CCS Briefing Series 2010

As part of its commitment to increasing the understanding of energy issues domestically and internationally, USEA has hosted a series of Technology and Policy Briefings focused upon Carbon Capture & Storage and Clean Energy Systems. These briefings have attracted a diverse audience from industry, government, and academia, and have highlighted developments in the CCS/CES arena related to specific projects, research and development, regulation, funding, and state and local actions.

July 2010

Cost of Meeting Increases in Electricity Demand

L.D. Carter, Consultant

U.S. Carbon Sequestration Council



June 2010

U.S. Department of Energy CCS Initiatives

Mark Ackiewicz, Program Manager, Office of Fossil Energy

U.S. Department of Energy



May 2010

Gasification Can Play a Key Role In Energy Independence

Harry Morehead, Manager, IGCC & Gasification Sales and Marketing, Americas



Air Quality Control - Siemens Carbon Capture Technology

Tony DoVale, President, Environmental Systems & Services




April 2010

Evaluating CO2 Storage Options in the Southeast Region

Southeast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership

Jerry Hill, Senior Technical Advisor, Southern States Energy Board and Technical Coordinator, Southeastern Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership


Update on Results of SECARB Test of Monitoring Large Volume Injection at Cranfield

Susan Hovorka, Senior Research Scientist at the Gulf Coast Carbon Center, Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin



March 2010

Development & Deployment of Carbon Capture & Storage in Alberta

Sandra Locke, Executive Director, Carbon Capture & Storage Development

Government of Alberta



January 2010

Peabody and the Path to 21st Century Coal

Fredrick Palmer, Senior Vice President of Government Relations

Peabody Energy