Background

event60x80The Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, nongovernmental organization established by Norwegian and Russian business circles. The NRCC was established on the 20th of October 2003, with a constituting meeting taking place at the premises of Telenor ASA at Fornebu Oslo. The founders of the NRCC are Russian and Norwegian companies, hereunder leading Norwegian investors in Russia. The working language of the Chamber is English, which is used both for official correspondance and networking meetings.

Aim

The aim of the NRCC is to stimulate and improve business relations between Norwegian and Russian companies regarding import, export, shipping, business development, tourism or investment activities. In addition, the Chamber aims to enhance the understanding of each others' business culture, market developments and other socio-economic developments of importance.

Members

As of today, the Chamber has 140 members representing various sectors. It is a pleasure for us to see a growing interest from Russian companies joining the Chamber. A list of the NRCC Members can be found under "Members". The expanded list is only available for the NRCC Members.

Management

Both the NRCC Board and NRCC Administration consist of people with vast experience from Norwegian-Russian trade relations. More information can be found under "Anout NRCC Employees", "About NRCC Board" and "About NRCC Council".

Activities

The Chamber presently offers regular networking events, newsletters, seminars, courses, business delegations, as well as social, cultural and various ad-hoc arrangements. More information can be found under "Events".

Statutes: The Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce shall;

  1. Act as a partner between commerce and industry both in Norway and in the Russian Federation.

  2. Establish and develop contacts and business relations between member companies. Convey and provide know-how about developments in the Russian market to its members. Provide similar services to Russian member companies seeking assistance in the Norwegian market.

  3. Offer services within relevant fields of interest to its members.

  4. Through creativity and engagement, secure the identity of the Chamber and increase the utility value for members.

  5. Refuse any political or ideological activity and have no economical interests beyond covering accrued expenses and outlays.

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NRCC Statutes in Norwegian

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NRCC Statutes in Russian

Read what CEOs of Norwegian and Russian enterprises say about the NRCC

President of Statoil ASA, Torgeir Kydland
“The Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce’s work to strengthen business relations between our two countries has the same long-term perspective as Statoil’s ambitions in Russia. In this respect, it is important to stay updated about the changing market situation, and especially to have continuous contact and exchange of experience with other market players. In this connection, the Chamber represents a constantly growing Norwegian and Russian network, in which both large enterprises and SMEs can establish relations. In our experience, Statoil has benefited greatly from NRCC membership, and, not least, we can contribute our knowledge and experience for the benefit of the business communities in both countries.”

 
CEO of Fiskerstrand AS, Rolf Fiskerstrand
“Fiskerstrand AS has been working with the Russian maritime market since 1999. We have developed a significant commercial relationship with Russia. More than 300 Russian vessels have received various maintenance, conversions and upgrades at our shipyard. As a member of NRCC we are regularly introduced to new potential clients and we aim for further growth in this sector. By using the membership possibilities within various networking arenas, seminars, conferences, delegations and industry cooperation, it has given us the input to understand Russian culture, history and industry even better, - elements that are crucial in order to succeed in Russia. Cross-cultural competence will always be a solid base for any kind of industry cooperation and success.”

 

Former President and CEO of Telenor, Jon F. Baksaas
"Telenor was one of the founders of Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce. We consider Russia to be an important market, and see a clear advantage of a forum for exchange of experience and establishment of contacts. Exchange of knowledge between the companies which are involved in Russia, creates a synergy effects, which both Telenor and others can benefit from. None the less, we see the advantage of the fact that our partners of cooperation can increase their knowledgde about the country and the market where Telenor wishes to be a long-term player."

 
Former Managing Director of Eksportfinans, Gisele Marchand

”Eksportfinans has many years financed various projects in Russia. That's why we know how important it is to have currently updated information about the development in the market. We have also acknowledged that there is a strong need for a meeting place or an arena in Norway where Norwegian and Russian companies and institutions can enrich themselves and others with knowledge. It didn't take long before we applied for the membership in the newly established Chamber of Commerce.”

NRCC Partner Member

KVÆRNER 7x7 

Kværner is a leading provider of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services, and delivers offshore installations and onshore plants for upstream oil and gas production around the world. Kværner ASA, through its subsidiaries and affiliates, is an international contractor and preferred partner for oil and gas operators and other engineering and fabrication contractors. Kvaerner and its approximately 2 800 HSSE-focused and experienced employees are recognised for delivering some of the world's most amazing and demanding projects. Kvaerner’s headquarter is in Oslo, Norway. The company has been active in Russia for many years, and is established with an office in Moscow.

NRCC Partner Member

JOTUN 7x7

The Jotun Group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of paints, coatings and powder coatings.
The group has 70 companies and 38 production facilities on all continents. Including the total network of legal companies, agents, branch offices and distributors Jotun is represented in more than 80 countries. Jotun's operations cover development, production, marketing and sales of various paint systems and products to protect and decorate surfaces in the residential, shipping and industrial markets. In 2010 the Jotun Group had a total sales income of NOK 13 452 million, and has today 7 800 employees.
Headoffice is located in Sandefjord, Norway. In Russia, Jotun is represented through its fully owned company "Jotun Russia", with head-office in St. Petersburg. 

NRCC Partner Member

STATOIL 7x7

Statoil is an international energy company with operations in 30 countries. Building on 40 years of experience from oil and gas production on the Norwegian continental shelf, Statoil is committed to accommodating the world's energy needs in a responsible manner, applying technology and creating innovative business solutions. Since 1972 Statoil have explored, developed and produced oil and gas on the Norwegian continental shelf, where they are a leading operator. T he company is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway with approx. 20,000 employees worldwide.

 

NRCC Partner Member

LUKOIL 7x7

LUKOIL is one of the world's biggest vertically integrated companies for production of crude oil & gas, and their refining into petroleum products and petrochemicals. The company is a leader on Russian and international markets in its core business. LUKOIL currently accounts for 2.1% of the world’s output of crude oil. It has the world’s largest proven oil reserves among privately-owned energy companies and takes 3rd place in terms of oil production. It is the first Russian O&G company prequalified as an operator on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. In 2012, the company established its presence in Norway via LUKOIL Overseas North Shelf AS, which also became a member of the Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce.

NRCC Partner Member

DNV GL 7x7Driven by purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment, DNV GL enables organisations to advance safety and sustainability of their business. The company provides classification, technical assurance, software and independent expert advisory services to the maritime, oil & gas and energy industries, as well as certification services to customers across a wide range of industries. Combining leading technical and operational expertise, risk methodology and in-depth industry knowledge, DNV GL empowers its customers’ decisions and actions with trust and confidence, and continuously invests in research and collaborative innovation to provide customers and society with operational and technological foresight. Operating in more than 100 countries, DNV GL professionals are dedicated to helping customers make the world safer, smarter and greener.

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