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Oslo Set to Become Zero-Emission Port

Oslo Set to Become Zero-Emission Port

Being one of the leading maritime centers in the world, Norwegian Port of Oslo is looking to expand further, meeting at the same time its ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Port of Oslo’s first zero emission working boat

Port of Oslo’s first zero emission working boat

.2019

The Port of Oslo is to build one of the world’s most environmental efficient working boats possible. It is especially designed for efficient collection of waste at the water surface.

ESPOs port pro of the month: Ingvar M. Mathisen

ESPOs port pro of the month: Ingvar M. Mathisen

.2019

The European Port Organisation has interviewed Oslos Port Director.

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Oslo's new cargo port

Oslo's new cargo port

The new cargo port in Sydhavna will be both efficient and aesthetic. In an area equivalent to 86 football fields, Norway's largest port will accommodate all types of cargo.