News 2021

February 25, 2021: Vanessa Nunez-Lopez gave a plenary session talk during the "XVI Congreso Venezolano de Geofisica" (XVI Venezuelan Congress of Geophysics). The talk was on CCS and what is expected of CCS within the global environmental challenge context.

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February 9, 2021: Kelly Rose and other members of the National Energy Technology Laboratories joined the weekly GCCC staff meeting to discuss machine learning and the geosciences.

 


February 3, 2021: Susan Hovorka gave a talk about the importance of test facilities in geoscience during a webinar titled, "The role of subsurface research labs in delivering net zero: realising the potential of UKGEOS."

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February 3, 2021: Susan Hovorka, Vanessa Nunez-Lopez, Tip Meckel gave a talk during the CO2@UTAustin conference organized by the chemical engineering department at UT.

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January 26, 2021: Tom Ortiz from the Texas General Land Office gave a guest presentation on pressure impacts and permitting during the GCCC staff meeting.

 


January 26, 2021: Katherine Romanak and colleagues published an article in energies titled, "Attitudes on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a Mitigation Technology within the UNFCCC." Read the paper to learn  how CCS and BECCS are perceived by delegates, business, and environmental NGOs alike as well as commentary on developing countries.

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January 21, 2021: Katherine Romanak and Susan Hovorka gave a talk at the AAPG Europe Workshop on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). Find the schedule here.

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January 20, 2021: Alex Bump sat on a panel for the AAPG Europe Workshop in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). The talk was called Exploration for CCS Resources. There was 70 people in the audience for the discussion.

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