NEWS FROM MO INDUSTRIPARK AS
Mo Industripark AS publishes the information paper Yellow Pages and MIP magazine. Yellow Pages is regulary published throughout the year. MIP magazine is published about once a year. Order of printed editions and other inquiries is addressed to the Vice president of marketing.
SINTEF to be permanently based in HelgelandAs the “R&D boost for Helgeland” project draws to a close, a framework for permanent SINTEF establishment in Mo is under discussion.
In-depth partnership for boost to portA deepwater quay worth NOK 250 million may herald the start of a closer partnership between the two quay owners in Rana.
– Hugely impressedFridtjof Wangsvik, the Norwegian Coastal Administration’s regional director in Nordland, was in Mo i Rana recently in order to familiarise himself with the port and industry. He saw a presentation of the deepwater quay project during his visit.
First in Norway with new tool to counteract floating dustWhen Reidar Lillejord sits at the wheel of the new street sweeper belonging to Anleggs-Service AS, he is BATman in the battle against floating dust. This technology is the best available on the market. Best Available Technology. Or BAT, as the professionals call it.
Battling dust with grass seed and asphaltNew asphalt has been laid on several kilometres of roadway at the industrial park since 2007.Asphalting, sowing and planting. These are just some of the measures taken by Mo Industripark AS (MIP AS) in order to battle the problem of floating dust.
MIP Sustainability – a primary focus area!– Mo Industrial Park (MIP) is to be one of the world’s leading industrial parks in terms of emissions to the environment, energy efficiency and recycling, and this must be displayed by focusing on established research and improvement projects.
You Purchasing requirements promote CO2 reduction“All of us here at Celsa Armeringsstål AS were really pleased with the amount of attention we received during Industri 2015 with regard to our challenges.”
Celsa’s Hot Charging ready for start-up“We finished the project on time. Many of those involved stepped up to the plate and delivered good work on short deadlines.” These are words of project manager Kjell Arne Føinum at Celsa Armeringsstål AS.
Pipe shipments from RITOn Wednesday July 1, the first Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) docked at Rana Industrial terminal to collect 160 pipes. In the weeks to come two of these boats will dock each day to ship the remaining 20,000 pipes to Polarled.
“To be competitive, you need to cooperate”For four years Marianne Terese Steinmo has researched success criteria between research and industry and what is necessary for these parties to collaborate on innovation. The idea is that through greater cooperation between industry and R&D the industry in Helgeland can strengthen its position.
High activity despite the downturnAlthough tougher times now prevail in the oil and gas industry, SINTEF Molab is once again experiencing great demand from its customers in the industry. The expertise of SINTEF Molab is very important in order for the offshore industry to feel confident that the materials they use possess the characteristics they should, so that accidents and incidents are avoided.
Molab AS becomes SINTEF Molab AS“We see the change in name as an expression of confidence from the owner in the quality we represent, says Eigil Dåbakk, CEO at SINTEF Molab AS.
Major new energy efficiency project– The new furnace will emit less dust and be far more energy-efficient, says Bjørn Ugedal, CEO of Glencore Manganese Norway AS.
Criteria for Enova fundingEnova is a state-owned enterprise owned by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Enova’s “Funding for energy initiatives in industry” programme is helping to bring about renewable, efficient energy consumption in Norwegian industry.
Polarled – a success for Wasco“We completed the bulk of the order at about the time planned, and feedback from Statoil has been positive. Everything is perfect, and it looks as though this has been a successful project,” says Colin Mather, commercial manager at Wasco Energy and Statoil’s contact for the Polarled project. 11:43 on 17 April saw the coating […]
New deepwater quay evaluated at RIT This picture shows what a new deepwater quay would look like, along with its location. The area selected provides an opportunity for large back zones. There is a direct link with the industrial park via the heavy haulage route. The site is close to both the E6 and NSB. “If we are to […]
Incredibly hectic summer at RITThe hectic period involving shipping pipes and suction anchors from Rana Industriterminal is planned to commence in mid-June. First to leave will be the supply ships carrying pipes.
An industrial crossroads– This is one of the biggest positive industrial initiatives from a Norwegian government in a long time. This decision is on a par with the introduction of the CO2 compensation scheme implemented by the red-green government in 2012 for the power refining industry.
Important energy research for industry and the environment– Although many people are aware that energy has to be used for industry, not everyone understands this.
Detailed planning for the Dunderlandsbanen lineFor Rana Gruber, upgrading to a 30-tonne axle load will allow production to be increased by 50 per cent.