On Saturday, May 7, the MRCI occupied a corner of the Battelle booth at the COSI Big Science Celebration 2022. Battelle, which co-leads the Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative along with the Illinois State Geological Survey, is a “visionary” sponsor/partner of COSI (Center of Science and Industry), a nationally recognized science/discovery center in downtown Columbus, Ohio.
The MRCI Team has been busy sharing research and knowledge on Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage at two recent conferences in Houston, Texas and Columbus, Ohio respectively. (see photo gallery below) American Association of Petroleum Geologists – CCUS ConferenceHouston, TXA large contingent of geo-scientists participated in the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Carbon Capture,
The latest issue of MRCInfo, a newsletter created to share the latest news from the Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative and the ever-growing field of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage, just dropped. Check it out below and be sure to join our mailing list to have future issues delivered right into your inbox! MRCInfo APRIL 2022
Maryland Close to Passing Innovative Climate and Energy Bill From the Clean Air Task ForceThe Climate Solutions Now Act of 2022 recently passed both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly with a supermajority in a move that would potentially position the state as a leader where it comes to critically needed climate and energy legislation.
Today, the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management announced an upcoming webinar and in-person workshops designed to support the implementation of the carbon-related aspects of the Bi-partisan Infrastructure Law signed in November 2021. Potential applicants interested in developing commercial-scale storage facilities, point-source CO2 capture demonstration projects, direct air capture hubs, hydrogen
The US Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) recently released The Carbon Capture, Transport, and Storage Supply Chain Deep Dive Assessment, which found that Carbon Capture and storage “poses no significant supply chain risk and will support the U.S. Government in achieving its net-zero goals.” The report also illustrates opportunities