The Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage Conference Announces 2018 Agenda

The Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage Conference is pleased to announce its agenda for its 2018 Conference, taking place March 19-22, 2018 in Nashville, TN. Session topics include carbon capture policy, major CCUS projects, CCS as a bipartisan issue and CCS from a global perspective.

The CCUS Conference gives attendees access to hundreds of CCS/CCUS and ghg reduction technologies decision makers from more than 18 countries. Though more than 100 technical session presentations and posters, attendees receive in-depth updates on existing projects, efforts, experiments and case studies both in the U.S. and abroad. This Conference brings together carbon capture and GHG reduction technology decision-makers, scientists, and government officials to network, get high-level strategic updates, hear case studies on emerging technologies and connect on research in the industry to advance this important technology.

Throughout three days of conference sessions and networking events, hundreds of attendees will participate in discussions during technical sessions, keynote presentations and poster presentations including:

  •     Carbon Capture Test Centers: Bringing the Lab to Life

o    John Northington, Director, National Carbon Capture Center, Southern Company

o    Jason Begger, Executive Director, Wyoming Infrastructure Authority

  •     Updates from North America’s Major Projects

o    Tim Thomas, Vice President, Environmental and Chemical Plant Division, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America

o    Landon Lunsford, Engineering and Project Execution Manager, Southern Company Services

o    Erik Nickel, Senior Project Manager, Petroleum Technology Research Centre

  •     From Milestones to Momentum: Carbon Capture Policy in 2018

o    Fatima Ahmad, Solutions Fellow, C2ES

  •     CCS Policy Parity: Mechanisms to Overcome the Disparity

o    Barry Worthington, Executive Director, United States Energy Association

  •     CarbonSAFE: Leading the Way in U.S. Carbon Storage R&D

o    Wesley Park, Principal Geologist, Energy & Environmental Research Center

o    Lydia Cumming, Project Manager, Battelle

o    Andrew Duguid, Director, Battelle

o    Neeraj Gupta, Battelle Fellow/Senior Research Leader, Battelle

o    Tom Moore, Research Scientist, Carbon Management…

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