Norwegian technology transfers
from the oil and gas sector

Fisheries and aquaculture

Large bore flexible umbilical for aquaculture

Tess has developed solutions, based on own existing technology used in the oil industry, to meet new requirements for exposed fish farms into rougher seas.

Fisheries and aquaculture

New trawl technology supports fish sorting

Scantrol Deep Vision has developed a subsea camera system which identifies the species and length of fish entering a trawl, and sorts the catch in the trawl. This makes fishing more efficient and sustainable, while cutting fuel costs.

Health and medicine

Turning diver technology to treating stroke patients

Solutions developed for diving are being applied by NUI AS to help post-stroke rehabilitation, cancer patients and people with damage to tissues and the central nervous system.

Marine Archeology

Hunting historical treasures on the seabed

GeoPluss at Randaberg outside Stavanger is using geophysical methods and technology from the subsea industry to conduct archaeological investigations on the seabed.

Fisheries and aquaculture

Using sound for mooring line integrity monitoring

Acoustic sensors and wireless transfer allow Scanmatic’s system to monitor mooring lines on floating offshore installations. The company is now looking at new markets in offshore wind and aquaculture.

Fisheries and aquaculture

More efficient aquaculture and healthier fish

CSUB AS has succeeded in new markets in aquaculture and land-based products on the basis of delivering underwater structures to the international oil and gas industry.