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Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Houston, TX

Hosted by the US-China Energy Center

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM (CDT)

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Event Details

 

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage

& CO2-EOR Technology Exchange

 A DOE FE-China Shenhua Exchange Project Activity

of the US-China Energy Center at West Virginia University

 

in cooperation with the

Texas Carbon Capture and Storage Association

North American Carbon Capture and Storage Association

 

Wednesday, May 30, 2012    *   7:30 am to 4:30 pm

 

 to be held at the

Houston Research Center

of the University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology

and Gulf Coast Carbon Center

 

Working Agenda

 7:30-8:30 Registration and Coffee

 

8:30    Opening comments-Welcome and Overview

Michael Moore, Executive Director, NACCSA, and Vice President of Blue Strategies

8:40    BEG Introductions and Comments

Dr. Susan Hovorka, BEG Senior Research Scientist and lead technical contact for the Gulf Coast Carbon Center

8:50    Welcome by US DOE Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Chuck McConnell

9:10    Greetings from China Shenhua Delegation

Dr. Zhang Wenhui, Director, Coal Production Department, Shenhua Group

Mr. Liu Wei, Business Manager, General Office, Shenhua Group

Mr. Zhang Yi, Vice President, GUOHUA Sanhe Power Generation Co., Ltd.

Mr. Yi Zhigang, Project Manager, Engineering and Technology Management Department, China Shenhua Coal to Liquid and Chemical Corporation Beijing Branch

9:30     Size and Scope of US CO2-EOR and the ROZ and Issues

Steve Melzer, Melzer Consulting and  Board President, TxCCSA

  

10:10   Clean Air Task Force CCUS Efforts

Dr. Frank Chou, International Innovation Manager, CATF

10:30   Networking Break

11:00   Schlumberger and CCUS

Dwight Peters, North American Business Manager, Schlumberger Carbon Services

11:30   Lunch

1:00     Panel

  • Exxon’s LaBarge CO2 capture project--Michael E. Parker, Technical Advisor, Exxon Mobile Production Company
  • Anadarko’s Wyoming CO2-EOR project--Alan Higgins, Vice President, Special Projects, Anadarko Energy Services

2:00 China Shenhua Presentation

2:30     Networking Break

3:00     Panel:

  • Summit Power Group/Texas Clean Energy CCUS Project--Ann Banks, Sr. Vice President, Summit Power Group
  • Denbury Resources CO2-EOR--Michael Blincow, Director, Anthropogenic CO2 Supply

4:00     University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology

Dr. Susan Hovorka, BEG Senior Research Scientist and lead technical contact for the Gulf Coast Carbon Center

4:30     Adjourn and Closing Remarks

  

 Thank You to the BEG and Gulf Coast Carbon Center

for Providing the Facility and Sponsoring Breaks

 

*The US-China Energy Center is a program of the Davis College, Extension Service, and National Rsearch Center for Coal and Energy at West Virginia University. The Houston Open Event is an activity in support of the US DOE Office of Fossil Energy Global Leadership Program.

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