NETL will host its first comprehensive annual project review meeting to showcase cutting-edge research under four Office of Fossil Energy research programs aimed at developing novel technological solutions to America’s energy challenges during a weeklong session Aug. 26-30 in Pittsburgh.
The inaugural Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage, and Oil and Gas Technologies Integrated Project Review Meeting, “Addressing the Nation’s Energy Needs Through Technology Innovation,” will be held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. All interested parties are welcome to participate; registration is required.
The meeting offers attendees a valuable opportunity to share in the knowledge and insights gained from more than 200 research projects sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage, and Oil and Natural Gas programs. The agenda will include a mix of plenary, multi-topic breakout and interactive poster sessions to foster discussion and collaboration on key research efforts, both domestic and international. Only publicly available information will be presented.
“This is the first annual meeting hosted by NETL to combine a review of projects from four interrelated Fossil Energy research programs at one location,” NETL Associate Director of Strategic Planning John Wimer said. “It’s a great opportunity for anyone in academia, the research community or private industry, as well as potential investors, because it really gives attendees a chance to take a comprehensive look at DOE’s research projects in strategic areas that will guide America’s energy future. These programs are pursuing critical technologies that will ensure the availability of clean, affordable and reliable fossil energy for the next generation.”
Potential attendees are welcome to register for one day or multiple days, based on their interest in each day’s topics. Click here to register or learn more.