The Future of Carbon Capture in Maryland Conference Review
On November 19 and 20, 2019, energy industry experts from across the country gathered at the Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) in Maryland to discuss the State’s future in carbon capture. Carbon capture utilization and sequestration is the process of capturing CO2 emissions and either transporting to a permanent geological sequestration site, or for use in some industrial process. It is critical for Maryland to understand this technology to reduce our carbon footprint and provide a stable, flexible grid, at reduced cost to ratepayers.
Maryland Energy Administration Director Mary Beth Tung welcomes attendees
Robert Dilmore, PhD, P.E. Research Engineer U.S. DOE, NETL addressing the conference
DOE Carbon Storage Program Tools for Risk Management and CCUS Value Chain Integration presentation by Robert Dilmore, PhD, P.E. Research Engineer U.S. DOE, NETL was too large of a file to upload as a complete PDF, the presentation had to be broken up into three parts to upload, there are a total of 36 slides in Dr. Dilmore’s presentation.
The event was held at the Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS ) and Maritime Conference Center which is a non-profit training center for those in the maritime career field looking to learn, build new skills, and obtain licenses.
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