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Our Story

Marine Environmental protection solutions and renewables energy projects are in our DNA. Our founding team is behind some amazing “industry firsts”. From protecting the global oceans and marine habitats from industrial catastrophes like oil spills from crude oil tankers, oil platform blow-outs and the aftermath of operation Desert Storm in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, via the establishment of Norway's first offshore windturbine and foundation transportation and installation company WindCarrier (now part of Bonheur listed on Oslo Stock Exchange).  H2Carrier stands on the shoulders of a dynamic and forward leaning team with global ambitions for next generation fuels, energy production & storage technologies.

From our team's varied and extensive experience from all areas of maritime business, oil and gas industry, on-shore wind technology and business development, fertilizer and ammonia trading industry as well as electrolysis technology development and investment banking: we are uniquely positioned with the right skill-sets to combine cross-industrial knowledge in order to develop a "market first" green ammonia production infrastructure tool.

The key to producing the world's most affordable and cost effective green ammonia lies in sourcing the cheapest possible renewable energy.

The P2XFloater with it's all-in-one production, storage and off-loading system can be located adjacent to any near shore wind, solar or hydro power production facility.

H2Carrier can supply clients with a solution to bring off-grid renewables to the global markets.

Key advantages of floating production vs. onshore production

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Our P2XFloater™ facility is available for clients with various requirements, from the upstream power producers, enabling their renewables electricity to be converted to a tradable commodity, to the downstream ammonia users and commodity/fuel traders who can procure eAmmonia at manifold or delivered to their terminal of choice. Our goal is to offer our clients secure supply of eAmmonia with fixed and stable long-term pricing.


The first step of understanding the relevance of the P2XFloater™ is to engage with our business development team to discover how we can assist your project and requirements. Via our bespoke techno commercial project platform called P2XNemo we engage with our clients to develop optimal operating models including calculate project economics via our array of Feasibility Studies, Scoping Reports, pre-FEED and full FEED models.

The Team



Mårten Lunde
Chief Executive Officer

Mårten is a former CEO of HydrogenPro, an electrolyser company, primarily based on high pressure alkaline equipment. Prior to this, Mr. Lunde held several positions as CFO and CEO within the shipping and offshore industries. He had various positions within Fred-Olsen related companies and was CFO of Bonheur and CEO for Fred.Olsen Production providing offshore floating production services for international oil and gas clients globally.  Mr. Lunde was also CEO of Troms Offshore Supply which was owned by HitecVision and later sold to  US based Tidewater Inc. 


Sebastian Kihle

Chief Technology Officer

Sebastian leads H2Carrier’s technology development and assessment. Sebastian has written his Masters thesis on hydrogen electrolyzer optimization, developing a new cloud sensor for short term solar power forecast together with NEL.

MSc in Environmental physics and renewable energy  with specialization in energy physics, programming and machine learning from Norwegian University of Life Sciences.


Raymond Bjøntegård

Chief Operating Officer

Raymond is head of projects at H2Carrier. He has experience from air freight and municipal sector and has had a keen eye on the development of the hydrogen economy for years.
BSc in Renewable Energy from Norwegian University of Life Sciences, with specialization within circular economy and resource assessment and awarded with a student innovation prize by Avfall Norge for a battery recycling concept.


Ove Tideman Rylandsholm

Head of Marine Operations

Ove has been working with project development and project management in the Fred. Olsen group for 25 years. He is specialised in jack-up’s, installation of offshore wind turbines, FPSO conversions, FPSO mooring systems and installation. He has a proven track record in innovation, and he has been successful in turning vision into reality. MSc Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from NTNU in Trondheim.


Michael Peder Kristensen

Chief Commercial Officer

Michael Kristensen has worked 30 years across the maritime sector in different positions within shipping and offshore. Michael has worked +20 years in different countries in Latin America, US and Singapore for J. Lauritzen, NYK and later for Axis Offshore where he served 5 years as COO before it was sold by Hitecvision to Prosafe in 2017. Michael holds a B. Sc. in Economics from the University of Copenhagen and an Executive-MBA from IMD.

Board of Directors


Aksel O. Hillestad
Chairman of the board

Aksel is a lawyer and a former partner in Arntzen de Besche lawfirm, where his main practice was general business law and insolvency. He was admitted to the supreme court in 1994. From 2012 he acted for some years as CJO of Nortura SA, Norway’s largest meat producer. Aksel has extensive experience as board member, among them in Elkjøp ASA and Fred Olsen Energy ASA (later Dolphin Drilling ASA). 


Christian Blom

Board Member

Wide experience from ESG companies such as Scatec Solar,  Gransolar,  Think and Terramar in various leadership roles as Business Development Director, EVP Solutions and SVP Operations & Supply Chain. Listed Kyoto Heat Storage as CEO with USD 50mm market cap (OSE:Kyoto).
MSc Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from NTNU in Trondheim and an MBA from BI.


Frederik Colban-Andersen
Board Member

Frederik has over 20 years experience as shipbroker in offshore oil & gas markets and for the last decade as head of renewables at the world's leading maritime investment bank and shipbrokering house Clarksons Platou.
MSc in Maritime Business from Plymouth University.


Line Amlund Hagen
Board Member

Line is the Managing Director at International Centre for Hydropower, an organisation providing capacity building to the energy industry. Ms. Amlund Hagen has a thorough knowledge of the energy industry and the political framework in which it operates and an extensive industry experience, both from governmental and private organisations. Ms. Amlund Hagen holds an MSc in electrical engineering from NTNU.


Sindre Utne
Board Member

Sindre presently works as the CEO and Managing Director of Autronica Fire & Security AS. Prior to this role Sindre was the COO of the electrolyser OEM company HydrogenPro. Sindre has also worked for a period of 7 years for Wärtsilä in various positions including the role as General Manager Power & Energy Management Systems.



John Bruun Andersen

John pioneered the first global marine environmental and anti pollution company, Nordan, which became a leading environmental ship salvage company. John founded WindCarrier, the world’s first dedicated offshore wind turbine installation vessel company. WindCarrier was successfully divested to Fred Olsen and is today a global market leader in the offshore wind turbine market.
Master Mariner from Fanø Navigations School Denmark. 


Erik Bugten Alsaker

Erik acted as H2Carrier's Interim-CEO and has background from offshore project advisory at Astrup Fearnley and Arctic Securities in Oslo and Houston. Currently business development manager at Altera Infrastructure. MSc in Shipping Finance from Sir John Cass Business School in London.

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