SalMar and Aker through its wholly-owned subsidiary Aker Capital AS, will eventually own 66.6 per cent and 33.4 per cent, respectively, of the joint company, SalMar Aker Ocean, which will comprise SalMar’s interests in its semi-offshore and offshore farming operations.
Aker will contribute up to NOK 1.65 billion in cash in three tranches. The company will continue the ongoing work within testing, learning, researching, and developing offshore farming operations, including through the world’s first operating offshore fish farm, Ocean Farm 1; and the technology of the innovative Smart Fish Farms to be positioned in offshore Norwegian waters, and eventually internationally.
Norway is currently at the forefront in developing this technology and industry worldwide.
Produce sets the squid catch limit at 420,000 tons Peru
Measure is established to guarantee sustainable extractive activities of the resource during the year 2023.
The Ministry of Production (Produce) established, through ministerial res...
Squid fisheries are booming in a regulatory vacuum Worldwide
The following is an excerpt from an article published by China Dialogue Ocean:
The expansion of squid fisheries in parts of the high seas has left scientists and conservationists concerned about the ...
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