Lunar mining company establishes permanent presence in Stavanger to access Norway’s expertise in extremely challenging deep sea drilling, extraction and logistics support operations.
Stavanger, Norway: SEC was created for a single purpose—within a decade provide highly energetic rocket propellants and support services in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and on the Moon to jumpstart the New Space economy. Rocket propellants will be derived from the mining and processing of lunar ice into liquid oxygen and hydrogen obtained from some of the harshest operating environments known to man. The lunar polar cold traps–the first being Shackleton Crater–will become home to SEC crews and machines performing their industrial wildcat missions 24/7.
Following a series of highly productive engagements with the Stavanger oil community, SEC announced today the opening of its first office outside the United States to pursue joint technology development for its operations in space. The new office will be located at the Innovation Dock in downtown Stavanger.
Stavanger is one of Europe’s energy capitals, the center of Norway’s oil & gas sector and home to hundreds of companies with technology and operations expertise in deep sea drilling in the North Sea and the Arctic.
Commenting on the opening of the Stavanger office, Dale Tietz, SEC CEO said:
Christian Rangen who will assist SEC's Stavanger office added:
About Innovation Dock
Innovation Dock is an innovation hub for entrepreneurs, innovators and growth companies in Stavanger, Norway. 1300m2 of office, co-working and conference facilities with front row view of the fjords and mountains, located in the most energetic part of Stavanger city center.