Technologies for the global green economy

 

NORWEGIAN TECHNOLOGY KEY FACTS

The pace of technological innovation has accelerated almost beyond comprehension. Leading companies are using new and more energy efficient technologies to innovate across product lifecycles and to ‘future proof’ their brands.
Norwegian Technology is where

they find the inspiration for change.

NORWEGIAN TECHNOLOGY WINNER OF UIS TEKNA EDUCATIONAL AWARD

Tekna educational award gis til en bedrift/virksomhet innen offentlig eller privat sektor som har bidratt til å styrke teknisk-naturvitenskapelig utdanning ved UiS. Årets vinner var Norwegian Technology.

Utdanning, forskning og utvikling er viktige elementer i NTs strategier for å oppnå kostnadseffektive og bærekraftige miljøteknologiske løsninger. Dette hjelper å skape den sirkulære økonomien.

 

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West Hercules

NORWEGIAN TECHNOLOGY ON WEST HERCULES

Norwegian Technology AS will be taking part on the West Hercules drilling rig in the Barents Sea as a subcontractor for drilling waste treatment offshore. In addition to operation of our STU unit for heavy slops treatment and CTU unit for slop water processing, the NT personnel are helping with tanker washings and cuttings handling together with our partner JWS.

11-14 NOVEMBER 2019

MEET US AT ADIPEC - STAND NUMBER 3220

Norwegian Technology is proud to invite you to our stand 3220 at ADIPEC which we share with Habu Technology FZCO.

 

We can keep you updated on our leading edge technologies that have been saving our customers money whilst improving the environment.

ADIPEC attracts an audience of over 145,000+ visitors from 135 countries. ADIPEC also represents a global opportunity for you to connect with over 2,200 exhibiting companies

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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New cONTRACT

KAVALA OIL AND ENERGEAN IN GREECE

Norwegian Technology AS widens their horizons. Since the beginning of 2019 Norwegian Technology has successfully treated 12 000 m3 of complex slop from 20 000 m3 total waste volume. This represents valuable experience and very effective results that will in turn lead to more work.

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EASILY ACCESSiBLE LOCATION

STAVANGER SLOP IN MEKJARVIK

Norwegian Technology in partnership with Henriksen Olje-transport, www.henriksenolje.no, owns and operates the Stavanger Slop, www.slop.no, wastewater treatment plant in Mekjarvik, Stavanger
 
Stavanger Slop receives and treats oily water and other contaminated wastewaters. The treatment plant is equipped with six tanks for a total capacity of 4.500 m3 .

WILL SAVE MILLIONS - AND

AT THE SAME TIME IS GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

Norwegian Technology AS has been awarded a patent on its innovative technology that can efficiently treat drill cuttings offshore on-site at drilling rigs or at fixed installations for safe discharge of solids to sea bed with virtually no environmental impact.

Cost Savings
As an example, this technology can if implemented on ONE fixed installation can save the operator ...

SUCCESSFUL INVESTMENT GIVES RENEWED CONTRACTS

Norwegian Technology AS has invested in equipment formerly owned by Nature Oil and Gas for treating heavier slop waste and slops. Using these units enables competitively priced, and reliable treatment of liquid waste on site. NT has also established new contracts with customers that have previously used these units.

We are pleased to report that these units are operating efficiently on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, in the Barents Sea and in Brazil, giving environmenally friendly results.

IVAR constructs and operates municipal facilities for water, waste water and general waste. IVAR’s vision is to secure the region`s most competitive water, waste water and waste services. IVAR is owned by the municipalities of Finnøy, Gjesdal, Hå, Klepp, Kvitsøy, Randaberg, Rennesøy, Sandnes, Sola, Stavanger, Hjelmeland and Time with a total population of approx. 320 000.

 

Norwegian Technology provides his technical solutions and chemicals to IVAR’s Municipal Waste Water Treatment Plant in Grødaland, municipality of Hå, in Jæren, Rogaland.

The new administration building at Grødaland. Photo: IVAR/Anne Lise Norheim.

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Mekjarvik 8b  4070 Randaberg

Norway

© NORWEGIAN TECHNOLOGY 2018

    GET IN TOUCH:

    NORWEGIAN TECHNOLOGY AS

    Mekjarvik 8b  4070 Randaberg

    Norway

    © NORWEGIAN TECHNOLOGY 2019