By ICN GroupChemical, May 23, 2020

Cepsa appoints Paloma Alonso to head its chemicals division

In her new role, Alonso will also be responsible for the company’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) activities.

Cepsa, Spanish energy and petrochemicals major has appointed Paloma Alonso as head of its chemicals division, effective 15 July 2020.
 
Alonso had worked at Dow for the past 23 years; in her last position at the US chemicals major she was business director for hydrocarbons.
 
In her new role, Alonso will also be responsible for the company’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) activities.
 
The company has recently redesigned its organization into five business units: Exploration & Production, Refining, Chemicals, Sales, and Trading, Gas & Power & Renewables. The new organization will be managed by a team composed of newly-hired executives with extensive international experience in the oil, gas and chemical sectors alongside seasoned Company veterans. The new management team will work with CEO Philippe Boisseau to shape a strategy based on international expansion and the development of new businesses that will drive Cepsa’s transformation and growth in the context of a continuously evolving energy landscape and market environment.
 
When introducing Cepsa’s new management team, Philippe Boisseau highlighted: “With this new and diverse Executive Committee, which brings in complementary talents and expertise, and with the support of all our professionals, we aim to meet the challenges of the energy transition, drive Cepsa's international growth, and expand each of our businesses as well as develop new ones. To achieve these goals, we will optimize our integrated business model, enhance our competitiveness and continue to pursue operational excellence”.

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