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  • Oslo maritime network

    07.07.2010

    Norway’s maritime industry is built on the expertise gained from centuries as a shipping nation. Norway has the fifth largest merchant fleet in the world, and the capital city of Oslo is a leading international shipping me...

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  • Mobility for a better life

    04.03.2010

    Freedom encourages creativity and responsibility. Few people in the world spend less time in the actual office than Norwegians, without them being less efficient. The desire for more efficient, entertaining and mobile w...

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  • IOR: Norway extracts twice global average

    16.01.2010

    When Ekofisk was first developed in the 1970s, it was thought that only 17% of reserves could be recovered. Based on original plans, the field would have finished producing already. Thanks to efficient operations and impro...

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  • In the year 2025 - high-speed rail

    17.12.2009

    The year is 2025. Oslo is connected by high-speed rail to Copenhagen. Eight hours travel has been reduced to 140 minutes. The Oslo-Göteborg-Copenhagen corridor is one of the most attractive mega-regions in the world. To br...

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  • A maritime powerhouse

    14.12.2009

    Anyone who’s ever studied a map of Norway can see instantly why shipping and maritime activities are such a crucial part of the nation’s economy. The country’s coastline spans 2,200 kilometres as the crow flies, but 10 tim...

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  • ICT - an integral part of societal security, Q&A with Minister Anne-Grethe Strøm-Erichsen

    10.12.2009

    The Norwegian Minister of Defence Anne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen is educated as a computer engineer, and with twenty years private and public sector experience in computers and information technology in the fields of system dev...

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  • Get smart - the green ICT revolution

    10.12.2009

    The SMART 2020 report recently concluded that smarter technology use can reduce global carbon emissions by up to 15% and save EUR 500 billion in energy costs by 2020. So it was only natural that an environmentally consciou...

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  • Wireless future - the mobile tech cluster in Oslo

    10.12.2009

    Norway’s challenging topography of vast mountainous ranges and remote Arctic territories has pushed the drive for new and advanced communication technologies to keep its scattered population connected. The country launched...

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  • Norway's ICT space odyssey

    10.12.2009

    Norway may not be the world’s biggest space nation, but it is certainly one of the most unique. Building on historical knowledge across a range of industries, Norway is of fundamental importance to the European Space Agenc...

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  • Reshaping the medical world

    10.12.2009

    “In health there is freedom. Health is the first of all liberties.” The words of Swiss writer Henri Frederic Amiel crystallize mankind’s unique dependence on its most fundamental, life-saving industry: medicine. There is a...

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