Calendar30 November 2022
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CCUS is one of the key technologies that could enable a low-carbon energy transition. By storing carbon dioxide safely underground, those emissions are prevented from entering the atmosphere and contributing to the rising temperature of the Earth.

The Midwest Regional Carbon Initiative (MRCI) is a broad coalition of partners from research, academia, industry, NGOs, and the US government dedicated to the study, acceleration, acceptance, and deployment of commercial carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in the United States.

During the webinar, MRCI co-leader Dr Sallie Greenberg from Illinois State Geological Survey will share learnings from the MRCI, covering challenges such as multi-stakeholder partnerships, carbon capture and transportation infrastructure, storage systems, and CO2-enhanced oil recovery potential.

Backed by more than 20 years of research in the field, and with more than a dozen pilot and/or full-scale CCUS projects, the MRCI provides a solid foundation for future work by addressing key technical challenges, obtaining, and sharing data to support CCUS, facilitating regional infrastructure planning, and performing regional technology transfer.

This webinar is part of a series on CCS sponsored by SPE Gaia, IOGP, OGCI and Ipieca, sharing knowledge and good practice around the scaling up of this technology, including key issues, environmental responsibility, financial incentives, policy, and liability concerns.

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