520
Fax: +977 1 5545226
Email: [email protected]

Nepal

Katmandu – Embassy
Surya Court, Pulchowk, Lalitpur
Tel: +977 1 5545307-8
Fax: +977 1 5545226
Email: [email protected]

Netherlands

The Hague - Embassy
Eisenhowerlaan 77J, NL-2517 KK The Hague
Tel: +31 0 70 311 7611
Fax: +31 (0) 70 311 7629
Email: [email protected]

Haag - Innovation Norway
Tel: +31 70 346 73 48
Fax: +31 70 360 74 28
Email: [email protected]

Nigeria

Abuja – Embassy
No. 54, T.Y. Danjuma Street, Asokoro, Abuja
Tel: +234 0 9291 4529 / +234 0 9291 5487
Email: [email protected]

Pakistan

Islamabad – Embassy
H 25, Str. 19, F 6/2, Islamabad
Tel: +92-51-2077700
Fax: +92 51 227 9729, +92 51 227 9726
Email: [email protected]

Palestinian

Al Ram – Representational office (West Bank/Gaza)
World Bank Building, First floor Dahiat Al-Bareed, Al Ram, West Bank
Tel: +972 2 234 5050
Fax: +972 2 234 5079
Email: [email protected]

Philippines

Manila – Embassy
Petron Mega Plaza Bldg., 21st floor, 358 Senator Gil Puyat Avenue,
1209 Makati City, Metro Manila
Tel: +(63 2) 886 3245-49
Fax : +(63 2) 886 3384
Email: [email protected]

Poland

Warsaw – Embassy
ul. Fr. Chopina 2A, PL-00-559 Warszawa
Tel: +48 22 629 0936
Fax: +48 22 629 8005
Email: [email protected]

Warsaw – Innovation Norway

Warte Tower, Chmielna 85/87, 00-805 Warszaw
Tel: +48 22 581 0 581
Fax: +48 22 581 0 981
Email: [email protected]

Portugal

Lisbon – Embassy
Avenida D. Vasco da Gama 1, P-1400-127 Lisboa
Tel: +351 21 300 9100
Fax: +351 21 300 9101
Email: [email protected]

Romania

Buchurest – Embassy
Strada Atena 18, 011832 Bucharesti
Tel: +40 21 210 0274 / 76 / 77
Fax: +40 21 210 0275
Email: [email protected]

Buchurest - Innovation Norway
Tel: +40 (0)21 203 4844
Fax: +40 (0)21 203 4847
Email: [email protected]

Russia

Moscow – Embassy
Povarskaja ul. 7, Moskva, Russland 121069
Tll: +7 499 951 1000
Fax: +7 499 951 1001
Email: [email protected]


Moscow - Innovation Norway
4 Dobryninskiy pereulok, 8 “Dobrynia” business centre Floor 2, Office 313, 119049
Tel: +7 495 663 6830
Fax: +7 495 663 68 31
Email: [email protected]

Murmansk – Consulate General
Ulitsa Sofji Perovskoj 5, RUS-183038 Murmansk
Tel: +7 815 2 400 600
Fax: +7 815 2 457 451/ +7 815 2 456 871
Email: [email protected]


St. Petersburg – Consulate General
Ligovsky pr, 13-15, 191014 St. Petersburg
Tel: + 7 812 612 41 00
Fax: + 7 812 612 41 01
Email: [email protected], [email protected]


saudi arabia

Riyadh – Embassy
Diplomatic Quarter, Riyadh
Tel: +966 1 488 1904
Fax: +966 1 488 0854
Email: [email protected]

serbia

Beograd - Embassy
Uzicka 43, YU-11040 Beograd
Tel: +381 11 367 0404-05
Fax: +381 11 369 0158
Email: [email protected]

singapore

Singapore – Embassy
16 Raffles Quay; No 44-01 Hong Leong Bldg., Singapore 048581
Tel: +65 6818 2000
Fax: +65 6220 2191
Email: [email protected]

Singapore - Innovation Norway
Tel: +65 6222 1316
Fax: +65 6224 7079
Email: [email protected]

slovakia

Bratislava – Embassy
Palisády 29, 811 06 Bratislava
Tel: +421 2 59 10 01 00
Fax: +421 2 59 10 01 15
Email: [email protected]

Spania

Madrid – Embassy
Calle Serrano 26, 5ª Planta 28001 Madrid
Tel: +34 91 436 38 40
Fax: +34 91 436 38 79
Email: [email protected]

Madrid - Innovation Norway
Real Embajada de Noruega Plaza de Colón, 2 - planta 20, torre II, 28046 Madrid
Tel: +34 91 344 09 87
Email: [email protected]

sri lanka

Colombo – Embassy
49 Bullers Lane, Colombo 7
Tel: +94 115608700
Fax: +94 115608799
Email: [email protected]

sudan

Khartoum – Embassy
House no. 63, Street 49, Khartoum II
Tel: +249 183 578336 / +249 183 578343 / +249 183 578345
Fax: +249 183 577180
Email: [email protected]

switzerland

Bern – Embassy
Bubenbergplatz 10, CH-3011 Bern
Tel: +41 31 310 5555
Fax: +41 31 310 5550
Email: [email protected]

sweden

Stockholm – Embassy
Skarpögatan 4, S-115 27 Stockholm
Tel: +46 8 58723600
Fax: 08-587 236 99
Email: [email protected]


