CCS Briefing Series 2011

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.

December 2011

Kerr Study Results Announcement

Presented by Carmen Dybwad, IPAC-CO2


November 2011

Putting it All Together: The Real World of Fully Integrated CCS Projects

Presented by Craig Hart, Harvard University


October 2011

Global Status of CCS: 2011 Report by the Global CCS Institute

Presented by Ian Hayhow, Global CCS Institute


Update on Carbon Capture Demonstration Project at W.A. Parrish Generating Station in Thompsons, TX

Dr. Satish Reddy, Fluor Power Systems

Anthony Armpriester, NRG Energy


August 2011

ZEBS Pressurized Oxy-Combustion System for Lower Cost Carbon Capture

Phil Hunt - Vice President & Chief Engineer - Riley Power / Babcock Power Inc.

Xavier Dorai - President & CEO / BTCC

Babcock Thermo Clean Combustion


CCS: Commercially Viable, but a Political Priority?

Joan MacNaughton, Senior Vice President for Power & Environmental Policies

Alstom Power Systems


April 2011

Developments & Initiatives in the Indian Power Sector

Pankaj Bhartiya, General Manager, Center for Power Efficiency & Environmental Protection

NTPC Limited




February 2011

International Performance Assessment Center for Geologic Storage of CO2 (IPAC-CO2)

Carmen Dybwad, CEO

Integrated CO2 Network (ICO2N)

Eric Beynon


Engineered Coal Fuels & Technologies

American Coal Council

Janet Gellici, CEO

MacArthur Energy

Peter Rugg, CEO

River Basin Energy

Diane Wyss, CEO


Ray Sheldon, President & CEO

Taggart Global

Rich Terry, Vice President




January 2011

Implications of New EPA Regulations on the Electric Power Industry (hard copy available upon request)

Steve Fine, Vice President - Environmental Markets Group

ICF International