Skeljungur hf.: Chief Financial Officer resigns

Benedikt Ólafsson, Chief Financial Officer, has resigned. Benedikt Ólafsson has worked for the company for almost 4 years. Benedikt sat on the Board of Directors of Skeljungur year 2013 – 2016 before he became the Chief Financial Officer of the company.

Benedikt Ólafsson:

“I would like to thank the board of directors and employees of the company for the time I have worked for Skeljungur, both as a board member and later as an employee. It was both enjoyable and a great learning experience to take part in the listing of Skeljungur and the company’s development after that. I think this is the right time for me to make changes and I wish Skeljungur’s employees all the best in the years to come.”

Árni Pétur Jónsson, CEO of Skeljungur:

“I would like to thank Benedikt for the good work he has done for Skeljungur through the years. Benedikt has played a key role in shaping the company’s strategy and implementation. He led many of the major projects that the company has undertaken and succeeded in its work. I wish Benedikt all the best in the future.”

For further information please contact Árni Pétur Jónsson, CEO,

Skeljungur is an energy company with operations in Iceland and in the Faroe Islands. Skeljungur sells fuel and oil to consumers and businesses in fisheries, agriculture, transportation, aviation and construction under the brands Skeljungur and Orkan. The company also sells fertilizer and other chemical products. In Iceland the Company runs 65 gas stations and 4 oil depots. Magn P/F, Skeljungur´s subsidiary in the Faroe Islands, runs 11 retail and gas-stations and 2 oil depots. Magn also serves and sells oils for house heating to individuals and companies in the Faroe Islands. Skeljungur´s goal is to serve the energy needs of consumers and businesses in an efficient and safe way and in harmony with the environment.