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September 2021 Edition of Carbon Capture Newsletter Now Available

Learn about the latest developments in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)/NETL Carbon Capture Program in this month’s edition of the Carbon Capture Newsletter.

The DOE/NETL Carbon Capture Program is developing the next generation of advanced carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technologies that can provide step-change reductions in both cost and energy requirements as compared to currently available technologies.

The Carbon Capture Program focuses on the broad portfolio of projects, including post- and pre-combustion capture to reduce carbon emissions across a wide spectrum of industries. Other focus areas include carbon-based power generation and negative emissions technologies such as direct capture of CO2 from the atmosphere and bioenergy with carbon capture.

Information featured in this month’s edition includes:

  • Agendas and highlights from presentations made by experts in carbon capture, utilization and storage during NETL’s recent 2021 Carbon Management and Oil and Gas Research Project Review Meeting.
  • Project funding selections that will focus on research to reduce costs that impede direct air capture deployment while increasing operational efficiency to ensure that the removal process is carbon-negative.
  • A listing of U.S. and international events to be held this fall to showcase innovations across the energy landscape.
  • Efforts undertaken by the National Carbon Capture Center to support carbon utilization technology.
  • Links to recently published journal articles and reports.

Click here to review previous editions of the newsletter.

NETL is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory that drives innovation and delivers technological solutions for an environmentally sustainable and prosperous energy future. By leveraging its world-class talent and research facilities, NETL is ensuring affordable, abundant and reliable energy that drives a robust economy and national security, while developing technologies to manage carbon across the full life cycle, enabling environmental sustainability for all Americans.