Leif-Arne Langøy (born 1956) is chairman of the board for DNV GL Group AS and Sparebanken Møre. Mr Langøy has gained senior executive experience from several companies, including as President & CEO of Aker Yards and Aker ASA. Mr Langøy has extensive experience as the chairman of non-executive boards from a number of different industrial companies. Mr Langøy holds M.Sc. in economics from the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway. He holds 194 827 shares in Kværner ASA through a privately owned company, and has no stock options. Mr Langøy is a Norwegian citizen.
Kvaerner results up, dividend proposed12 February 2020
Kvaerner’s results for the fourth quarter and for the full year 2019 ended at planned levels. Operating revenues for the last quarter were NOK 2 789 million for the Field Development segment, where also revenues from joint ventures are included.
Kvaerner aims to grow in new business areas16 September 2019
Kvaerner establishes two new focus areas to grow its operations within both oil and gas projects and in renewable industries.
A small step towards zero emission shipping29 May 2019
A group of six leading Nordic industry companies has, in line with the UN sustainability goals, joined forces to solve a great societal challenge. The initiative is called Zero Emission Energy Distribution at Sea (ZEEDS).
Kværners resultat økte, foreslår utbytte12 February 2020
Kværners resultater for fjerde kvartal og for året 2019 endte på plan. Driftsinntektene for siste kvartal var 2 789 millioner kroner for Field Development segmentet, inkludert inntekter fra joint ventures. Dette er en økning på 58 prosent fra fjerde kvartal 2018, da inntektene var 1 755 millioner kroner. I den siste perioden var EBITDA 105 […]