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Point Source Carbon Capture

Experimental Verification of Hollow Fiber Module Performance for Flue Gas Separation Using 3D Printing
Victor Kusuma, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Review of Sensors for in Situ Amine Degradation Monitoring in Post-Combustion Carbon Capture
Ruishu Wright, National Energy Technology Laboratory

CO2-Philic Block Copolymers with Intrinsic Microporosity (BCPIMs) for Post Combustion CO2 Capture (SC0020730)
Ravi Prasad and Haiqing Lin, Helios-NRG, LLC

Low Temperature CO2 Capture from an NGCC Flue Gas Using a Magnetically Stabilized, Inductively Heated Fluidized Bed Reactor (SC0022689)
Andrew Tong, Susteon, Inc.

Bench-scale Development of a Transformational Switchable-hydrophilicity Solvent-enabled Absorption Process for Energy-efficient CO2 Capture and Fixation (SC0022734)
Xiansen Li, Thermisoln, LLC

Retrofitting NGCC and PC Power Plants with Carbon Capture Technology (FWP-1022486)
Gregory Hackett, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Techno-economic Analysis of CO2 Capture from Pulp/Paper Plants
Hari Mantripragada, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Optimization of Intensified Liquid-Gas Contactors for CO2 Capture
Debangsu Bhattacharyya, West Virginia University

CFD Simulations for Post-Combustion Carbon Capture
Grigorios Panagakos, Carnegie Mellon University and Yash Girish Shah, National Energy Technlogy Laboratory

Characterization of Solvent/Packing Interaction for Pilot Test of Advanced Solvents
Zhijie Xu, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Polymer Blend Facilitated Transport Membranes for Post-Combustion Carbon Capture
James Baker, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Carbon Dioxide Removal

Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Inverse Engineering Techniques to Optimize Direct Air Capture (DAC) Reactor Configuration
Justin Weber and Ronald Breault, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Porous Polymeric Fiber Sorbents for Direct Air Capture
Ali K. Sekizkardes, Victor Kusuma, Jeffrey T. Culp, Patrick Muldoon, James Hoffman, David Hopkinson and Janice A. Steckel, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Computational Evaluation of Flexible Metal-Organic Frameworks for Capture
Jack Findley, National Energy Technology Laboratory

CO2 Adsorption Enhancement of MOF-808 via Highly Efficient Amine Incorporation
Patrick Muldoon, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Computational Screening & Design of Alkylamine-Functionalized Polymer Sorbents
Surya Prakash Tiwari, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Computational Fluid Dynamics for DAC Reactor Design and Optimization
Hossain Aziz, Bryan Hughes, Subhodeep Banerjee, Mehrdad Shahnam, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Process Modeling and Analysis of a Novel Sorbent Material for Direct Air Capture Applications
Daison Yancy Caballero, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Direct Air Capture of CO2 Using a Robust Synthesized Fibrous Amine-functionalized Matrix (FAM) Sorbent
Qiuming Wang, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Modeling and Structural Optimization of Adsorption-Based Carbon Capture Systems
Mayra Guadalupe Gonzalez Ramirez and Grigorios Panagakos, Carnegie Mellon University

Testbed Capability for Carbon Dioxide Removal Technology Evaluation and Demonstration
Michael Dugas, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Techno Econmic Analysis Development for Enhanced Weatherization and Marine Carbon Dioxide Removal
Sarah Leptinsky, National Energy Technology Laboratory

An Effective Air-Liquid Contactor for CO2 Direct Air Capture Using Aqueous Solvents
Gyoung Gug Jang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Integrated Direct Air Capture and CO2 Conversion with Cogeneration of Hydrogen and Light Olefins
Ali Rownaghi, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Biomass Environmental Analysis in Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage Modeling
Roksana Mahmud and Jorge Izar-Tenorio, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Carbon Transport & Storage

ACT4: PERBAS - Feasibility of Large-Scale Storage in Offshore Basalts (FWP-FP-00015801)
Stanislav Glubokovskikh, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

The ACT 4 SPARSE (Sparse Passive-Active Reservoir Monitoring using Seismic, Electromagnetics, Gravity and Surave Deformation) Project (FWP-FP-00015750)
David Alumbaugh, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Conceptualizing Data Availability and Technical Viability Methods within the Carbon Storage Technical Viability Approach (CS TVA)
Julia Mulhern, Leidos Research Support Team

Linking Basin-scale Geologic Modeling, Well Integrity Characterization, and Dynamic Storage Simulation to NRAP’s Quantitative Risk Assessment Framework
Greg Lackey, Leidos Research Support Team

New Recommendations for Assessing Geomechanical Risk at GCS Sites (AA7060000-80151A)
Delphine Appriou, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Application of NRAP Risk Assessment Tools in the Context of the Bowtie Risk Management Framework (AA7060000-80151A)
Chris F. Brown, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Reservoir Characterization of Ironton and Galesville Sandstones, North-Central Illinois
Zohren Askari, University of Illinois, Illinois State Geological Survey

