Former pro soccer player appointed Kvaerner CEO

Norwegian shipbuilder Kvaerner has appointed a new CEO, who comes from a position in the oil company Lundin and has also previously been a professional soccer player.

Karl-Petter Løkken | Photo: Kvaerner

Norway's Kvaerner has a new CEO, who will also take on the title of company president.

The new executive is Karl-Petter Løken, who comes from a position as head of project development in Lundin, Norway. He has previously enjoyed roles in companies such as Statoil and Aker, and has also been a professional soccer player in the past.

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