Egersund


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Egersund

(ā`gərso͝on), town (1995 pop. 12,801), Rogaland co., S Norway, a modern fishing port on the North Sea. Often mentioned in the Norwegian sagas, Egersund was a busy port as early as the Middle Ages.
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Yards in Sandnessjen, Verdal, Stord and Egersund will all be used.
This project with Norsk Vind Egersund AS will have a total rated output of 112.
It's a break from his duties with Egersund IK, and his role as an account manager in the oil services industry, to school himself on the intricacies of what he needs to know to be the best manager he can be.
He visited Oslo, Rena, Tonsberg, Bergen, Hoyanger, Haugesund, Stavanger, Egersund, Kristiansand.
A hourlong train ride to Egersund for a brief wander around the modest town centre and a dull coach ride back was fairly underwhelming.
So we ventured into the hills of Egersund, a town on the western coast of Norway, while equipment and kit was sent from our Inverness base with the help of our logistics team.
Norwegian AKVA Group ASA, a technology provider to the aquaculture sector, said it had agreed to buy a 100% of local aquaculture farming service firm YesMaritime AS from Egersund Group AS for NOK17.
The production of the template-manifolds will be carried out at Aker Solutions' facilities in Egersund on the west coast and Sandnessjaaeen in the northern part of Norway.
The new companies and spin-off companies in Horten, Stjordal and Egersund have posted solid growth and profitability.
He puts on excellent sessions - he really likes to get involved with players,' said Gray, who scored Blues' first goal of their Norwegian tour in a 2-0 win over Egersund on Wednesday.
Julian Gray and Mehdi Nafti scored in a comfortable 2-0 win over Egersund.
Norwegian yacht Avalon will set sail from her home port of Egersund today, heading for Amble on a goodwill mission to discuss ways of boosting the numbers of sailing trips from both sides of the North Sea.