Carbon Management Technology Conference 2017 (CMTC 2017)
The Call for Abstracts is now OPEN
Submit your abstract by March 31, 2017.
Note: If you present your accepted abstract (oral or poster) at the conference, you will also have an opportunity to submit a full manuscript to be published in OnePetro. Your abstract will also be included in the program book and post-conference proceedings.
The 2017 Carbon Management Technology Conference (CMTC 2017) will focus on carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies that provide options for lowering greenhouse gas emissions while maintaining fuel diversity for sustainable growth. CMTC 2017 provides an unbiased platform to present information on carbon management solutions for continued energy and economic growth.
|The Carbon Management Technology Conference 2017 (CMTC 2017) builds on CMTC 2015 that attracted over 200 speakers and attendees from 16 countries, of which, 54% were from industry, 34% from academia/research organization and 12% from numerous governments. CMTC 2017 will build on this success by presenting insights and lessons learned on the requirements for carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) deployment and the technologies proposed for a modern energy infrastructure that maintains fuel diversity for sustainable growth, while addressing climate change. This international conference is unique in its focus on current industry CCUS options being demonstrated at large-scale while providing insights into the next generation of innovation by leading researchers world-wide. The technology nexus of industry and researchers with a common goal of meeting 2050 forecasts requiring global CCUS deployment to achieve 2DS makes this a must attend conference. We look forward to seeing you in Houston.|
- Carbon Capture (Transformational and 2nd Generation)
- Storage / EOR
- Monitoring and Characterization Protocols and Technologies
- Carbon Utilization
- Demonstration / Pilot Scale Projects
- Industry and Energy Sector CCUS Projects
- Environmental Investigations
- Economic Analysis and Modeling
- Laboratory Investigations
- Risk Assessment
- Sustainability Options to Climate Change
- Energy-Water Nexus
- Business / Financial Approaches
- Policy / Legislation / Permitting Approaches
- Country / Regional Climate Change
Bill is the CEO of NET Power, LLC, which is working with Exelon and CB&I to commercialize a technology that will allow the world to meet its climate targets without having to pay more for electricity. Known as the Allam Cycle, the technology produces electricity from fossil fuels (including natural gas) at a cost comparable to existing technologies, while, at no additional cost, capturing all of the carbon dioxide and other atmospheric emissions. Bill is also the cofounder of 8 Rivers Capital, LLC, the inventor of the Allam Cycle. Focusing on energy, telecom, water and space launch...Read more
Dr. Carpenter is a seasoned executive with 30+ years of experience in the energy, mining, international, and federal contracting industry. He is an internationally recognized Subject Matter Expert on Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), climate change, carbon, and risk management issues. Dr. Carpenter’s clientele include numerous confidential commercial clients, EPA, DOE, DOD, USACE, USAID, USTDA, the International Performance Assessment Centre for Geologic Storage of CO2 (IPAC-CO2), Canadian Standards Association (CSA), International Standards Organization (ISO), the Interstate Oil & Gas...Read more
Jeff is the General Manager for the Americas region of the Global CCS Institute. He has overall responsibility for the Institute’s activities in the region, and leads a team of seven specialists engaged in all aspects of carbon capture and storage. Prior to joining the Institute, Jeff served in senior leadership positions at the non-profit Carbon War Room and the consultancy SustainAbility, where he worked on market-based solutions to climate change. He spent 14 years at Mobil Oil and ExxonMobil Corporation, where he was responsible for projects and programs in multiple engineering...Read more
José Figueroa is the Carbon Capture Coordinator and Senior Project Manager supporting the U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) Carbon Capture Program, where he promotes the integration of research and business needs to meet programmatic requirements. He has over 24 years of experience in the power generation industry spanning both the private and public sector. His experiences range from commercial scale construction and demonstration projects to management of breakthrough concept R&D projects. He has been a member of the DOE NETL Carbon Sequestration Strategy Team...Read more
Janet Gellici (gel-lee-cee), CAE, is Chief Executive Officer of the National Coal Council (NCC). The NCC is an Advisory Committee to the U.S. Secretary of Energy, providing advice and recommendations to the Secretary on general policy matters relating to coal and the coal industry.
Prior to joining the NCC in May 2013, Gellici served as Chief Executive Officer of the American Coal Council (ACC). Gellici served as Communications Director of the Colorado School of Mines’ Management Institute and as Public Information Director of the Western Governors’ Association. Gellici also...Read more
George Koperna is a Vice President and Reservoir Engineering Manager with Advanced Resources International, Inc. In this capacity, Mr. Koperna oversees an interdisciplinary team of geologists, engineers, and economists. He has over 20 years of experience in evaluating subsurface reservoirs for the purposes of field development optimization, improved and enhanced recovery projects, as well as carbon storage applications.
He received his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from West Virginia University and currently serves as the Chairperson of the Society of...Read more
Dr. Anthony Ku is the Director of Advanced Technologies at the National Institute of Clean and low-carbon Energy (NICE), the research division of Shenhua Group. In this role, he is responsible for R&D addressing Shenhua’s strategic challenges related to carbon management and air pollution, operational efficiency, and long-term sustainability. He is currently developing partnerships to accelerate the commercialization of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies in China, and building a team to apply data science to reduce emissions from power generation.