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UK-Texas CCS Technology and Legislation Seminar
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December 6, 2009 UK-Texas Technology and Legislation Pre-Workshop Event

12:30 pm        Lunch and Workshop with UK – Discussion of UK-Texas Collaborative Opportunities

1:00 pm          Welcome Remarks
Dr. May Akrawi, Consul, Science & Innovation, British Consulate-General

Discussion led by Dr. Mike Stephenson, Head of Energy, British Geological Survey

2:15 pm          Coffee Break

2:30 pm          Discussion led by Dr. Susan Hovorka, Principal Investigator, Bureau of Economic Geology, UT-Austin

4:00 pm          Discussion ends

 

December 7, 2009 UK-Texas Technology and Legislation Seminar

8: 00 am         Breakfast and registration

9:00 am          Welcome Remarks
Dr. May Akrawi, Consul, Science & Innovation, British Consulate-General

9:05 am          UK CCS Panel
Moderated by Dr. Mike Stephenson, Head of Energy, British Geological Survey

  • Dr. Stuart Haszeldine, Prof. of Sedimentary Geology, University of Edinburgh
  • Ian Havercroft, Research Fellow, Environmental Law, University College London
  • Dr. Tara LaForce, Asst. Prof. of Petroleum Engineering, Imperial College London
  • Dr. Jon Gluyas, Prof. of Petroleum Geoscience, University of Durham

 

10:00 am        Coffee Break

10:15 am        Texas CCS Panel
Moderated by Dr. Susan Hovorka, Principal Investigator, Bureau of Economic Geology, UT-Austin

  • Dr. Tip Meckel, Research Assoc., Bureau of Economic Geology, UT-Austin
  • Rebecca Smyth, Project Manager, Bureau of Economic Geology, UT-Austin
  • Dr. Steven Bryant, Assoc. Prof. of Petroleum & Geosciences Engineering, UT-Austin
  • Amy Hardberger, Attorney, Environmental Defense Fund

           
11:15 am        Closing remarks, workshop concludes

 

 

 

 
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