At the Marintec China exhibition, DNV awarded two Approval in Principle (AiP) certificates to Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd. (DSIC) for the design of a 50,000cbm floating liquefied CO2 (LCO2) storage and injection unit (FSIU) and a 20,000cbm LCO2 carrier.

The “super” car with all the different names can carry out a range of varied tasks as it is equipped with great powers and many different and flexible functions. Most of tasks consist of adding or removing masses. In other words, masses can be sucked away or blown into place. The super suction is most sought after in connection with moving dry masses such as soil, stone, gravel/shingle, but also various liquids.
In contrast to a regular vacuum truck, the super vacuum cleaner is super powerful!

The three-year Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) plans aim to reduce system losses, improve customer service, and enhance operational and commercial performance of the Electricity Company of Ghana and Northern Electricity Distribution Company. This will in turn improve their financial and service delivery to millions of customers. Multiconsult, with funding from the German Development Bank (KfW) has supported the development of both plans.

In the project “Real-time detection of free-swimming sea lice larvae” (e-Lice), Akvaplan-niva and partners utilize advanced sensors and AI to detect and quantify salmon lice in the water column. In October was the start of the first experiment in the project, testing the underwater imager UVP6, and developing an algorithm to classify the lice. Ragnhild […]

DNV’s latest report, ‘Lean and green: building sustainable and cost-efficient supply chains’, shows that companies investing in sustainability initiatives are seeing positive financial benefits despite some uncertainties on how to respond to the latest raft of European ESG regulations coming into force from 2024.

One persistent nemesis for sustainable aquaculture has been salmon lice. The tide may be turning with innovative solutions that dive deeper than ever before. By lowering the net to a depth where the lice don’t thrive, thus separating the salmon from the lice, the lice problem can be significantly reduced.