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CarbonX Virtual Series Webinar One – “The Future of Carbon: Conversion Engineering”

WHEN
June 23 / 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
06/23/20 2:00 PM 06/23/20 3:30 PM America/New_York CarbonX Virtual Series Webinar One – “The Future of Carbon: Conversion Engineering” United States

While industry is facing an ever-increasing demand for energy, and consumers are becoming more carbon-conscious, there is a growing need for low-carbon power production that optimizes environmental performance while minimizing waste. These are goals that energy conversion engineering (ECE) can achieve.

This webinar will highlight groundbreaking advances in ECE, including the production of clean, affordable transportation fuels from direct CO2 air capture and high-value products derived from natural gas and coal.

Please email InnovationXLab@netl.doe.gov to receive an appointment invitation. Attendance is free and we welcome you to forward information on the webinar to your colleagues.

Agenda

2:00 – 2:08 pm | Greeting & Opening Remarks from NETL
Brian Anderson, Director, NETL

2:08 – 2:10 pm | Greeting & Welcome Charge from DOE
The Honorable Mark Menezes, Under Secretary of Energy, DOE

2:10 – 2:12 pm | Commercial Break

2:12 – 2:13 pm | Introduction of Steve Oldham
Brian Anderson, Director, NETL

2:13 – 2:33 pm | Direct Air Capture
Steve Oldham, CEO, Carbon Engineering

2:33 – 2:35 pm | Commercial Break

2:35 – 2:36 pm | Introduction of Vijay Swarup
Brian Anderson, Director, NETL

2:36 – 2:56 pm | High-Value Products from Natural Gas
Vijay Swarup, VP of Research & Development, ExxonMobil

2:56 – 3:01 pm | Commercial Break

3:01 – 3:02 pm | Introduction of Randy Atkins
Brian Anderson, Director, NETL

3:02 – 3:22 pm | High-Value Products from Coal
Randall Atkins, CEO, Ramaco Coal

3:22 – 3:24 pm | Commercial Break

3:24 – 3:29 pm | Highlight Recap & DOE Opportunities
Conner Prochaska, Chief Commercialization Officer and Director, Office of Technology Transition, DOE
Brian Anderson, Director of NETL

3:29 – 3:30 pm | Closing Remarks Brian Anderson, Director of NETL
Brian Anderson, Director, NETL

Event Cost: 
Free