Founded in 2006, Aragon quickly became KANFA Aragon and a member of the KANFA Group of companies, acting as the centre of excellence for gas processing including full responsibility for LNG and Regasification projects. From 2006 until 2016 KANFA Aragon built our reputation as a pioneer and world leader in Floating LNG, while at the same time executing numerous FPSO topsides and Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) projects for the offshore oil and gas market.
In 2016 we began working with Sembcorp Marine, supporting their FLNG projects which led to Sembcorp Marine acquiring a 50% stake in KANFA Aragon in the summer of 2016 from Sevan Marine ASA.
At this point we left the KANFA Group and once again become simply, Aragon.
In 2018 started working with our first hydrogen project, and have since then gain a significant track record of Renewable projects, both within hydrogen, ammonia and CCS-projects. To date transitioning Aragon to become a company delivering sustainable and renewable energy projects is our main strategy.
Aragon Code of Conduct
Aragon is made up of individuals with different background, personalities, and nationalities. What we do and say to each other and to our partners and connections around us determines out ability to succeed together. So, the enclosed Code of Conduct is about how we behave towards each other and the world around us. This is the foundation of our corporate culture and defines the core principles and ethical standards by which we create value in our company.
> 10 Renewable Projects from green hydrogen & ammonia to CCS
> 30 Seperate FLNG Developments
> 10 FPSO Redeployment project
Although Aragon is originally a Norwegian company, our track record is predominantly for international projects, from West Africa, to Offshore Australia, to Brazil, and of course the North Sea.
Our approach enables use to produce quality engineering solutions, executed at globally competitive prices. We have already delivered and can provide the entire spectrum of approaches, whether you need high specification North Sea and NORSOK style solutions or lean and fit for purpose designs for the developing world.
Chairman of the board
Wenche Teigland has 25 years of operational management experience from energy and infrastructure in Norway and internationally from companies such as Aker, Aibel, Gasnor, BKK and Eviny. She has a master in Mechanical Engineering from SDSM&T(1989) and master in Technical management from NTNU(2019). She holds several board positions in state-owned, listed/unlisted and start-up companies.
Mr. Harald Bastiansen
More than 25 years’ experience with company management, project management, engineering management, process engineering, technology development and HAZOP/ HAZID. Multidiscipline technical qualifications with process engineering in particular. Extensive experience within offshore oil and gas, offshore LNG production, Vapour/ VOC recovery and compressor technology. Experience from all phases in a project from concept phase to commissioning and start up at site or offshore. Have more than 15 years’ experience within project and company management including commercial responsibility, technical responsibility, responsibility for personnel, QHSE, project control and cost control. Has been HAZOP/ HAZID Chairman for more than 40 HAZOPs/ HAZIDs.
Mr. Tan Cheng Tat
Mr Tan advises on strategic business decisions, critical risk management issues as well as pre-emptive and remedial measures for Sembcorp Marine Group of companies. His role involves managing the Group’s holistic Enterprise Risk Management programmes; integrating risk management into business processes; and promoting risk awareness culture and ownership throughout the Group’s global operations. With over 30 years of experience in accounting, audit, banking, investors relations, risk management, tax and treasury, Mr Tan joined Sembcorp Marine in 1999. His past appointments include Financial Controller of Jurong Shipyard as well as Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Sembcorp Marine. Mr Tan previously worked in Sembcorp, DBS Bank and Ernst & Young. Mr Tan holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) from the National University of Singapore and is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Mr. Simon Kuik
Reporting to the President & Chief Executive Officer in Sembcorp Marine, Mr Kuik is responsible for the research and development of new products. Prior to his current appointment, Mr Kuik was General Manager (Technology Development and Solutions) at Sembawang Shipyard, where he was in charge of the development and marketing of new products and services, and also the management of the yard’s Quality Control and IT departments. His past appointments at Sembcorp Marine included Quality Manager, General Manager (Engineering) and General Manager (Operations). Mr Kuik has a Bachelor of Engineering in Marine Technology, with first class honours in Naval Architecture, from the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.