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Photo Caption: Archived photo captured prior to March 2020
NETL Hosts SEAB Meeting

Photo Caption: Archived photo captured prior to March 2020

Representatives from across industry and government convened July 28 as NETL hosted a virtual meeting of the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board to discuss agency branding.

The meeting, which was the fifth meeting of existing and new members included remarks from Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette and NETL Director Brian Anderson, as well as briefings from the Department of Energy Under Secretaries.

“It was an honor for NETL to host this prestigious Board and benefit from the wide-ranging energy expertise of its members,” said NETL Director Brian Anderson. “NETL’s mission is to develop technology solutions to our nation’s energy challenges and also to help move those technologies into the commercial market. Today’s virtual meeting included valuable insight from across many energy sectors and other industries on how DOE and the national labs can make our nation more prosperous and more secure.”   

The SEAB was established to provide advice and recommendations to the Secretary on the Administration’s energy policies; the Department’s basic and applied research and development activities; economic and national security policy; and other activities as directed by the Secretary.

NETL is a DOE national laboratory that produces technological solutions for America’s energy challenges. From developing creative innovations and efficient energy systems that make coal more competitive, to advancing technologies that enhance oil and natural gas extraction and transmission processes, NETL research is providing breakthroughs and discoveries that support domestic energy initiatives, stimulate a growing economy, and improve the health, safety, and security of all Americans. Highly skilled men and women at NETL’s sites in Albany, Oregon; Anchorage, Alaska; Houston, Texas; Morgantown, West Virginia; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania conduct a broad range of research activities that support DOE’s mission to advance the national, economic, and energy security of the United States.