Academically, Anders has his background from Imperial College, London, and the University in Oslo where he graduated in 1995. Since then he has been working in the oil industry and with software development. Anders joined Concedo in 2010 is actively participating in the company's work with existing licenses as well as with the evaluation of and application for new areas.
The rock Anders holds is made up of Upper Cretaceous chalk and was collected on holiday in the Isle of White. The two large bivalve fossils embedded inside the rock specimen tells us of the warm seas full of life that existed at these times. The Upper Cretaceous chalk is one of the most important petroleum reservoirs in the North Sea, and is an exploration target for Concedo in the years to come.