The Carbfix Team
Dr. Edda Sif Pind Aradóttir
Edda is a chemical and reservoir engineer. Prior to taking on her current role, Edda was the project manager for the Carbfix R&D project as well as the head of innovation and strategic planning at Reykjavik Energy.
Dr. Bergur Sigfússon
Head of CO2 Capture and Injection
Bergur is a geochemist. He has yearlong experience in commissioning, operating and monitoring new methods and technologies related to CO2 capture and injection as well as geothermal power plants.
Dr. Kári Helgason
Head of Research & Innovation
Kári is an astrophysicist. He has extensive experience in managing R&I projects and implementing CO2 mineral storage within the power and industry sectors. He is further the lead developer of the interactive Carbfix CO2 mineral storage Atlas.
Dr. Sandra Ósk Snæbjörnsdóttir
Head of CO2 Mineral Storage
Sandra is a geologist. She has extensive experience in overseeing feasibility studies, field site characterization, drilling and monitoring campaigns related to planned and ongoing CO2 injections.
Kristinn Ingi Lárusson
Head of Business Development
Kristinn holds an MBA and a vast business operational background, including extensive experience in business development, financing, investment and banking operations.
Head of Reservoir Engineering
Thomas is a reservoir engineer. He has over ten years’ experience in modelling subsurface (THC) processes in the geothermal energy and CO2 sequestration space. He is further interested in the validation and certification of geological storage of CO2.
EPC Project Management
Nökkvi is a mechanical and energy engineer coming from on R&D at OR. His main field of expertise is mechanical and process design although in the last couple of years his main focus has been project management in R&D projects. He was originally trained as Marine Engineer with experience from various sectors and has designed various machinery and equipment for power plants and other industries.
Magnús Þór Arnarson
EPC Project Management
Magnús is a chemical engineer from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH) and marine engineer from the Technical College in Iceland. For the past fifteen years he has been working on geothermal utilization with the main emphasis on process design and project management. He has experience both in working on experimental projects concerning geothermal gases abatement and utilization and projects on industrial scale.
Ragna Björk Bragadóttir
Innovation Project Management
Ragna Björk is a Sustainable Energy Engineer coming from R&D at OR. Her main field of expertise is Numerical and Reservoir modelling although her main focus has been on Project Management in R&D projects. She was originally trained as a Civil and Environmental Engineer.
At Reykjavik Energy there are:
Dr. Vala Hjörleifsdóttir - Head of Innovation and Strategic Planning
Silja Yraola - Communications & Marketing
Bára Jónsdóttir - Legal Adviser
Ragna Björk Bragadóttir - Engineer and research project manager