Stockholm – Innovation Norway
Sveavägen 64, SE-111 34 Stockholm, Sverige
Tel: +46 8 791 8300
Email: [email protected]

Syria

Damaskus – Embassy
Mezzeh, Eastern Villas, Shafei Street building number 2
Tel: +963 11 612 2941
Email: [email protected]

south africa

Pretoria – Embassy
Ozmik House, 165 Lynnwood Road, Brooklyn
Tel: +27 12 364 3700
Fax: +27 12 364 3799
Email: [email protected]


Pretoria - Innovation Norway
Ozmik House, 165 Lynnwood Road, Brooklyn, 0181 Pretoria
Tel: +2712 364 0700
Fax: +2712 362 4287
Email: [email protected]

Cape Town - Innovation Norway
Norton Rose House, 16th Floor, 8 Riebeek Street, 8000 Cape Town
Tel: +087 150 0120 / +087 150 0128
Fax: +2712 362 4287
Email: [email protected]

south korea

Seoul – Embassy / Innovation Norway
13th fl. Jeong-dong Building, 15-5 Jeong-dong, Jung-gu Seoul 100-784, Republic of Korea
Tel: +82 (02) 727 7100
Fax: +82 (02) 727 7199
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]


South Sudan

Juba - Embassy
Hai Malakal, Juba
Tel: +47 23 95 79 02 / +211 959 000257
Email: [email protected]


Tanzani

Dar es Salaam – Embassy
160/50 Mirambo Street, Dar es Salaam
Tel: +255 22 211 3366
Fax: +255 22 211 6564
Email: [email protected]


Thailand

Bangkok – Embassy
UBC II Building, 18th floor, 591 Sukhumvit Road, Soi 33, Bangkok 10110
Tel: +66 (0)2 204 6500
Fax: +66 2 262 0218
Email: [email protected]

Bangkok - Innovation Norway
Blue Business Solutions Ltd., 14th Fl. Mahatun PlazaBangkok
Email: [email protected]


Turkey

Ankara – Embassy
Kirkpinar Sokak No. 18; 06540 Cankaya, Ankara
Tel: +90 312 408 4800
Fax: + 90 312 408 48 99
Email: [email protected]


Uganda

Kampala – Embassy
Plot 18B Akii-Bva Road, Nakasero, Kampala
Tel: +256 417 11 2000
Fax: +256 414 34 3936
Email: [email protected]


Ukraine

Kyiv – Embassy
Vul. Striletska 15, 01901 Kyiv
Tel: +38 044 281 2200
Fax: +38 044 281 2299
Email: [email protected]


United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi – Embassy
Etihad Towers, West Courniche, Tower No. 3 Level 11, Abu Dhabi
Tel: (+971)-240 38400
Fax: (+971)-240 38401
Email: [email protected]

Abu Dhabi - Innovation Norway
Nordoest, FZ LLC PO Box 54224, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971 566 018 336
Email: [email protected]

United Kingdom

London – Embassy
25 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QD
Tel: +44 20 7591 5500
Fax: +44 20 7245 6993
Email: emb.l[email protected]

London - Innovation Norway
West End House, 11 Hills place, London, W1F 7SE
Tel: +44 20 7389 8800
Fax: +44 207 973 0189
Email: [email protected]


United States

Washington – Embassy / Innovation Norway
2720, 34th Street N.W., Washington D.C. 20008-2714
Tel: +1 202 333 6000
Fax: +1 202 337 0870
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Houston – Consulate General / Innovation Norway
3410 West Dallas Street, Houston, TX 77019
Tel: + 1 (713) 620-4200
Fax: +1 (713) 620-4290
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

New York – Consulate General
825 Third Avenue; 38th floor, New York, N.Y. 10022-7584
Tel: +1 212 421 7333
Fax: +1 212 754 0583
Email: [email protected]

New York - Innovation Norway
655 Third Avenue, Room 1810, 10017-911 New York
Tel: +1 212 885 9700
Fax: +1 212 885 970
Email: [email protected]

San Francisco – Consulate General
575 Market Street, Suite 3950, San Francisco, CA 94105
Tel: +1 415 882 2000
Fax: +1 415 882 2001
Email: [email protected]

San Fransisco & Silicon Valley -
470 Ramona Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301-1707
Tel: +1 650 325 5500
Email: [email protected]


Vietnam

Hanoi – Embassy
10th Floor, Block B, Vincom City Towers, 191 Ba Trieu Street, Hanoi
Tel: +84 4 3974 2930
Fax: +84 4 3974 3301
Email: [email protected]

Hanoi - Innovation Norway
Tel: +84 4 3974 2933
Fax: +84 4 3974 3303
Email: [email protected]