Pipeline Infrastructure Modeling in the SECARB Region (DE-FE0031830)
Bulbul Ahmmed, Los Alamos National Laboratory

CO2-Brine-Mineral Interactions and Implications for Geologic CO2 Storage
Lauren Beckingham, Auburn University

The Use of ML for Enhanced Fault and Fracture Imaging of the IBDP Passive Seismic Data
Youzuo Lin and Hanchen Wang, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Advancing Subsurface Characterization: Machine Learning-Based Fracture and Baffle Identification in the Illinois Basin Decatur Project
Tim Carr and Ebrahim Fathi, West Virginia University

Generalization of ML-Based Surrogate Models to Dynamic Injection Schedules using transfer Learning
Jared Schuetter, Battelle

Geologic Characterization of the San Juan Basin CarbonSAFE Well (DE-FE0031890)
Dana S. Ulmer-Scholle, NMT/Petroleum Recovery Research Center

Rapid Forecasting of Pressure and Saturation for IBDP Site and Practical Implementation Issues
Seyyed Hosseini, The University of Texas at Austin

Virtual Learning to Support Class VI Permitting
Seyyed Hosseini, The University of Texas at Austin

Reduced Dimensional Representations of Subsurface Properties to Enable Computationally Efficient and Transferable Machine Learning Modeling
Hongsheng Wang, The University of Texas at Austin

Rapid Forecasting of CO2 Plume Migration in Varied Geological and Engineering Scenarios Utilizing Transfer Learning
Siddharth Misra, Texas A&M University

Integrated Machine Learning Models of Event Detection and Source Location Identification for Fault Imaging using Raw Continuous IBDP Microseismic Data
Daniel Lizama, Sandia National Laboratories

Improved Neural Operators for Fast and Accurate Pressure and Saturation Prediction at the IBDP Site
Teeratorn Kadeethum, Sandia National Laboratories

Progressive Learning to Transfer Between Dynamic Systems
Hongkyu Yoon, Sandia National Laboratories

High-Fidelity Simulation of Induced Earthquakes Inform Operational Management Strategies
Kayla Kroll, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Class II to Class VI Operations - Insights from Simulation-Based Investigation of a CO2-EOR to Dedicated Storage Scenario
Guoxiang (Gavin) Liu, National Energy Technology Laboratory

A Modular Multi-Segmented Model for Wellbore Leakage Assessment and Site-Specific Risk Evaluation in Geological Carbon Sequestration
Seunghwan Baek, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Introducing Spatial Heterogeneity in Seismic Forecasts in ORION
Gina-Maria Geffers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Reservoir Modeling and Simulation Study of Carbon Storage Strategies in San Juan Basin, New Mexico (DE-FE0031890)
Jiawei (David) Tu, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

U.S. State-by-State Stratigraphic Test Well Permitting Process for Carbon Storage Projects
Morgan Sawyer, KeyLogic

Deep Learning Derived Seismic Event Catalog Using Surface Sensors for a Carbon Capture & Storage Site in Decatur, Illinois (DE-AC05-00OR22725)
Chengping Chai, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Materials Suitable for CO2 Injection and Monitoring Wells: Assessing the Expansion of US Carbon Storage Infrastructure
Jared Wink, KeyLogic

NETL's Techno-Economic Modeling Resources for Analyzing Decarbonization Strategies using CCUS (89243323CFE00007)
Derek Vikara, KeyLogic

A Framework for Linking Quantitatively Assessed Risks and Costs for Geological Carbon Storage (GCS) to Consider Impact of Contingency Plans at a GCS Site (89243323CFE00007)
Travis Warner, KeyLogic

Critical Mineral Recovery and Carbon Mineralization from Mafic-Ultramafic Formations
Allie Nagurney, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Molecular Scale Mechanisms Behind Carbon Mineralization in Basalt Formations
Emily Nienhuis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Accelerating Carbon Storage Commercialization in Basalt via Reactive Transport Simulation and Stakeholder Engagement
Ruoshi Cao, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Revealing the Structure and Composition of Anthropogenic Carbonates from a Geologic Carbon Storage Demonstration
Nabajit Lahiri, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Metamaterial Contrast Agent Monitoring in Geological Carbon Storage Reservoirs
Quin Miller, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Risk Assessment of Carbon Storage at Potential Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative (MRCI) Sites Using NRAP Open-IAM Component Models (FE0031836)
Sanjay R. Mawalkar, Battelle

Texas-Louisiana Carbon Management Community (FE0032361)
Susan Hovorka, Gulf Coast Carbon Center, Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin

Comparative Economic Analysis of Capture, Transport, and Storage from a CO2 Source Perspective in the Central U.S. (89243323CFE000075)
Alana Sheriff, KeyLogic

