Atlantis Subsea Farming has released fish in the submersible pens for the third and final round at the Otervika facility on the border between Nordland and Trøndelag, Norway.
In a press release just before Christmas this year, the Minister of Fisheries announced that prior to this year’s cod season, it could be relevant to close fishing grounds if sampling shows that fishing is mainly for coastal cod. The measure is part of an attempt to rebuild the coastal cod stock in the north. In the wake of this, Fiskeribladet launched the term “coastal cod police” about the Institute of Marine Research and the Directorate of Fisheries, which would have a central role in such a closure. To understand this situation, it can be useful to look back at Norwegian-Russian fisheries negotiations in the 1970s, the cod crisis in the 1980s and the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea’s recommendation for zero catches of coastal cod in the 2000s.
Norcod has invested in two feed barges in AKVA group’s new AM3 series. The feed barges are very energy-efficient with hybrid operation and feeding systems with water transport of the feed.
AKVA group Land Based has entered into an agreement with Nordic Aqua Nigbo to deliver a complete RAS facility just outside Shanghai. The project has a planned production volume of 8,000 tonnes in 2026. The contract is the largest in AKVA group’s history.
“To have a bad camera can be compared to not having eyes. With SmartEye Precision HD we are able to do optimal feeding at any time and save time and money in the process. In severe weather we can easily control the feeding from land,” says Michael Olsen, Operations Manager at Grieg Seafood Finnmark.
Tuesday night, 100,000 fish were released in Atlantis at the Skrubbholmen facility south of Rørvik. This is the first time a biomass of this size has been put in a pen and submerged 30 meters below the surface.
Atlantis Subsea Farming has for the first time deployed fish in its submersible pen. Now the project is excitedly following the life of the fish in the deep.
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