Good morning everybody and welcome to the second quarter presentation for REC. Today we have an agenda. As we can see here from the slide, start with an market update and operational review. Thereafter, we have Tore Torvund here, who as you know, most of you, is in-charge of our silicon business in the U.S. An important part, very important part of the overall REC business, after having invested about $2 billion over there. He will update us on the development in Moses Lake as well as in Butte. Thereafter, Bjørn, as normal will take us through the financials, and we will finish off by some remarks regarding how we see the outlook for the company. Let us then start with the highlights. And let me start by stating that I think the second quarter was a relatively positive quarter for REC. I say, relatively positive, meaning that in absolute terms the results of course are far from satisfactory, but compared to the results of the last quarters, I do still think that the second quarter was quite positive. It was positive because we do now see that operations are improving in all units. We see the results of the efforts and endeavors we have made over some time to improve operation by our operational excellence. We are definitely working hard to change the industrial culture of the company, striving for continuous improvement by much more systemic methodology throughout the organization. We do see this now starting to pay off.