See Carbon Engineering’s VP of Business Development, Anna Stukas, speak at…
ASME’s Round Table Discussion on Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Technologies
March 16, 2022
12:00 PM (Mountain time)
Online (Register here)
“Fossil fuels play a role in all major industrial sectors including the production of electricity, cement, fertilizer, and steel as well as resource extraction. However, the combustion of fossil fuels also generates emissions, the intensity of which needs to be reduced to limit their impact on climate change. Due to their widespread use and lack of immediate viable replacement, fossil fuels are expected to continue to play a significant role in the global energy infrastructure. These pressures give rise to a need for achieving deep emissions reductions, while also allowing intermittent renewable energy sources to be balanced with stable low CO2 emission sources of baseload electricity.
One class of technological solutions that shows promise in achieving this goal is carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS). CCUS encompasses technologies that capture and separate CO2 from the emission streams of industrial facilities or strips it from the atmosphere for value-added use in other industrial processes or to be impounded in stable underground geological formations.
If you would like to learn more about CCUS, come join the Northern Alberta ASME Section for a roundtable discussion with experts in the field, who will provide a brief overview of various CCUS technologies and answer questions about its implementation.”