On Monday, 28 October, SN Power signed an agreement to develop 127 MW hydropower project in Lariang River in North Mamuju Regency. SN Power was established by Norwegian state entities of Statkraft and Norfund.

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Visit Norway organizes the third Scandinavian destination workshop for the Indonesian travel trade

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On the 20th January 2015, an agreement was signed between Dinas Hidro-Oseanografi TNI Angkatan Laut (DISHIDROS) and the Norwegian Hydrographic Service (NHS). The agreement was signed in the offices of DISHIDROS in Jakarta, by Chief DISHIDROS, First Admiral Mr. Dede Yuliadi and Director NHS, Mr. Evert Flier.

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The PGN FSRU Lampung project reached a significant milestone on 17 May when the installation and connection of the FSRU and the Tower Yoke Mooring System were finalized on site, 20 km outside Lampung, Indonesia.

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Hoegh LNG is on time building the floating storage and regasification unit to Indonesia. The vessel will be ready in June 2014.

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Deputy Head of Mission Marianne Damhaug explaining Norway's position on CCS

The Norwegian Embassy opened a seminar arranged by CCOP, ITB, Geological Agency and Petrad in Bandung.

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The Ministry of Public Work (MPW) was invited by the Norwegian Tunneling Network (NTN) to Norway to learn more about the infrastructure and underground facilities constructed by NTN. The visit included meetings with the National Public Road Administration, the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI), Multiconsult AS, Oslo Water and Sewerage works (VAV) and other relevant companies and research...

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On 17-21 August 2015, the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) delegation from Planning for Manufacturing Industry Directorate visited Norway.

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Meet Torunn Aass Taralrud, Innovation Norway's new Regional Director.

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The event of the year for Norwegian business interests in Asia!

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Reflections from a Regional Meeting on Aquaculture in Bangkok 16-18 January 2013.

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The guide on How to do business in Indonesia is now updated

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The Baron Technopark is a project implemented by Indonesia and Norway with the aim to promote the use of renewable energies for electricity generation.

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The Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta visits Statoil Indonesia

News and events // Last updated: 04.06.2012

On May 28, the Norwegian Embassy visited Statoil’s offices in Jakarta. Ambassador Homme and his colleagues were greeted by Tor Fjæran, President Director of Statoil Indonesia and members of his management group and were given a comprehensive presentation on Statoil’s various operations, ambitions and goals in Indonesia.

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Innovation Norway (re) opens trade office in Jakarta

News and events // Last updated: 26.03.2012

The Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr. Trond Giske, announced on the 23rd of March in Oslo the good news of the opening of an Innovation Norway's office in Jakarta from August 2012.

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Workshop on Underground Space Utilization, Bandung 22-23 February.

News and events // Last updated: 29.02.2012

The Norwegian Embassy and Norwegian Tunnelling Network (NTN) organized a Workshop on Underground Space Utilization in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Works in Bandung 22-23 February 2012.

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Norwegian Höegh LNG signs 20 year Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) agreement with PGN in Indonesia

News and events // Last updated: 06.02.2012

The CEO of Höegh LNG, Mr. Sveinung Støhle and of CEO of PT Perusahaan Gas Negara ("PGN"), Mr. Hendi Prio Santoso, on 25. January 2011, in the presence of Norwegian Ambassador to Indonesia, H.E. Mr. Eivind S. Homme, signed an agreement for Höegh LNG  to provide PGN with an FSRU and mooring system offshore Belawan, near the city of Medan, in North Sumatra, Indonesia. The project will employ the

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Statoil Aggressively Explores Indonesia’s Frontier Areas

News and events // Last updated: 09.01.2012

The days of easy oil fields are over. Oil and gas exploration in Indonesia are now shifting to the eastern region of the archipelago, where most of the area are located off-shore, in a more challenging and harsh environment. This is a potential growth area for Statoil as a world-class deep water operator, to reach the unreachable.

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