Aquaculture permit for Brennholmen
Trøndelag County Authority grants Kvidul AS an aquaculture permit for land-based production of 10 million smolts and 20,000 tonnes of harvested fish at Brennholmen in Åfjord municipality.
Discharge permit for Brennholmen
Pursuant to the Pollution Act §11, cf. §16, the County Governor in Trøndelag grants permission for the annual production of 10 million smolt and 20,000 tonnes of harvested fish at Brennholmen in Åfjord municipality.
A directed share issue of NOK 3,732,439 is completed.
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority approves the application for an aquaculture permit
The Norwegian Food Safety Authority (Mattilsynet) approves the establishment of a hatchery, fry, nursery and land-based grow out facility for the production of 10 million smolt and 20,000 tonnes of harvested fish on Brennholmen.
The Directorate of Fisheries gives a positive recommendation to the application for an aquaculture permit at Brennholmen
The Directorate of Fisheries assesses that the application for an aquaculture facility at Brennholmen in Åfjord municipality will not entail any significant negative effect on fisheries interests in terms of land use along the routes for intake and discharge lines.
Approval of sea pipelines
Pursuant to the Harbors and Waters Act, the Coastal Administration (Kystverket) approves the establishment of planned sea pipelines for intake and discharge at Brennholmen.
Public inspection and statement from Åfjord municipality
Åfjord municipality defines aquaculture as an important growth industry and has no objections to the establishment of a land-based aquaculture facility on Brennholmen.
A directed share issue of NOK 7,174,700 is completed.
Kvidul applies for an aquaculture permit
Application for an aquaculture permit to produce 20.000 ton salmon and 10 million smolts at Brennholmen is sent to Trøndelag County Municipality.
Kvidul and AquaMaof enter into a framework agreement
The parties enter into a framework agreement on a long-term business relationship for land-based salmon farming to establish a 20,000-ton RAS facility on Brennholmen in the municipality of Åfjord.
Multiconsult AS has been engaged to conduct geotechnical surveys, including seismic surveys, outside of Brennholmen.
A share issue of NOK 13,358,862 arranged by Folkeinvest is completed.
Framework agreement with Stjern Entreprenør AS to be the construction contractor
Kvidul signs a framework agreement with Stjern Entreprenør AS.
Framework agreement with Tore Løkke AS to be the general contractor
Kvidul signs a framework agreement with Tore Løkke AS.
Kvidul signs a contract to acquire Brennholmen
A purchase agreement for Brennholmen is signed with the Åfjord municipality
The zoning plan for Brennholmen was approved
The Åfjord municipal council approves a detailed zoning plan for Brennholmen
NOK 1,000,000 issued
Private placement of NOK 1,000,000 is conducted.
Agreement to acquire land
Kvidul and Åfjord municipality sign a contract to purchase Brennholmen 5058/106/109.
Letter of intent with Åfjord municipality
Kvidul and Åfjord municipality sign a letter of intent to purchase Brennholmen 5058/106/109.
Framework agreement with Norconsult AS
Kvidul signs a framework agreement with Norconsult AS.
Framework agreement with AquaOptima AS
Kvidul signs a framework agreement with RAS supplier AquaOptima. The contract ends in January 2021.
Kvidul AS is founded
The company was established on February 8, 2018, and registered in the Brønnøysund Register on February 16, 2018.
The concept of Kvidul is formed
The families of Stein Roger Dalheim and Idar A Iversen agree to consider salmon farming