Sector News

Borealis appoints Mirjam Mayer as Vice President Circular Economy Solutions

February 4, 2024
Energy & Chemical Value Chain

Borealis has appointed Mirjam Mayer as vice president Circular Economy Solutions, effective Jan. 1, 2024.

Mayer joined Borealis in 2020 in the role of director Strategy & Growth Portfolio. Since 2022, she held the role of vice president Polyolefins Transformation where she was responsible for developing and leading the business portfolio of Borealis Polyolefins, Circular Economy Solutions and Innovations & Technology initiatives. Prior to Borealis she was a consultant at McKinsey for several years, based in Germany, India, the US and Austria.

Mayer, a German citizen, holds a postdoctoral degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, US, and a PhD in Biochemistry/Biophysics from the Max Planck Research School and University of Technology in Dresden, Germany.


comments closed

Related News

February 25, 2024

Antwerp Declaration for a European Industrial Deal: industry leaders call for 10 urgent actions to restore competitiveness and keep good jobs in Europe

Energy & Chemical Value Chain

During a European Industry Summit held on the site of BASF in Antwerp, leaders from basic industry sectors, representing 7.8 million workers in Europe, joined forces with European trade unions and European leaders to address pressing concerns regarding Europe’s industrial landscape.

February 25, 2024

Blue hydrogen could contribute 50% more to global warming than fossil fuels

Energy & Chemical Value Chain

The use of blue or low-carbon hydrogen, made from natural gas with carbon capture and storage (CCS), could increase near-term global warming by 50% compared with burning fossil fuels directly for energy if emissions are not properly managed, according to a new study by NGO the US Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and the University of Arizona.

February 25, 2024

EU approves €6.9 Billion state aid for 33 hydrogen projects

Energy & Chemical Value Chain

In a move to improve the supply of renewable hydrogen and thus reduce dependence on natural gas and contribute to achieving the objectives of the European Green Deal and the REPowerEU plan, the EU Commission has approved a third Important project of common European interest (IPCEI) to support hydrogen infrastructure.

How can we help you?

We're easy to reach