As Eastman’s Technology Manager for Decarbonization, Greg’s mission is to develop resilient decarbonization pathways, informed by an understanding of the current and projected techno-economic viability of a comprehensive suite of greenhouse gas reducing technologies. He leads teams in efforts to discover, evaluate, and prioritize decarbonization solutions, enabling Eastman’s commitment to reduce Scope 1&2 GHGs by one third by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
Prior to his current role, Greg led Eastman’s Process Design & Optimization group, which is responsible for creating and analyzing process concepts for both new designs and the improvement of existing assets. Greg has also served as Acetyls Licensing Technology Manager, working with cross-functional teams to license Eastman’s technology around the world. This role allowed him to enjoy brief working experiences in Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and India.
Greg began his career in Process Engineering, where his technical contribution was concentrated in process simulation and synthesis. He holds two US Patents.