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New Members in GCE Ocean Technology

Palfinger Marine Norway is one of the new members that joined GCE Ocean Technology this year. In photo: Rene Jenensch, Product Manager- Cranes, Palfinger Marine Norway AS.

We are delighted to share that Odfjell Oceanwind, Shearwater GeoServices, DeepOcean and 20 other exciting companies have become members of GCE Ocean Technology this year.

23 companies have joined GCE Ocean Tecnhology this year. Our cluster is steadily growing and now comprises of 142 partners and members.

CGG joined GCE Ocean Technology, this autumn and has already connected with several useful companies and projects in other industries.

New Members in 2021

Interaction and Innovation

Members of our cluster are part of a huge network of companies and organisations that operates within the ocean industries. We work towards increased interaction and innovation among our partners and members.

We show you the way into relevant partnerships, profile your business and keep you updated on the latest technology and expertise through our events, matchmaking, projects, funding, and business development programmes.

On behalf of GCE Ocean Technology, we welcome all new members to the cluster, and are looking forward to future collaboration.

If your company operates within the ocean industries we welcome you to apply to become a member our cluster.

Contact Information

Owe Hagesæther

Chief Executive Officer

Owe Hagesæther

Why Cluster

International research shows that business clusters lead to higher employment, greater economic growth and improved productivity.

Innovation in terms of new technology, new products and services more often takes place inside an industry cluster than outside.

Learn how to become a member

GCE Ocean Technology was established in 2006 in Bergen, Norway and is an industry driven initiative within ocean technology with more than 130 partners and members.

The cluster develops and supplies innovative ocean technology within a wide range of applications, including:

  • Subsea oil and gas production
  • Marine renewable energy production
  • Marine food production
  • Exploration of marine mineral resources.