NTR Conference 2022 Oslo

2022-11-25 | NTR Conference



Wednesday Nov. 9th

15.00 Check in and registration at Hotel Bristol

17:30 Tour of Oslo’s new seafront Bjørvika on foot. We will meet at the reception of Hotel Bristol. Dress according to weather conditions. The tour is rounded off with a visit to the Opera House and the new Munch Museum.

20:00 Dinner at Villa Paradiso restaurant Munch Brygge, just outside the Munch Museum

Thursday Nov. 10th

09.00 – 10.00 Session

Welcome and opening (D1-01)
Anders Grønli, Board member Nordic Wood Preservation Council

Update on NWPC and NTR wood durability quality system (D1-02)
Fredrik Westin, Secretary General, Nordic Wood Preservation Council

The big picture – market status? How has Covid, war and financial uncertainty affected the industry, and what are the forecasts?
(D1-03) Bård Ola Tjønneland, Economist, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise and
(D1-04) Fredrik Gustavson, Södra Wood

Q & A

10.05 – 10.25 Pause

10.25 – 11:45 Session

Quality and durability vs. environmental concerns in a life cycle perspective (D1-05)
Ulrich Hundhausen, Norwegian Institute of Wood Technology

Opportunities and challenges in upgrading waste wood to high quality wooden products (D1-06)
Kristine Nore, SirkTre

Implementation of new BAT/BREF for the treated wood industry. Best practice, challenges and opportunities (D1-07)
Robin Håkansson, Fröberg Lundholm Advokatbyrå

11.45 – 12:00 Pause

12:00 – 13.00 Session

Creosote – R&D and alternative treatments for long lasting service life (D1-08)
Ulrich Hundhausen, Norwegian Institute of Wood Technology

New treatment alternative. CIOL®-treated wood – future and possibilities (D1-09)
Erik Larnøy, NIBIO

Road map – multifunctional wood treatment (D1-10)
Mats Westin, RISE

Product development to meet new market demands (D1-11)
Mona Gran Sukke, Head of Innovation, Bergene Holm

Product development to meet new market demands (D1-12) (Video)
Carsten Løppenthin Møller, Sature

Q & A

13.00– 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 15.30 Session

Development of NTR / NWPC so far and further ahead (D1-13)
Fredrik Westin, Secretary General, Nordic Wood Preservation Council

Standardisation and durability – important standards in progress (D1-14)
Mats Westin, Leader of CEN TC 38 Durability

Suppliers of wood preservatives – development to meet new demands

The Plus – Outdoor furniture maker Vestre is building the world’s most environmentally friendly furniture factory in Norway (D1-18)
Marianne Preus Jacobsen, Vestre

18.00 Three course dinner at Hotel Bristol

Friday Nov. 11th

09.00 – 10.20 Session

Use of wooden solutions for extending life length of buildings – upgrading and on-top concepts (D2-01)
Aasmund Bunkholt, TreFokus

Emerging markets – use of wood in urban seafront projects (D2-02)
Winfried Schaal, Moelven Wood

Outstanding use of wood outdoors – Träskyddspriset (D2-03) (Video)
Fredrik Westin, VD, Svenska Träskyddsföreningen

The architect perspective (D2-04)
Moritz Groba, Oslo Tre

The future of timber bridges (D2-05)
Rune Abrahamsen, Moelven Limtre

10.20 – 10.45 Pause

10.45 – 11.30 Session

Panel debate (D2-06)
Speakers will be announced later

Summary of the conference (D2-07)

11.30 Lunch

12.30 NTR Conference end. Thank you for participating – have a safe journey home