The oil and energy conference, offshore wind, and Mechatronics Innovation Lab. These were the most read stories from GCE NODE in 2021.

The 32,000 users who visited the GCE NODE website last year, had 108 news stories to choose from.

The top-10 list is as follows:

Sørlandets Oil and Energy Conference: Perhaps the strongest team of speakers ever
In its first ever digital edition, the Oil and Energy Conference in Kristiansand features perhaps the strongest team of speakers ever.

The Agder Floating Offshore Wind Project
A project designed to develop and bring together the Agder floating offshore wind industry will present itself in webinars. Please join in to learn more!

Firenor delivers new offshore wind project
Firenor AS has successfully readied equipment for delivery to major offshore grid connection project DolWin5.

Expecting massive offshore wind development off Norwegian coast
In 2050, the North Sea basin could be home to 50 GW installed wind power, generating 50,000 new jobs.

Autonomous ship delivered from yard
The world’s first autonomous container ship recently arrived at Brevik port, equipped with a mooring system that operates without human intervention, developed by MacGregor.

NOV joins new offshore wind research center
National Oilwell Varco has signed up to be an industrial partner in NorthWind, a new Norwegian Center for Environment-friendly Energy Research.

An arena for innovation
“It is definitely not a lab anymore, I guess it hasn’t been a lab for quite some time. It is so much more. An arena for innovation. That’s what it is. An arena for innovation.”

18 ways to enter the floating wind industry
Agder could play a big role in the emerging floating offshore wind industry. A new project has identified 18 market entries.

Transferring competence to other industries
After 20 years in the oil and gas industry, Mette Harv uses her experience to develop disruptive and sustainable technology for Nekkar.

Four GCE NODE participants receive funding from Green Platform Initiative
GCE NODE participants Agder Energi, Global Ocean Technology, NORCE and Origo Solutions are part of three different consortiums which have received financial support through the Green Platform Initiative.

September 24th 2022

Heading for Hamburg