NETL Director Brian Anderson, Ph.D., and five of the Lab’s leading experts in the development of carbon management strategies and technologies will be featured presenters at the Carbon Capture, Storage & Utilization Virtual Forum on Tuesday, July 27.
The forum will examine the latest technology advances, business models, research findings and real-world applications for capturing, storing and utilizing carbon dioxide (CO2). Utilization of CO2 as a commodity will be explored, as well as transportation to storage sites and injection deep underground into geological strata such as depleted oil and gas reservoirs and deep saline formations. Click here to register for the forum.
Anderson and the NETL experts scheduled to present are advancing critical initiatives to effectively capture and store CO2 derived from power generation and other industrial processes, while transforming CO2 and other carbon-related byproducts and waste streams into valuable products in an efficient, economical and environmentally friendly manner. NETL presenters and their topics are:
Through careful laboratory examinations, numerical modeling, method development and assessment of risk associated with geologic carbon storage, NETL has assisted operators and entities who wish to store large volumes of carbon in subterranean formations. This talk will review some of these accomplishments over the past decade and provide a glimpse into how these tools and processes are being coupled with machine learning to enhance future geologic storage operations efficiencies.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory develops and commercializes advanced technologies that provide clean energy while safeguarding the environment. NETL’s work supports DOE’s mission to ensure America’s security and prosperity by addressing its energy and environmental challenges through transformative science and technology solutions.