Oil and Gas
Oil & Gas

KANFA has served the FPSO market for decades and can assist with all your topside requirements.

Offshore emissions
Reducing Offshore Emissions

Combined cycle solutions to Offshore CCS and Green Offshore Hydrogen, KANFA can be your partner of choice.

Onshore carbon
Onshore Carbon Capture

With over 10 years of experience and access to the best proven technologies, KANFA provide compact solutions to eliminate your CO2 emissions

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WtE and Onshore CCS Area Manager, Johnny Stuen, has yet again been a guest at Polyteknisk Forening’s podcast «Polypod». Have a listen! (content in Norwegian)

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What we do

Carbon Capture

Standardised and modularised process solutions for onshore and offshore carbon capture, treatment, and liquefaction.

With 10 years of carbon capture experience, we provide a complete system to cut your CO2 emissions.


Solutions for onshore and offshore blue and green hydrogen production, as well as other hydrogen derivatives.

Built on a long process and offshore experience in KANFA combined with high hydrogen competency in our parent company Technip Energies.

Oil & Gas

20 years of experience with global offshore oil and gas process design, fabrication and integration for newbuilt and re-deployment projects.

Cost competitive and short delivery time, without compromising on quality.

Our people

We have a passion for process and project execution that result in a drive to ensure optimal solutions with high quality delivered on time.


We act responsible, always considering our impact on the planet, people, and communities where we live and work.

Execution Model

Monetary engineering through extensive market knowledge combined with multi-discipline experience, a flexible organisation, and empowered employees.

In 24 weeks, KANFA designed and delivered a CE certified Pilot CO2 Capture Plant to Fortum Oslo Varme waste-to-energy plant. It is an amine absorption process and is designed to capture 2000 tons of COannually.

The next step is a full-scale plant at Klemetsrud in collaboration with Technip Energies, which will be designed for an annual capture of 400 000 tons of CO2  per year, the largest COemission source in Oslo.