Important UN Post for Norway
Harald Brekke, Senior Geologist of The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) and speaker at our upcoming Marine Mineral Seminar, has been selected to chair the board of the Legal and Technical Commission under the International Seabed Authority, ISA.
ISA manages the resources in the international seabed areas on behalf of humankind, and Norway is one of their 167 member countries.
The ISA’s Legal and Technical Commission (LTC) will be chaired by Harald Brekke, and is ISA’s expert body for awarding and following up exploration and production licences for seabed minerals in international deep-water areas.
LTC is currently working on issues such as developing standards and guidelines as part of the regulations for recovering seabed minerals in international areas. Harald Brekke has been elected for one year, according to NPD.
A Golden Opportunity to “Meet” Harald Brekke
GCE Ocean Technology and the Norwegian Forum for Marine Minerals are hosting and organising a digital Marine Minerals one-day seminar 3 June, where Harald Brekke will be joining us to present the international legislation status and timeline concerning Marine Minerals. Learn more and register for this seminar.
GCE Ocean Technology congratulates Harald Brekke with the new position.
Marine Minerals Seminar
Join us 3. June to learn more about marine minerals: The ongoing work and the opportunities and challenges arising within this emerging industry.
The interest for marine minerals is increasing as the legislation is moving forwards and the exploration activities show promising results.
GCE Ocean Technology and Norwegian forum for Marine Minerals (NMM) have joined forces to create a great programme for you at our digital One-Day Seminar.
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