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Subsidence Monitoring Sensors Deployed at Scale in Norway

A new breed of underwater sensor that is able to self-calibrate, enabling precise, long-duration subsidence monitoring at all depths, has been deployed at scale for the first time. The 20-plus Fetch Ambient-Zero-Ambient (AZA) pressure monitoring transponders (PMTs), developed by Sonardyne, will support an ongoing long-term, large-scale seabed monitoring project at Ormen Lange–Norway’s second largest gas field–for A/S Norske Shell. Unlike

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Norway Supports Offshore Wind

Wenche Nistad GIEK CEO

State-backed Export Credit Guarantee Agency GIEK hits another milestone as it almost doubles its guarantee tally to the burgeoning sector. GIEK’s mission is to promote Norwegian exports–and it is doing that big time in the offshore wind market in Europe and further afield. Having reached around NOK 4 billion in June, its latest NOK 3.6 billion (GBP 300 million) risk-sharing splash

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