Seafood innovation - seafood market and innovation

The world’s population is growing. The oceans represent an underutilized source of protein that will be increasingly to important for feeding the world in the future. Northen seas are among the most productive and will therefore be critical to meeting global demand. This potential, combined with new and innovative solutions is setting the stage for tomorrow’s arctic seafood industry.

What is the economic potential of Arctic seafood? What innovations are likely to bring about new market opportunities? How might these be combined with new technologies to create higher output for seafood producers? What can the aquaculture industry learn from the petroleum industry as fish farms move further offshore? What safeguards are in place to protect the Arctic marine environment and ecosystems from intensive aquaculture? What regulations are required to manage ‘wild’ stocks? How can new technologies contribute to improving the quality of wild catch while protecting stocks and other species, and how can they be used to monitor and enforce regulations?

Session format: Armchair conversation

Confirmed speakers:

  • Atle Vartdal, Ramoen
  • Tine Hammernes Leopold, CEO, Salma Brands
  • Merete Kristiansen, Commercial Director, Nordlaks
  • Knut Ellekjær,CEO, Cermaq
  • Björgólfur Hávarðsson, Innovation Manager, NCE Seafood
  • Nilanto Perbowo, Director General, Directorate General of Product Competitiveness, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia

 

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Wednesday 24th January 2018

10:30 - 11:30

Clarion Hotel The Edge - Margarinfabrikken

Add to Calendar 2018-01-24 10:30 2018-01-24 11:30 Europe/Oslo Seafood innovation - seafood market and innovation The world’s population is growing. The oceans represent an underutilized source of protein that will be increasingly to important for feeding the world in the future. Northen seas are among the most productive and will therefore be critical to meeting global demand. This potential, combined with new and innovative solutions is setting the stage for tomorrow’s arctic seafood industry. What is the economic potential of Arctic seafood? What innovations are likely to bring about new market opportunities? How might these be combined with new technologies to create higher output for seafood producers? What can the aquaculture industry learn from the petroleum industry as fish farms move further offshore? What safeguards are in place to protect the Arctic marine environment and ecosystems from intensive aquaculture? What regulations are required to manage ‘wild’ stocks? How can new technologies contribute to improving the quality of wild catch while protecting stocks and other species, and how can they be used to monitor and enforce regulations? Session format: Armchair conversation Confirmed speakers: Atle Vartdal, Ramoen Tine Hammernes Leopold, CEO, Salma Brands Merete Kristiansen, Commercial Director, Nordlaks Knut Ellekjær,CEO, Cermaq Björgólfur Hávarðsson, Innovation Manager, NCE Seafood Nilanto Perbowo, Director General, Directorate General of Product Competitiveness, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia   Clarion Hotel The Edge - Margarinfabrikken

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