Irene Rummelhoff has since 2018 served as Executive Vice President of Marketing, Midstream and Processing (MMP) at Equinor ASA (international energy company based in Norway) and been a member of the company’s Corporate Executive Committee since 2015. With more than 3600 MMP-employees worldwide, she has the responsibility for flow assurance, processing and marketing of all of Equinor’s products, including marketing of the Norwegian State’s natural gas and crude on the Norwegian continental shelf. This responsibility includes development of the company’s hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) value chains.
Between 2015 and 2018 she served as the Executive Vice President for Equinor’s New Energy Solutions division, reporting to the CEO. In that context she was instrumental in Equinor’s market-leading transition into the renewable energy field, ahead of all the other oil majors. She was tasked with forming a new division and driving the development of the Equinor’s strategy in renewable and alternative energy solutions, whereby she pushed for offshore wind and low carbon solutions such as carbon capture and storage and other related technologies, including hydrogen development.
Throughout her career, Ms. Rummelhoff has held a number of management positions in Equinor (previously Statoil), with the majority having an international focus.
In 2014, Ms. Rummelhoff became an appointed member of the Board of Directors of Norsk Hydro (aluminum and renewable energy producer) and later promoted to Deputy Chair in 2016.
Current Mandates :
- Member of the Board of Directors of Airbus SE