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Kjell has a MSc degree (1991) from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim. He has more than 20 years experience from the oil and gas industry.
He has held positions in the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) and Statoil before he was appointed MD of Stålprodukter/Hydralift Moldecrane. Later Kjell was V.P Cranes and Lifting Equipment in National Oilwell Varco.
Max Inge has his formal education from Kristiansund Maritime school within control and process system. He has more than 20 years experience from process industry and oil and gas industry.
He has held several positions within operation management and operation support in Omya, Norske Shell and 2 years as Managing Director at National Oilwell Varco Hjelset. He has for the last years been partner and CEO in TS Group.
Maria holds a BSc in Corporate Finance and has extensive higher education on Master Level within project- and process management.
She has 10 years of experience from the oil & gas industry, mainly from the Crane and Material Handling Equipment manufacturers in Molde in the role of project manager and operations manager.
Roar is MSc (2008) in Business Administration, from Agder University. He has previously worked with business controlling in Axess and has experience with auditing from major audit firms such as EY and KPMG.
Andreas has a Bachelor in Marine Engineering and a MSc. in Marine Technology from NTNU (2008). He has over 11 years' experience from the oil and gas industry.
He has background from Acergy, where he performed hydrodynamic analysis and execution of offshore lifting operations. He has held several positions in National Oilwell Varco as Group Manager Machinery, Product Champion winch systems and Senior Engineer mechanical design og lifting and handling equipment.
Bernt is MSc (1993) in Technical Cybernetics/Control Engineering from NTNU and BSc (1988) in Automation Engineering. He has worked with software for control systems for the oil and gas industry for more than 20 years.
He has deep knowledge of control and safety systems for offshore cranes and lifting systems. He has also participated in the European group who has developed the new coming EN 13852-1 standard for offshore cranes. He has held several leading positions in AS Stålprodukter, Hydralift ASA and National Oilwell Varco.