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Agenda


Tuesday, November 8

8:00 am – 6:30 pm Expo Open
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast and Customer Client Networking Kick-off
8:30 am – 10:00 am General Session
Game Changer: A Discussion about the Impact of Carbon Capture and Storage on the Heartland's Vital Renewable Fuel Industry
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    Moderator:Tim Portz, Program Developer, BBI International
  • Chris Bliley, Senior VP of Regulatory Affairs, Growth Energy
  • Jim Pirolli, Chief Commercial Officer, Summit Carbon Solutions
  • Elizabeth Burns-Thompson, Vice President Government & Public Affairs, Navigator CO2 Ventures
  • Nick Noppinger, Sr. Vice President, Corporate Development, Wolf Carbon Solutions
10:00 am – 10:30 am Networking Break in the Expo
10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Reviewing the Most Suitable Underground CO2 Storage Resources and the Efforts Underway to Determine their Economic and Technological Viability
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  • John Hamling, Director of Subsurface Initiatives, EERC Energy & Environmental Research Center
    First Wave of Incentive-Driven Ccs Projects In North Dakota
  • Dawn Lima, Investment Associate, Renewable Energy & Sustainable Technologies, Foss & Company
    Utilizing Data Analytics and Reservoir Modeling from the Liquid Fossil Fuel Industry (Oil & Gas) to Accelerate the Commercialization of Geological Carbon Capture Sequestration Projects
  • Anuj Saha, President, Ascend Engineering, Inc.
    Decarbonizing our Earth: Adsorption-Molecular Sieving, Selective Dissolution, Deep Ocean Bed Injection and Breakdown of CO2
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch in the Expo
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Strategies and Technologies Available to Ensure and Quantify the Safe and Permanent Storage of CO2 Streams in Geologic Reservoirs
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  • Mike Saunders, Operations Manager CO2Secure, MicroSeismic
    Injected CO2 Plume Monitoring using Microseismic and CSEM
  • Kacey Garber, Staff Professional, SCS Engineers
    Potential Geochemical Effects of CO2 and Brine Leakage on a Dilute Aquifer and Implications for CCUS Testing and Monitoring Plans
  • Binbin Guo, Strategic Technology Manager, Lubrizol Corporation
    Direct Thickening of CO2 for Efficient Underground Carbon Storage
  • Andrew Duguid, Vice President, Advanced Resources International
    Developing CO2 Storage Projects to Allow For Stacking Of Credits
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Networking Break in the Expo
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Developing Carbon Capture and Storage or Utilization Projects that Attract Investors, Protect Project Owners and Get Funded
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Moderator: Will Shimer, Business Development Manager/Projects, Oil and Gas Climate Initiative
  • Todd Taylor, Attorney & CEO, Avisen Legal
    Maximizing Carbon Credits - Applications and Technologies
  • Deanne Barrow, Attorney for Project Development & Finance, Norton Rose Fulbright
    Evolving Terms in Carbon Capture Transactions
  • Martin Rödén, Partner, Captimise AB
    The Carbon Capture and Storage Chain
  • Bernie Hoffman, Director of Business Development, P&E Solutions, LLC
    CHP and CCS, Compounding Effect on Carbon Scores
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Networking Reception in the Expo
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Wednesday, November 9

8:00 am – 2:30 pm Expo Open
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast in the Expo
8:30 am – 10:00 am

An Investigation of the Technologies Available for Large Emissions Sources to Effectively Capture, Store and Utilize Industrial CO2 Streams
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  • Pradeep Ghosh, Sr Director, Strategy & Business Development, Solidia Technologies The Next Generation of Cement and Concrete
  • Kristin Skelton, Sales & Development Associate, Carbon Upcycling Technologies
    What If We Could Use CO2 To Create Superior Materials
  • Greg Tomei, Director of Marketing Content, Babcock & Wilcox
    Renewable Energy Technologies for the Low-Carbon Energy Transition
  • Xavier D'Hubert, Sr. Consultant, XDH-energy
    Can the Current Air Pollution Control Technologies Provide Cleaner Enough Flue Gas For Optimized CO2 Capture?
  • Jerrel Branson, SME, Hunt, Guillot & Asso.
    Comparative Study of Carbon Capture Technologies
10:00 am – 10:30 am Networking Break in the Expo
10:30 am – 12:00 am

How Carbon Capture and Storage Will Establish Ethanol as the Country's Preeminent Net-Zero Transportation Fuel
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  • Brendan Jordan, Vice President, Great Plains Institute
    Carbon Capture and Clean Fuel Standard Policies
  • Kari Buttenhoff, Partner, Christianson PLLP
    Understanding the Intricacies of California’s LCFS CCS Certification and Verification
  • Jim Ramm, Vice President of Sales, EcoEngineers
    Multiple Markets for Net-zero Carbon Ethanol
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch in the Expo
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Navigating the Complex and Layered Pathway to the Successful Permitting of Carbon Capture and Storage Projects
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  • Katie Hill Brandt, Senior Analyst, Merjent, Inc.
    Environmental Permitting Considerations of Co-located Carbon Capture Facilities
  • Brad Pekas, Engineer, Trihydro Corporation
    Carbon Geosequestration – Permitting Challenges For Class Vi Uic Wells
  • Kevin Pykkonen, Executive Vice President of Commercial Development, Carbon America
    The Carbon Capture & Sequestration Permitting Process And Lessons Learned
  • Andrea Foglesong, Vice President/Sr. EHS Consultant, PROtect, LLC
    Proposed GHG Reporting Rule Changes and Associated Reporting Expectations for CCS
2:30 pm Sessions Conclude

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