Baudouin Kelecom (born 1957, Liège) is the Environment and Regulatory support manager for ExxonMobil outside of the Americas.
Baudouin Kelecom studied civil engineering at Liège University where he graduated in 1981. From 1981 to 1982, he followed a post graduate civil engineering course in industrial management at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
He started his career in 1984 as an Investment Analyst at Esso Chemicals in Brussels, then the chemical branch of Exxon Corporation. He then went on to hold a series of posts in Exxon Chemical, including a role at Exxon’s Research Centre in Abingdon, UK and senior positions in Marketing in the Middle East and Africa,
as well as in France and the Benelux. Subsequently he held senior management positions in European product management and European manufacturing.
In 1998 Baudouin Kelecom became Public Affairs Manager Europe Middle East and Africa at the time of the ExxonMobil merger and in 2004 he became Executive Corporate Advisor on energy policies and advanced fuels.
In 2008 he became Fuels Executive Refinery & Supply Planning for Europe, Middle East Africa and Asia until 2015, when he moved into his current position.
In 2017 he became the CEFIC Responsible Care™ Rejuvenation group chair, and in 2018 he was named Responsible Care™ chair for the International Chemistry Council Association.
Baudouin is Belgian and is married with three children.
Regional Environmental & Regulatory Manager, ExxonMobil and
Chair, ICCA Responsible Care Leadership Group