The Potential of Total Site Integration for Energy Efficiency Development and for the Energy Transition
After studying Chemical-Engineering at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, M. Böhm joined the Central Engineering Department at Bayer AG, in 1997.
Until end of 2003 he worked in multiple investment projects for Bayer’s Plastics Division as Process Engineer and Project Manager, as well as Owner Representative for Bayer in a LSTK Joint-Venture project with DuPont.
In 2004 M. Böhm switched from the Engineering Department into the Process Technology Department of Bayer Technology Services. There he was responsible for the Conceptual Design of new processes for the production of biofuels.
From 2005 to 2010 he held a principal position as Global Isocyanate Specialist for the MDI production process of Bayer MaterialScience. His main areas were process development, IP-management, know-how transfer, trouble-shooting support and project scope development.
In 2010 he relocated to Texas, USA to first lead the process engineering of an investment project and afterwards to take over the unit lead position for the implementation of the project in the Isocyanate Distillation Unit.
Since 2013 he is responsible as Head of Energy Excellence at Covestro for the Global Energy Efficiency Program and energy related topics, like energy regulations and emission trading.