|Education||PhD structural engineering|
|Alma mater||University of Colorado|
Enger was educated as a structural engineer at the University of Colorado, United States, where he earned Bachelor's, Master's and Doctorate degrees. He worked for Royal Dutch Shell until 1973, after which he moved to Norway to work for Norsk Hydro. He was director of the Oseberg oil field 1982–86, and from then until 1996 was president of the exploration and production division. He was then executive vice president of oil and energy until 1999, when he became executive vice president of Hydro Agri; when this was demerged to create Yara in 2004 he became its CEO. He is also president of the International Fertilizer Industry Association and was chair of Telenor 2003–07.
Arrest and indictment
- E24 (30 June 2008). "Yara-sjefen går" (in Norwegian).
- Yara International. "Management". Retrieved 2008-06-30.