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Apr 11 2014 | National Geographic
Can Coal Ever Be Clean? It’s the dirtiest of fossil fuels. We burn eight billion tons of it a year, with growing consequences. The world must face the question. Coal provides 40 percent of the world’s electricity. It produces 39 percent of global CO₂ emissions. It kills thousands a year in mines...
Apr 11 2014
Tom showcased his research, "Evaluation of an Organically Cross-linked Polymer System for CO2 Leakage Intervention", in the 11th annual Stanford School of Earth Sciences Research Review.
Jul 1 2013
Tom and Dylan conducted a two week field study at the Zero Emissions Research and Technology (ZERT) Center in Bozeman, MT to characterize a shallow subsurface CO2 leak. See story and photos.
Nov 21 2012
Prof. Sally M. Benson was awarded the 2012 Greenman Award at the 11th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Technologies (GHGT11), which is the largest international CCS conference held every two years. The Greenman Award is granted at the GHGT Conference to an individual to recognize his/her...
Nov 18 2012
November 18-22, 2012 We presented our research work in the following sessions: Tuesday: Sam Krevor - Multiphase Flow Properties of the CO2/Brine System for Carbon Sequestration, Session 5F. Christin Strandli - Identifying Diagnostics for Reservoir Structure and CO2 Plume Migration from Multilevel...
Oct 1 2012
Congratulations to Boxiao Li for winning the best poster award at the GCEP Research Sysmposium 2012.
Jun 15 2012
Congratulations to Chia-Wei, Mike and Whitney on their graduation! We wish you good luck and succes in all that you do!
Mar 12 2012
Mike won the competition with the paper titled "Applications of Recent Advances in Simulations of Core Flooding Experiments" presented at the SPE Western regional meeting held in Bakersfield (CA) on March, 21-23 2012. Take a look at Mike's most recent paper published in the SPE Journal!
Feb 1 2012
In December 2011, Lin completed a series of experiments at EMSL (a national scientific user facility at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) aimed at investigating the CO2 exsolution phenomenon in micro-models. Read the interview and take a look at the video!!