In addition to conducting research and providing technical assistance on projects, the MRCI works as a resource for those operating in the growing CCUS arena by sharing news and information in a timely fashion with our partners and supporters.

MRCI in Morgantown! 2023 MRCI Partners and Stakeholders Meeting Recap

Three information-filled days discussing the growth in CCUS across the 20-state MRCI region. On the heels of the first in-person MRCI Annual Partners and Stakeholders meeting held last year in Columbus, Ohio, the Initiative team held this year’s annual meeting in Morgantown, West Virginia, and was attended by over 150 people. The day and a

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Presentations from the 2023 Partners and Stakeholders Meeting

Early October, the MRCI Team hosted the Annual Partners and Stakeholders Meeting in Morgantown, West Virginia. Nearly 150 people attended, partaking in three information-filled days learning about the current state of CCUS and where the industry is heading. The main meeting hosted experts with backgrounds in government, industry, and academia who presented on important topics

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CNRAC Offering Webinars on Storing Carbon in the PA Landscape

The Conservation & Natural Resources Advisory Council is hosting two webinars in September and October entitled, Below and Above: Storing Carbon in the Pennsylvania Landscape. Learn how technology- and nature-based solutions can play a significant role in mitigating atmospheric CO₂ emissions and climate change. The first webinar focuses on activities below the surface and the

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Tune into AEF Carbon Storage Webinar July 18

Tune into the webinar, “Understanding Carbon Sequestration,” from 11 – 12 pm, Tuesday, July 18, 2023. Offered by Appalachian Energy Future as part of the Reinventing Northern Appalachia Webinar Series, the webinar’s goal is to help viewers learn about the basic technology involved and how it provides a promising solution for reducing CO2 emissions and

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DOE Awards $251 Million to 12 CO2 Transport and Storage Projects

The US Department of Energy (DOE) – Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) announced today the allocation of $251 million for 12 projects in nine states that expand carbon dioxide (CO2) transportation and storage infrastructure to help significantly and responsibly reduce CO2 emissions from power generation and industrial operations. Two of the awards were

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