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Statoil sells tar sands to Canada

Statoil has reached an agreement to sell a share of the company’s oil sands project in Alberta, Canada (Kai Kos Dehseh) to Thailand’s PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP). 40 percent According to the agreement, PTTEP must pay a total of

New technology to advance women's cancer care in Southlake

Groundbreaking technologies, including new mammography machines, are helping to fight women's cancers PRESS RELEASESOUTHLAKE REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER*************************This Cancer Awareness Month, Southlake is adding advanced technologies to detect and treat breast and other women's cancers thanks to the generous support of

Erdogan wants Tesla factory | Financial Notice

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has asked Tesla CEO Elon Musk to build a Tesla factory in Turkey, reports Reuters and refers to statements by the Turkish Communications Directorate. Musk also appears to have said that Tesla is already working

Huawei, 5G | Huawei founder warns Norway:

– I don’t think you should buy goods and services based on political factors. Infrastructure-related products have long life cycles. If you fall behind at the start, it will be difficult to catch up. These words come from Ren Zhengfei,

Huawei security director leaves Norway – E24

Tore Larsen Orderløkken says it has been a “challenging and educational” year for the Chinese electronics giant. He will now become Posten Norge’s new head of information security. END: Tore Larsen Orderløkken leaves his position as head of security at

German technology will help Norwegian railways

At home, Thales is probably best known for the Skrinlegger Flexus Card electronic ticketing system – an expensive and poorly planned project by the then public transport company Oslo Sporveier. Thales France was the supplier. The group has now changed

Increase the result tenfold –

In the second quarter, Grieg Seafood Finnmark AS accounted for 88 million of the group’s 134 million operating profits. Director Håkon Volden does not want to speculate on why the Finnmark department farms salmon much more profitably than the Rogaland,