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We take your confidence in us very seriously
Without our shareholders, Scandinavian Biogas would never have had the opportunity to develop. Today we have around 300 shareholders. A heartfelt thank you to all of you who believe in us and invest in the company. We hope that you have made note of Scandinavian Biogas’ positive development and that we have your continued confidence in us going forward.
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Matti Vikkula, President and CEO
President and CEO of Scandinavian Biogas since 2011. M.Sc. in Economics from the Helsinki School of Economics. Chairman of iTaito Oy. Previously management group member at telecom operator Elisa, CEO of Saunalahti, partner at PwC Management Consulting and chairman of Efore Oyj.
”We are now seeing a paradigm shift, with the advantages of liquid biogas becoming increasingly apparent for heavy transports and shipping in the Nordic region. Liquid biogas (LBG) is the key to future biogas growth.”
Anna Budzynski, CFO
Employed since 2019. Chief Financial Office at Group level. She is responsible for all financial reporting. Formerly CFO at SRV återvinning AB and OKQ8, she has a Master in Economics obtaibed at Stockholm University.
Michael Wallis Olausson, Director Business Area Sweden
Employed since 2009. Responsible for Business Area Sweden, including customer and business strategies and development of new business opportunities and collaborations. Formerly Lt. Colonel, Swedish Armed Forces, and management consultant at Deloitte. MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics.
Jörgen Ejlertsson, R&D Director
Professor Jörgen Ejlertsson is a co-founder of Scandinavian Biogas Fuels AB and has been active within R&D since then. Previously he worked as process manager at Tekniska verken i linköping AB. M.Sc. in Agriculture from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala and PhD in Environmental Microbiology from Linköping University, where he is a senior lecturer in Water in Nature and Society.
Håvard Wollan, Director Business Area Norway
Employed since 2016. Co-founder and CEO of Biokraft AS. Wollan has over 20 years’ international experience as an entrepreneur, manager, consultant and investor. M.Sc. from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and MBA from Heriot-Watt University.
Kenny Cho, Director Business Area South Korea
Employed since 2011. Responsible for operations and development of business opportunities in South Korea. MBA from CA University.
Göran Persson, Chairman of the board
Chairman of Scandinavian Biogas since November 2009. Prime minister of Sweden 1996–2006, finance minister 1994–96. Persson’s extensive experience covers public affairs, financial markets, mergers & acquisitions, international politics and the EU. Chairman of LKAB, Pegroco Invest AB, Cambio Healthcare Systems AB and Foresto AB.
”Biogas is fueling more and more tanks, as well as minds. Naturally.”
Anders Bengtsson, Board member
Elected to the board 2011. M.Sc. from the Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki. Ahlström has worked for Ahlström Capital since 2010, with overall responsibility for the company’s new cleantech investments. He sits on the boards of three of the company’s fund portfolio companies, including publicly listed Suominen.
Sara Anderson, Board member
Elected to the board 2015. M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Fifteen years’ experience in working with implementation of and increased use of biogas as a vehicle fuel. Anderson works as a consultant and heads the Sustainable Production Processes section at IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute. Prior to that she worked as a consultant at 2050 Consulting and was responsible for fuel and energy strategy at Stockholm Public Transport (SL).
Andreas Ahlström, Board member
Elected to the board 2009. MBA from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA. Twenty years’ experience as CEO of small and mid-sized companies and several years’ experience as management consultant (including at Semcon AB). Board member and partner at BTAB Invest, board member of Diös Fastigheter AB and other publicly listed companies. Bengtsson invests in renewable energy and other companies and sits on the boards of several companies.
David Schelin, Board member
Elected to the board 2017. M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology and Columbia Business School. Serves as board member and advisor to several companies. Former CEO of Ragn-Sells AB and COO of Niscayah Group. Schelin has also held senior positions in the telecom sector, most recently as VP Services for Ericsson in Southeast Asia. CEO of Euromaint Rail since 2017 and chairman of re:newcell ab.
Malin Gustafsson, Board member and Employee representative
Employed 2010. M.Sc. in Technical Biology from Linköping University’s Institute of Technology. Previously worked as process engineer and project manager, and held similar roles, at Affibody AB, Mercatus Engineering AB and Scandinavian GtS AB. Currently Sustainability and Project Manager for Business Area Sweden.
Lars Bengtsson, Board member and Employee representative
Employed 2015. Studied biogas technology at Halmstad University. Background in industrial and municipal wastewater and water treatment operations. Over ten years’ experience in research and testing of anaerobic wastewater treatment and biological decomposition.
Erik Danielsson, Honorary Chairman
Former President and CEO of Pharmacia, is founder of Scandinavian Biogas and was appointed honorary chairman on 26 November 2009.
Danielsson’s experience and drive have contributed significantly to Scandinavian Biogas’s development. He was involved in establishing operations in Sweden and South Korea during his tenure as chairman of the board, and his strong commitment and entrepreneurial spirit were crucial in efforts to move the Company into the next phase in the face of numerous challenges and financial difficulties during the 2008–09 financial crisis.