In 2012 the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten declared the multiphase flow technology as one of Norway`s most important inventions after 1980, which has made it possible to develop more and smaller fields and thus had a major impact on the profitability of the oil and gas adventure of Norway.
The event will take place at Tiller, Trondheim, 16 October 2023.
At the event, guests from the research environment, industrial actors and public institutions will attend. Together, we will empower discussions about which technical achievements and breakthroughs are needed to further develop Norway as a leading nation in climate and energy.
We take the time to look back and learn from history. At the same time, we give a small taste of what lies ahead in the role of facilitating groundbreaking climate research and technological testing. This includes important areas such as carbon capture and storage, as well as the emergence of hydrogen technology, in the coming era for Norway's most profitable research infrastructure.
(may be subject to change)
10.30 Arrival and registration
11:15 Opening by President and CEO, SINTEF, Alexandra Bech Gjørv
- Minister for Petroleum and Energy, Terje Aasland
- Chief Executive, The Research Council of Norway, Mari Sundli Tveit
- Research Director, IFE, Johan Kristian Sveen
- Flow Assurance Program Manager, SLB, Norbert Hoyer
- Flow Assurance R&D manager, TotalEnergies, Vanessa Richon
- Senior Advisor, Equinor, Henning Holm
- Global Department Manager Software Development, KDI, Lars-Erik Svabø
- Senior Manager, ACC, Pål Helge Nøkleby
- Research Manager, SINTEF, Andrea Shmueli
15:30 End of the program