CO2 Freight Transport Workshop

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The United States Energy Association (USEA), in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management cordially invites you to a workshop on CO2 Freight Transport to be held at USEA’s offices in Washington, D.C. 

The purpose of this workshop is to (1) introduce new initiatives that may lead to large increases in carbon dioxide storage, (2) provide stakeholders the opportunity to discuss current activities regarding the transportation of CO2 and (3) to discuss issues and opportunities that might impact the capacity of the various modes of freight transportation to provide cost effective service as the increase in demand to transport captured CO2 due to recent legislation.  Shared information will be used to inform the development of a report to congress that has been requested on the subject. The legislative text for this request can be found in House Report 117-98 and Senate Report 117-36.


Brad Crabtree

Assistant Secretary
U.S. DOE - Office of Fossil Energy & Carbon Management

Jose Benitez, P.E. Esq.

Director of Carbon Management - Policy & Analysis
U.S. DOE - Office of Fossil Energy & Carbon Management

Sarah Leung

Carbon Transport Program Manager
USDOE - Office of Fossil Energy & Carbon Management

Yevhen "Eugene" Holubnyak

Director - Hydrogen Energy Research Center
University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources

Matt Fry

Senior Policy Manager
Carbon Management Program, Great Plains Institute

Rich Delpizzo

ABS Global Government

Theresa Romanosky

Assistant General Counsel
Association of American Railroads

Ryan Endorf

Office of Transportation Policy at U.S. DOT

Robert "Bob" Starin

Chief of Data, Risk, and Analytics

Michael Carter

Associate Administrator for Environment and Compliance
USDOT, Maritime Administration