Approaches for International Collaboration and Financing for CCUS Pilot Projects

This summer, the Carbon Utilization Research Council (CURC) completed a study entitled “Analysis of Options to Overcome Barriers to Unilateral and Multilateral Large-Pilot Projects for Fossil Fuel Based Power Plants Equipped with CCS.”  The purpose of the report was to study innovative options for governments and industry to fund projects that test coal-based power generation and carbon capture, utilization and storage technologies at the large-pilot scale.

Please join CURC and the United States Energy Association (USEA) for a panel discussion that will provide an overview of the key findings of the report and an illustration of current case study examples of international collaboration by industry stakeholders and governments.  Participants in the panel discussion include:

  • Shannon Angielski, Executive Director, Carbon Utilization Research Council
  • John Litynski, United States Department of Energy
  • Frank Morton, National Carbon Capture Center
  • Chris Romans, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America
  • Don Stevenson, Gas Technology Institute


Frank Morton

Director Technology Development, National Carbon Capture Cen
Southern Company

Don Stevenson

Executive Director, R&D
Advanced Energy Systems

Christopher Romans

Senior Manager
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America

Shannon Angielski

Principal, Governmental Affairs, Van Ness Feldman
President, Clean Hydrogen Future Coalition

John T. Litynski

Director for Carbon Transport & Storage
U.S. DOE - Office of Fossil Energy & Carbon Management