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Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage – Challenges and Opportunities Webinar Series (March 2021)




 Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage – Challenges and Opportunities Webinar Series (March 2021)
Climate change is a global challenge. The United States is actively addressing climate change, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and transitioning towards a carbon-neutral economy. Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) is a key strategy in this transition.

This webinar series will provide the fundamental information to understand CCUS, carbon capture technologies, process design, costs and performance, as well as an overview of the U.S. Department of Energy’s and Environmental Protection Agency’s programs, regulations, and policies for CCUS. Expert presenters with multiple years of experience in CCUS and the air pollution control field will also discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with CCUS, from the technology development and policy development perspectives.
Item Number: WEBINAR-103
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Price: $423.00
Member Price: $303.00
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Includes two sessions:

Session 1: Regulatory, Policy & Initiatives (WEBINAR-103a)
Session 2: CCUS Technologies & Commercialization (WEBINAR-103b)

Session 1 Presenters: Lynn Brickett, Carbon Capture Program Manager, U.S. Department of Energy; Steven M. Carpenter, Director, Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute, University of Wyoming; Sarah M. Forbes, Scientist, U.S. Department of Energy; Karen Obenshain, Senior Director, Fuels, Technology & Commercial Policy, Edison Electric Institute (EEI). Session 1 Moderators: Masoud Jahandar Lashaki, Assistant Professor, Florida Atlantic University; Nathan Schindler, Technical Sales Manager, Evonik Corporation.

Session 2 Presenters: Timothy Fout, Chemical Engineer, U.S. Department of Energy; Soheil Khiavi, Founder, Adroitech; Masoud Jahandar Lashaki, Assistant Professor, Florida Atlantic University; Kevin Taylor, Senior Process Engineer, AECOM; David Van Wagener, Senior Process Engineer, AECOM. Session 2 Moderators: Michael Conrardy, GHG and Zero Emissions Technical Practice Group Leader, AECOM; Minh Pham, Consultant.