Developing CCS in the Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative with Research, Datasets, and Legacy Seismic (DE-FE0031836)
Joel Sminchak, Battelle

Geologic Storage Assessment Review: Focus on Appalachia
Ray Boswell, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Engineering Integrated Sensing, Power, Telemetry, and Data Processing Systems for Complex Subsurface Environments
Xiaoqin Zang and Hyunjun Jung, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Seismic Characterization of the San Juan Basin CarbonSAFE Site
George El-Kaseeh, New Mexico Tech

Advanced ML-Based Computational Approaches for Rapid Forecasting
Alexandre Tartakovsky, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

The San Juan Basin CarbonSAFE's Core and Natural Fracture Analysis Program in Support of the UIC-VI Premit Application (DE-FE0031890)
Jason Heath, Sandia National Laboratories

Machine Learning Based Fracture Network Quantification at the IBDP CO2 Sequestration Site
Abhash Kumar, William Harbert, Guoxiang Liu and Evgeniy Myshaken, NETL Support Contractors

Regional Cost Analysis of Geological Carbon Sequestration in Permian Basin AGI Wells
Jason Heath, Sandia National Laboratories

Managing Carbon Storage Data with a Living Database
Michael Sabbatino, Leidos Research Support Team

3D Field-Scale Geomechanical Modeling of Geological CO2 Storage in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming (DE-FE-0031891)
Tao Bai, University of Wyoming

Laboratory Investigation of Pore Space Utilization with Foam for CO2 Storage at the Wyoming CarbonSAFE Storage Site (De-FE-0031891)
Ying Yu, Center for Economic Geology Research, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming

Williston Basin Associated CO2 Storage Field Laboratory (FE0031694)
Steve Smith, Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota

Serving Carbon Storage Data and Modeling Needs: An Illinois Basin Geomodel
Gabe Creason, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Developing a National Structural Complexity Database for US Saline Basins (FWP-1025007)
Daniel Amrine, Leidos Research Support Team

Managing Carbon Storage Data with a Living Database
Michael Sabbatino, Leidos Research Support Team

Gulf Coast's CO2 Storage Window Societal Constrains (FE0031830/FE0031558)
Ramon Gil-Egui and Jose Ubillus, Gulf Cost Carbon Center, The University of Texas at Austin

Advanced Foundational and Flexible Methods for Fast and High-Fidelity Fluid Flow Predictions
Paul Holcomb, Leidos Research Support Team

Infrastructure Security for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (DE-FE0031836)
Jared Hawkins, Battelle

Lessons Learned in Community Benefits Plans from the Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative (DE-FE0031836)
Joy Frank-Collins and Jared Hawkins, Battelle

Simulated CO2 Storage Efficiency in Sandstone and Carbonate Reservoirs: CO2-SCREEN Tool Upgrade
Evgeniy Myshakin, Battelle Memorial Institute

Committee Machine Applications for Ensemble Predictions at the IBDP
Chung Shih, Leidos Research Support Team

Qualitative Well Integrity Risk Assessment for Carbon Storage in the Gulf of Mexico Depleted Fields (DE-FE0031557)
Brigitte Petras, Battelle Memorial Institute

Geologic CO2 Storage Opportunities in the MRCI Region U.S.A. (DE-FE0031836)
Mark Kelley, Battelle Memorial Institute

Southwest Regional Partnership Phase 1: Characterization (CCS Data Assembly - 2003 to 2005) (DE- FC26-05NT42591)
Ting Xiao, University of Utah

Southwest Regional Partnership Phase 2: Validation (Four Sequestration Demonstration Projects - 2005 to 2013) (DE- FC26-05NT42591)
Ting Xiao, University of Utah

Southwest Regional Partnership Phase 3: Development (Commercial-Scale CCUS - 2008 to 2023) (DE- FC26-05NT42591)
Ting Xiao, University of Utah

Incorporating Feedback between Risk Assessment and Monitoring Strategies: Optimizing Monitoring and Minimizing Risk (NRAP)
Bailian Chen, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Water-Rock Interactions and relative Permeability of Outcrop Analogs of the San Juan Basin CarbonSAFE Reservoir (DE-FOA-0001999)
William Ampomah, New Mexico Tech

Mechanisms of Permeability and Friction Evolution in Faults Affecting Reservoir-caprock Systems: Towards the Development of an Earthquake Cycle ROM including Fluid Pressure and Flow
Yves Guglielmi, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

The Transition from Class II to Class VI Operations: Assessing CO2 Storage and Risk
Mohamed Mehana, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Decision Support for Aquifer Impact Remedial of CO2 and Brine Leakage (NRAP)
Pejman Rosouli, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Estimating the CO2 Leakage Rate during Well Blowouts in Underground Carbon Storage
Pramod Bhuvankar, Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory