Annemarie Manger ‘Head of Joint Team’ Aramis
Annemarie Manger (57) will take up her post as ‘Head of Joint Team’ for the Aramis project on 11 April. In this new position she will manage a combined multidisciplinary team consisting of staff members from TotalEnergies, Shell, Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN) and Gasunie.
Until recently, Annemarie Manger (57) was the Director for Sustainability and Decarbonisation at Tata Steel in IJmuiden where she led the development of its sustainability ambitions. “The Aramis project is a unique public-private partnership: companies with a great deal of knowledge and experience, each one capable of accelerating the energy transition on its own but even more effective as a partnership. Aramis is necessary to meet the Dutch and European 2030 climate targets. This is a great challenge and I’m looking forward to working with the team to achieve this task ”, says Annemarie.
A result-oriented leader who unites her team
Berte Simons (EBN) on behalf of Aramis’s steering group: “In Annemarie we have found an incredibly experienced leader who focuses on results, acts decisively and unites her team. We’re convinced that she’s the right person to take the next steps with Aramis. To achieve this, cooperation with industry, government authorities, other CO2 projects and North Sea partners is essential.”
In addition to Annemarie Manger’s appointment, four team leads have also been assigned to the following roles: James Flynn (project), Willem Punt (asset), Bernard Reith (corporate) and Tom Mathysen (integration).