DNV GL and TenneT sign 4-year framework agreement for project certification of High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) substations in German North Sea. Agreement includes certification of TenneT’s DolWin5 converter platform with cost-saving offshore grid connection concept
AKVA group is present at stand 338 in hall D and with its own exhibition feed barge quayside at Skansen. We are looking forward to showing you this year’s news.
AKVA group has agreed to deliver an AC 600 PVDB feed barge to Arctic Offshore Farming. The deal aims to set a new industry standard for offshore aquaculture.
Total’s Egina field, located 150 km (93 mi) off Port Harcourt, kicked into production just as 2018 was winding to a close. The start-up of any offshore field is notable, but Egina’s is especially so: The field is estimated to contain reserves of 550 MMbbl. Lying in water depths ranging from 1,400 to 1,750 m […]
Project to deliver industry’s first all-electric actuated boosting system
Effective from December 1st, AKVA group has united its efforts towards land based aquaculture through the formation of AKVA group Land Based, a strong unit and single point of contact for land based solutions and services.
As usual, this year’s Nor-Fishing meant four hectic days. The Nor-Fihing foundation send their sincere thanks to 500 exhibitors, numerous speakers, delegates and almost 20 000 visitors for making this year’s exhibition a great success!
For a number of years, Steinsvik has been one of the leading software vendors for the international aquaculture market, so far this year, Steinsvik’s management and reporting software package; Mercatus has experienced significant growth.
More than 600 marine scientists from around the world are this week participating in the 2012 ICES Annual Science Conference which is held in Bergen, Norway.
Global demand for protein-rich seafood continues to rise, yet there is little or no room for growth in international wild harvests. Three fourths of the world’s major marine fish stocks are currently being harvested to their maximum limits, creating an ever-widening gap between catch supply and consumer demand. Aquaculture, as evidenced by its rapid worldwide expansion, is now in a prime position to bridge this gap.