CO2-Enhanced Oil Recovery: Show Me the Money

by NEORI on August 16, 2012

Brad Crabtree, Policy Director of the Great Plains Institute, a co-convenor of the National Enhanced Oil Recovery Initiative (NEORI) with the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, is a panelist today at the Coal-Gen 2012 Conference in Louisville, KY.

Crabtree will discuss NEORI and CO2-EOR as part of a panel discussion titled, “CO2-Enhanced Oil Recovery: Show Me the Money,” and described as follows:

“Enhanced oil recovery is heavily promoted as the first viable, economic offtake of CO2 from power generation facilities. This panel session will discuss the many aspects that must converge for this process to become a reality.”

Other panelists include:

  • Darrick Eugene, General Counsel, Texas Carbon Capture and Storage Association
  • Steven Carpenter, Vice President, Advanced Resources International
  • Vanessa Nunez Lopez, Research Scientist Associate, Gulf Coast Carbon Center, Bureau of Economic Geology

Dwight Peters, North American Business Manager of Schlumberger Carbon Services, and Norman Shilling, P.E., Carbon Leader GE Gasification, GE Energy will co-chair the panel.

Click here for the full presentation.

Click here to learn more about the National Enhanced Oil Recovery Initiative.

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