The Norwegian Coastal Administration is both user financed and financed over the state budget. Tasks are assigned to the Norwegian Coastal Administration through the state budget and an annual allocation letter is received from the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The Norwegian Coastal Administration is an agency of the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications responsible for services related to maritime safety, maritime infrastructure, transport planning and efficiency, and emergency response to acute pollution.
Emergency and ocean towing put on the agenda
International requirements, collaboration across national frontiers and the need for simulator training held centre stage at an industry meeting on emergency and ocean towing in Tromsø during November.
ACCSEAS Conference in Edinburgh
The second annual conference in the ACCSEAS project will take place in Edinburgh March 4 - 6, 2014. The theme this year is Evolving Navigation in the North Sea Region.
e-navigation workshop held in Chile
The Chilean Maritime Authority (DIRECTEMAR) and the Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) arranged a two day workshop in Valparaiso, Chile, on 21 and 22 October 2013.
Presented the World's First Ship Tunnel at NAV 59
At NAV 59 in September, Director General of the Norwegian Coastal Administration, Kirsti L. Slotsvik, presented the world's first ship tunnel project in Stad, Norway.
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