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2:10 pm—Panel Discussion. 3:15 pm—Conclusion of panel discussion.

Thursday, August 9

Energy Saving

Chairman: Finn Bergersen Jr., secretary general, Norwegian

Fisherman's Association, Trond- heim. 10:00 am—"The Outlook for En- ergy Prices," by Johan Nic. Void, managing director, A/S Norske

Shell, Oslo. 10:30 am—"Potentials for Saving in the Fishery Industry," by An- ders Endal, research director, In- stitute of Fishery Technology Re- search, Trondheim. 11:30 am—"Design of Energy-effi- cient Fishing Craft—Hull Design and Propulsion Systems," by Aage

Berg, senior scientist, Institute of

Fishery Technology Research,

Trondheim. 12:15 pm—Lunch. 1:30 pm—"Operation of Fishing

Vessels—Correct Use of Speed,

Propulsion Machinery, and Pro- peller," by Torbjorn Digernes, senior scientist, Institute of

Fishery Technology Research,

Trondheim. 2:10 pm—Panel discussion. 3:30—Conclusion of seminar.


Country code: A = Australia, C = Canada, D =

Denmark, E = England, EG = East Germany, F -

Finland, H = Holland, N = Norway, PL= Po- land, P0= Portgual, S = Sweden, WG = West


Alpha Diesel (D)

Arentz & Amundsen A/S (N)

H. Astrup & Co. A/S (N)

Atlantconsult (N)

B.N. Marine Consult (D)

B T Elektronikk A/S (N)

BT Marking A/S (N)

Baader GmbH + Co. KG (WG)

Bakelittfabrikken A/S (N)

Bergen Bartz A/S (N)

Bergman Instrumentering A/S (N)

Berkel a.s. (N)

Berner & Larsen A/S (N)

Bergens Mekaniske Verksteder (N)

Bjorshol International (N)

Bjorshol Mek. Verksted A/S (N)

Borden Kjemi Norge A/S (N)

Brinchmann & Co. A/S (N)

Brunsvikens Reperbane A/S (N)

Braathens SAFE (N)

Brodr. Brunvoll Motorfabrikk A/S (N)

Bruusgaard & Blindheim A/S (N) as Bull Industri-og skipsteknisk (N)

Carritech (D)

Centromor (PL)

Cerfil, S.A.R.L./Euronete, LDA (P0)

H. Clausen A/S (N)

A/S Cylinderservice (N)

Dansk Eksporforening (D)

Datasafe A/S (N)

Distrikenes utbyggingsfond (N)

Drammen Stal a.s. (N)

Dyno Folier A/S (N)

Dyno Norplast A/S, Dyno Cipax N. (N)

Egersund Tralverksted A/S (N)

Euroclean A/S (N)

A/S Finsam Industries Ltd. (N)

A/S Nils N. Finnoy Motorfabrik (N)

Fishauction Lauwersoog (H)

Fishimpex Rostock (EG

Fiskaren (N)

Fiskeriindustriens Landsforening (N)

A/S Fiskeriautomatikk (N)

Fiskeridirektoratet (N)

A/S Fiskernes Bank (N)

A/S Fiskevegn (N)

Floor-Tec Norge A/S (N)

Fosnavag Fiskevegnfabrik A/S (N)

Frigoscandia Contracting AB (S)

Furuno Norge A/S (N)

Forpackningsservice (N)

Glomma pap & papir A/S (N)

W.R. Grace A/S (N)

Gram Fletteri (D)

Grundborg (D)

Grundens Regnklader AB (S)

Guru Papp A/S (N)

HaBa Produkter (N)

Erling Haug A/S (N)

Helly-Hansen A/S (N)

Hiab-Foco A/S (N)

Hirtshais Vad & Trawl binderi (D)

Holund A/S (N)

Hocom A/S (N)

Asbjorn Horgard A/S (N)

A/S Hydraulik Brattvaag (N)

Hydraulish Aluminium a/s (N)

Arnold Haabeth A.S. (N)


Jacstone Froster Ltd. (E)

Andreas Jensen (D)

C.C. Jensen (D)

Johnson Pump A/S (N)

J.O. Jaeger(N)

KNM Tordenskjold (N)

Karmoy Winch AS (N)

Kemers Norske A/S (N)

Josef Kihlberg A/S (N)

Kienzle Datasystem A/S (N)

R. Kirksaether A/S (N)

Kleveland Elektro Diesel A/S (N)

William Knudsen A/S (N)

Koden Norge A/S (N)

A/S H. Koppernaes & Sonner (N)

Krupp Atlas Elektronik GmbH (WG)

Kumera Oy (F)

Kvam Batindustri A/S (N)

Kvaerner Kulde A/S (N)

Lagan Plast AS (N)

Lehmkuhl Radiosystemer A/S (N) (continued on page 14) 11JI i :VJ k 14VP:

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