About us

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PROFICIENCY

OWNERSHIP

RESPONSIBILITY

TEAMWORK

The people of Skangas

Our people are key to the success of our business. In view of this, we strive to create a working environment for our employees that is professionally and intellectually challenging. Teamwork is one our main values which we seek to employ, both internally and together with our customers. 

Our owners

Gasum (holding 51% of Skangas) is a Finnish expert in natural energy gases. The company imports natural gas to Finland and upgrades natural energy gas. The company transmits and supplies them for energy production, industry, homes, and land and maritime transport. Gasum is owned by the Finnish state (71, and has its head office in Espoo, Finland. Gasum employs more than 300 employees.

Lyse (holding 49% of Skangas) is a Norwegian Group, operating within the fields of electricity generation, distribution and telecommunication. Lyse is owned by 16 municipalities in the Sør-Rogaland district of Norway, and has its head office in Stavanger, Norway. Lyse employs nearly 1,000 people.

 

Latest news


Skangas passes 2,400 days without injuries and accidents

Since we started LNG operations in Risavika in October 2010 and the successive building and operation of our LNG infrastructure in North West Europe until today, we have not had any injuries nor accidents. Over this time period we have successfully d...

11.05.17

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Skangas wins framework agreement for LNG supply

The leading LNG player in the Nordic countries, Skangas has won the framework agreement in a competitive tendering process organized by the Finnish government central purchasing body, Hansel Ltd, and will supply the cleanest marine fuel, liquefied na...

28.04.17

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Kimmo Rahkamo appointed CEO of Skangas

The Skangas Board of Directors has appointed Kimmo Rahkamo, 54, as the company’s new CEO. He will take up his new role on May 15, 2017. Kimmo Rahkamo has been a member of the Skangas Board of Directors since 2014

19.04.17

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