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Torger Reve

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Professor Torger Reve currently holds the Wilh Wilhelmsen Chair in Strategy and Industrial Competitiveness at BI Norwegian Business School, where he also heads the Center for Competitiveness. Torger Reve has been President at BI Norwegian Business School, 1997-2005, which is the maximum tenure period according to the statutes of the school.

Torger Reve is perhaps most famous for his large national research project “A Knowledge Based Norway” (www.ekn.no) analysing the all the major knowledge driven industries. 

Torger Reve cooperates with the French-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in order to organise a French-Norwegian Forum on the Ocean Industry topic on October 14th 2015 in Oslo. 

You are playing a central role in the Norwegian Maritime Knowledge hub initiative, could you please introduce this concept to our French and Norwegian readers?

The Maritime Knowledge Hub Initiative has resulted in more than 20 research professorships sponsored by Norwegian maritime industry covering key aspects of research in the maritime and ocean industries. It is the largest private investments in research chairs ever in Norway, making Norway a leading research actor in maritime research globally.

France has also developed strong skills and ambitions in many fields connected to the ocean. In which areas do you see strategic potential of cooperation which could benefit both countries?

France is also a leading ocean industry nation in Europe, and there are many opportunities to explore the new and emerging ocean industries, like renewable ocean energy, ocean mining and ocean aquaculture.

Representatives from the French Pole Mer Bretagne cluster, DCNS, Bureau Veritas, Total, Technip, Statoil, Sintef, Aker Solutions,… will participate to the Ocean Industry bilateral Forum the 14th of October in Oslo (seminar and BtoB meetings). What are your main expectations for this event?

France was one of the early actors on the Norwegian Continental Shelf when the offshore oil and gas industry started, and leading French companies have a key role to play in the future development of the ocean energy industries.

In connection to this event you will organize a short executive program to be held at BI Norwegian Business School the 12th and 13th of October. What are the objectives for this class and who should participate?

The issues dealt with in the short executive program are how the offshore oil and gas industry can adapt to a low oil price scenario, reducing capacity at the same time as the industry learns how to work smarter, finding new applications for the technologies developed in the offshore oil and gas industry. 

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