Militant Islamists with fighting experience in Syria may be planning an attack in Norway in the coming days, police said on Thursday, as they deployed armed units at borders, airports and railway stations.
A small group of Norway-
Norway-based Supreme Group, a leader in the provision of end-to-end supply chain solutions, has completed the acquisition of EMS Seven Seas, a global maritime services group with focus on key markets including Europe, US and Middle East.
Royal Dutch Shell has dropped one of Norway's biggest and most innovative industrial projects due to rising costs and complexity, dealing a blow to a technology that some hope could revolutionise offshore production.
Despite being top energy exporters, countries in the Mena region fare poorly in a new energy performance index due to the high fuel subsidies and the dominance of fossil fuels in the energy mix.
Norway tops The Global Energy Architectur
Nissan’s second generation Leaf, a 100 per cent electric vehicle, has claimed the number one spot in Norway’s passenger car sales chart in October.
In October, the zero emission family car, out sold all of its internal
A high-level delegation from Dubai Drydocks World and Maritime World met officials of Norway-based DNV Group, a global provider of services for managing risk, at the company headquarters and discussed key proposals with them.
Norway-based Island Offshore, a leading name in global Light Well Intervention (LWI) activities, has been awarded a major contract extension worth NOK 0.5 billion ($86.5 million) with BP Exploration Operating Company.
Norway took a major step towards opening up an environmentally sensitive Arctic area to oil and gas exploration when the ruling Labour Party gave the go-ahead on Sunday for an impact study.
Exploration in the waters around the Lof
Jotun has announced plans to phase out lead chromates, a toxic chemical compound from all paint and coatings formulations worldwide, in line with its environmental initiative Jotun GreenSteps.
The company is scheduled to phase out
European commercial real estate investment turnover reached 44.8 billion euros ($58.3 billion) in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2012, an increase of 53 per cent on Q3 2012 and 25 per cent on Q4 2011, according to real estate services firm CBRE.