This webinar has now taken place.
Watch this on-demand webinar, where Shell, Glass Futures, and NSG Group (Thermal Battery) explore:
- What are the major hurdles to decarbonise glass?
- What are the necessary contributions of the value chain members to decarbonise glass?
- How can the industry develop a path forward to overcome these challenges?
Daniel Icasiano, Global GM Heavy Manufacturing Decarbonisation, Shell
Daniel leads Shell’s global efforts with heavy manufacturing sector players in achieving their decarbonization goals.
As part of this, Daniel and his team cater to industries such as steel, cement, glass, and heavy equipment manufacturers by planning and implementing viable decarbonisation pathways with solutions enabled by Shell’s portfolio.
Aston Fuller, General Manager, Glass Futures
Aston is the General Manager of Glass Futures and has worked in the glass industry for over 13 years.
He spent 8 years with Ardagh Glass, gaining experience in furnace management, operation, maintenance and capital construction, wider plant engineering and energy management before working with British Glass and GTS on wider cullet recycling research projects, prior to joining Glass Futures.
Barry Fish, Decarbonisation Technology Team Leader, NSG Group
Barry is an Industrial Chemist and Geologist with a background in raw materials and glass compositions. He has worked at NSG Group for 13 years, and in his current role he has a team of 7 scientists who manages all the group’s decarbonisation projects.
Barry personally manages 2 projects: one looking at low-carbon raw materials, the other aiming to increase the amount of recycled glass (cullet) that NSG uses in the glassmaking process.