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Story and Milestones
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.
- Onshore LNG
- Oil & Gas
- > 20 Seperate FLNG Developments
- 7 FPSO Topsides in Operation or Construction
- Floating, Gravity Based Structures & Fixed Platform Applications
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,
Tor Lars Onarheim
Chairman of the board
Lawyer and Partner
Advokatfirmaet Harris DA
Mr. Onarheim is an experienced lawyer within industrial technology and trade and has a long track record as a board member for various companies. Mr. Onarheim’s expertise covers the area of contracts, intellectual property and competition law with a focus on suppliers of goods and services to the oil and gas industry on the Norwegian continental shelf and internationally. He has a strong experience with negotiations internationally and assessment and drafting agreements for deliveries, licensing and cooperation.
With more than 22 years of experience from Oil and Gas Industry focusing predominantly on offshore projects. The last 17 years mainly working with project management within offshore oil and gas and FLNG projects for a range of clients across the globe. Mr Hodneland has extensive experience from all phases from concept through FEED, detailed engineering, fabrication, commissioning and start-up, and is currently Aragon’s Project Director.
Chan Boon Siong
Chief Risk Officer
Mr Chan reports to the President & Chief Executive Officer in Sembcorp Marine. He is responsible for the planning, development and implementation of risk management across Sembcorp Marine’s global operations. Mr Chan joined Sembcorp Marine in December 2015, bringing with him over 30 years of experience in credit and transaction underwriting; risk analytics; asset and portfolio management; regulatory compliance; and customer relationship management. He was previously Chief Risk Officer at Transportation Partners Pte Ltd and Senior Vice President & Asia Pacific Risk Manager at GE Capital Aviation Services. Prior to these roles, Mr Chan held customer relationship management and risk management positions in the banking and finance industry, having worked for HSBC, OCBC and Banque Indosuez. Mr Chan holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours, 2nd upper) from the National University of Singapore.
Head of Research & Development
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.