Alstom in Norway

About Us

Alstom in Norway has about 135 employees, working in Alstom's three global sectors, Transport, Power, and Grid. Most of us work from the headquarters in Oslo, but we also have some service depots to ensure fast and easily accessible maintenance and services to our customers across the country.

Within Alstom, the environment is an important focus area. The environmental aspect is taken into account in everything we do and this drive forms the backbone of our company. Equally important is our care for people and our aim to deliver solutions with the next generation's needs and demands in mind. This is how we are shaping our future.

President's MessageEric Staurset

A clean environment is essential to our economic and social development and it is rewarding to be involved in delivering solutions that contribute to this.
Alstom Norway is one of the largest exporters of environmental technology. We have provided environmental systems that prevent acidification of the world. For years we have been the leading supplier of cleaning and recycling plants within the aluminum industry globally. Our unique process that removes SO2 using seawater is used in coal-fired power plants and refineries worldwide.
Alstom is also a world leader in products and services for hydropower generation. In Norway we have delivered over 80% of the country's hydroelectric generators. We serve clients with rehabilitation and new products which means that our customers can produce more electricity from water resources in a more efficient manner. 

As a promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops and markets the most complete range of systems, equipment and services in the railway sector. In Norway, we are working hard to grow and build on our success from our neighboring countries. Our team in Grid offers services and products to utilities and energy-intensive industries across the country with both service and equipment. Our Thermal Services team helps our customers increase efficiency and extend the life of their turbines across the country. 

We focus on our customers and strive daily to exceed the expectations they may have for us as their partner. We see that the planned improvements in infrastructure in Norway, be it in railway, the grid development or increased capacity in hydro and wind power, and the increasing global demand for power and aluminium, will give Alstom in Norway many exciting opportunities in the years ahead.

For me, Alstom is about people. We are a team working together to create better solutions and products that make a difference. It is rewarding to be part of such a team! Together, we are shaping the future.

Eric Staurset
Alstom Norway Country President


Environmental Control Systems

  • Aluar Expansion II Phase 2, Aluminium (Argentina)
  • Ventanas Unit 2, SWFGD (Chile)
  • Dalian I, SWFGD (China)
  • Puttalam, SWFGD (China)
  • Shougang, SWFGD (China)
  • Weihai 3, SWFGD (China)
  • Vasilikos Phase II, SWFGD, Cyprus
  • Nordural Phase 5, Aluminium (Iceland)
  • Aditya-Mahan, Aluminium (India)
  • Jharsuguda Expansion, Aluminium (India)
  • Paiton, SWFGD (Indonesia)
  • Manjung, SWFGD (Malaysia)
  • Tanjung Bin, SWFGD (Malaysia)
  • Sunndalsøra, Aluminium (Norway)
  • Mosjøen Wet Scrubber , SWFGD (Norway)
  • Statoil Mongstad CO2 Capture TVPF, CCS (Norway)
  • KrAZ GTC (Kraz2), Aluminium (Russia)
  • Marafiq Yanbu 5 & 6, SWFGD (Saudi Arabia)
  • Shoaiba Stage III, SWFGD (Saudi Arabia)
  • KUBAL, Prebake Conversion Project, Aluminium (Sweden)
  • Aberthaw (Wales), SWFGD (UK)
  • Kilroot, SWFGD (UK)
  • Longannet, SWFGD (UK)
  • Dubal PL 56 B, Aluminium (United Arab Emirates)
  • DUBAL, DUBAI – POTLINE 1, 2, 3 Rehabilitation (United Arab Emirates)
  • Dubal PL 21 (United Arab Emirates)
  • Dubal PL 43 (United Arab Emirates)
  • Emal Hot Bath, Aluminium (United Arab Emirates)
  • EMAL Pot Feed System (United Arab Emirates)
  • Emirates Aluminium Limited (EMAL), Aluminium (United Arab Emirates)


  • Bagn
  • Eriksdal (Iberica HPR)
  • Jukla/Mauranger
  • Jøssang
  • Tonstad G3
  • Kaggefoss/Mykstufoss (New)
  • Leirdøla
  • Iveland

Thermal Services

  • Norske Skog Skogn
  • Shell Draugen Rotor
  • Aibel/ Shell Draugen
  • KMAS
  • Statoil Kollsnes
  • Karsten Moholt AS /Statoil Snorre
  • Shell Draugen Bearings
  • ABB/Sleipner
  • Karsten Moholt AS/Snorre II
  • Karsten Moholt AS /Statoil Gullfaks
  • Statoil Gullfaks
  • Tizir Tyssedal
  • Norske Skog Electro Filter
  • BIR
  • BKK
  • Södra Cell


  • Bergen Bybane
  • Frame agreement with JBV for supply of point machines
  • Training courses for ERTMS


  • Søral Phase I & II
  • Hydro Karmøy Smelter and VT's
  • Statnett Vågåmo and Sogn
  • Statkraft, Svartisen
  • Jernbaneverket 18 s/s
  • Hafslund Nett As, 145 kV GIS for Akersberget s/s, Ulven s/s, Majorstua s/s
  • Hafslund Nett AS, 145 kV GIS extension for Sagene s/s and Ulven s/s
  • Hafslund Nett, 145 kV GIS Pilestredet s/s (project ongoing)


People and their environment are at the center of our focus. 

To meet growing demand and prevent further global climate change, we seek innovative, sustainable answers. We ensure that every one of our solutions is conceived through a lifecycle design approach: every step of a product’s life - from materials, manufacturing processes and daily operating uses to upkeep and recycling - is taken into account and adapted to sustainability requirements wherever possible.

Each of our three sectors of activity - Power, Grid, and Transport - offers clean, smart and efficient products and solutions based on sustainable technologies, representing Alstom’s main contribution to environmental protection.

Health & Safety

Alstom is committed to providing a safe working environment for employees and sub-contractors. The breadth of our commitment is demonstrated in our Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) policy, which is deployed through our EHS management system, alongside more specific programs designed to ensure health and safety for our employees across the globe. Alstom commits to maintaining and developing a proactive Environment, Health and Safety culture throughout the Group.

Each Alstom entity is responsible for implementing programs and training to achieve best practice in EHS protection.

Our EHS management involves:

  • regularly assessing operations, management systems and procedures 
  • establishing measurement systems to ensure compliance with this policy as well as applicable laws and regulations 
  • communicating with employees, communities, customers and government agencies on EHS issues 
  • considering EHS impact in any change to existing practice