We have the pleasure of inviting you to our Drinks Reception in connection with ONS 2018. The event will take place at NB!Bar in Stavanger - located on the quay side in the centre of Stavanger.
On 3 May 2018 the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted its annual meeting on Norwegian export control and sanctions. On the meeting the ministry gave an update on their priorities in 2018. In this newsletter we have summarised what we see as the most important matters from this years meeting.
On 8 May 2018, President Trump announced that the United States will be withdrawing from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (“JCPOA”), also known as the Iran nuclear deal. The announcement came ahead of a May 12 deadline for the renewal of a key sanctions waiver.
Kluge has been one of Norwegian Refugee Council's main collaborating partners since 2012, and recently the cooperation was extended for three new years.
On 21 August 2017, the Bellona Foundation (“Bellona”) lodged a complaint with the EFTA Surveillance Authority (“ESA”) alleging that the cash reimbursement of the tax value of exploration costs constitutes illegal state aid under Article 61 of the EEA Agreement.
Finansavisen each year cites whom Norway's best law firms regards as leading in the industry. For several years Kluge has been a leader in public procurements, and Kluge once again confirms this position.
Reserve the 11th of April for participation at this year's Offshore Summit - digitalization and innovation are on the agenda!
We are proud to welcome Hans Ingvald Stensholdt to the Kluge partnership. He joined the position in January 2018.
The Canadian embassy has decided to open a consulate in Stavanger. Stavanger is an important city for Norwegian/Canadian cooperation with its oil and gas industry.