USEA, DOE Fossil Energy, and the Southern States Energy Board will host the second workshop of the CCUS Roadshow in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Energy stakeholders will assemble to discuss: commercial CCUS deployment; using carbon for industrial processes; tax incentives, policy, regulation, federal and state programs; capturing carbon in geologic storage; and, financing projects. Groups will discuss new areas where captured carbon can be used, such as waste plastics destruction, carbon neutral petrochemical feedstocks, transportation fuels and electricity generation.
The Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and the National Energy Technology Laboratory have been at the forefront of CCUS development for three decades. Working with industry partners and research institutions the DOE is funding projects to address the technical challenges to CCUS commercialization.
Our goal is to bring you the latest developments and activities and engage the broad, growing stakeholder community looking to CCUS for large scale CO2 management.
Please note registration is limited.