Board Members

David Mazyck, PhD, CEO, Director of Technology

Dr. Mazyck is a world-leading expert on activated carbon (AC) and its applications including mercury capture. He has developed AC products for the major multinational AC manufacturers and has regularly consulted for them on technical issues. Dr. Mazyck is Chairman of the Activated Carbon Standards Committee for the American Waterworks Association and has developed products for NASA. He is a member of the World Coal Association and an appointee to the United Nations, playing a key role in the efforts to develop a global treaty for mercury. He received his PhD from Penn State University in Environmental Engineering where he also earned a PhD Minor in fuel science.

Matthew Quinn, Chairman

Matthew is a professional investor and company director, and is a major shareholder in Carbonxt Group Limited. He graduated with first class honours in Chemistry and Management Science from Imperial College, London. He went on to join Price Waterhouse and is a qualified Chartered Accountant. Matthew built his career in real estate development and investment, becoming Managing Director of Stockland, Australia’s largest diversified property group (market cap $8bn) from 2000 to 2013. He is now a non-executive director of CSR Limited (ASX listed) and Urban Growth NSW.

Warren Murphy, Managing Director

Warren was Co-Head of the Australian Infrastructure & Project Finance Group and Head of Energy at Babcock & Brown based in the Sydney office. Warren led the development of Babcock & Brown’s energy sector capability in Australia and New Zealand, including the founding of Infigen Energy (and its unlisted predecessor, Global Wind Partners) where he served as a director from inception until June 2009. He was also a director of the ASX listed Alinta Limited and Sydney Gas Limited, as well as the unlisted Coogee Resources Limited.

Warren has led a large number of acquisitions and financings across the energy, resources and infrastructure sectors. Warren led the development of over 2,000 MW of Greenfields power stations and the acquisition of over 3,000 MW of generation.