Appendix B
Workshop Agenda

Workshop on Novel Approaches to Carbon Management

National Research Council (NRC)

Board on Energy and Environmental Systems (BEES)

Board on Earth Sciences and Resources (BESR)

Open Sessions

February 12–14, 2003

Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center

100 Academy Drive

Irvine, CA

PURPOSE: The purpose of the workshop is to identify novel approaches to reducing the net input to the atmosphere of CO2 from fossil-fuel-based energy systems, including attention to reducing emissions from fossil-fueled systems based on coal, oil or natural gas, biological engineering approaches to carbon removal from the atmosphere, engineering of the entire fuel-cycle system, etc. The concepts, approaches, and research areas that might lead to revolutionary breakthroughs in carbon management identified in the workshop will provide information to DOE to be used to stimulate potential research proposals.

February 12, 2003

7:30–8:30 a.m.

Registration

7:45–8:30

Breakfast

Plenary Session (Auditorium)

8:30–8:45

Welcome and Review of Workshop Purpose and Agenda

Dale Stein, Committee Chairman

8:45–9:10

DOE Perspective

Michael Knaggs, Scott Klara; National Energy Technology Laboratory



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Novel Approaches to Carbon Management: Separation, Capture, Sequestration, and Conversion to Useful Products - Workshop Report Appendix B Workshop Agenda Workshop on Novel Approaches to Carbon Management National Research Council (NRC) Board on Energy and Environmental Systems (BEES) Board on Earth Sciences and Resources (BESR) Open Sessions February 12–14, 2003 Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center 100 Academy Drive Irvine, CA PURPOSE: The purpose of the workshop is to identify novel approaches to reducing the net input to the atmosphere of CO2 from fossil-fuel-based energy systems, including attention to reducing emissions from fossil-fueled systems based on coal, oil or natural gas, biological engineering approaches to carbon removal from the atmosphere, engineering of the entire fuel-cycle system, etc. The concepts, approaches, and research areas that might lead to revolutionary breakthroughs in carbon management identified in the workshop will provide information to DOE to be used to stimulate potential research proposals. February 12, 2003 7:30–8:30 a.m. Registration 7:45–8:30 Breakfast Plenary Session (Auditorium) 8:30–8:45 Welcome and Review of Workshop Purpose and Agenda Dale Stein, Committee Chairman 8:45–9:10 DOE Perspective Michael Knaggs, Scott Klara; National Energy Technology Laboratory

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Novel Approaches to Carbon Management: Separation, Capture, Sequestration, and Conversion to Useful Products - Workshop Report 9:50–9:50 Overview: Global Energy Setting for Carbon Sequestration Bob Williams, Princeton University, Committee Member 9:50–10:20 Morning coffee break 10:20–11:00 Carbon Sequestration: Potential and Risks Sally Benson, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab 11:00–11:25 Carbon Sequestration: Separation Technologies Today Scott Barnicki, Eastman Chemical Company 11:25–11:50 Carbon Sequestration: Storage Technologies Today Charles Christopher, BP 11:50a.m.– 12:30 p.m. Questions Martha Krebs, moderator, Science Strategies, Committee Member 12:30–1:30. Lunch Breakout Sessions 1:30–6:00 Breakout into subgroup sessions (session chair listed in parentheses)   1. Advanced Separations Techniques (Ramon Espino) 2. Advanced Subsurface Technologies (John Hill) 3. Advanced Geochemical Methods (David Keith) 4. Novel Niches (George Hidy) 3:00–3:30 Afternoon Break 6:00 Reception 6:30 Dinner 8:00 & 8:30 Shuttle bus from Beckman Center to hotels February 13, 2003 7:45–8:45 a.m. Breakfast 9:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. Continue subgroup sessions   1. Advanced Separations Techniques (Ramon Espino) 2. Advanced Subsurface Technologies (John Hill) 3. Advanced Geochemical Methods (David Keith) 4. Novel Niches (George Hidy)

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Novel Approaches to Carbon Management: Separation, Capture, Sequestration, and Conversion to Useful Products - Workshop Report 12:00–1:00 p.m. Lunch 1:00–3:00 Continue subgroup sessions (Breakout Rooms) 3:00–3:30 Afternoon Break Plenary Session (Auditorium) 3:30–6:00 Reconvene in plenary session 6:30 Dinner February 14, 2003 7:45–8:30 a.m. Breakfast Breakout Sessions 8:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m. Continue subgroup sessions   1. Advanced Separation Techniques (Ramon Espino) 2. Advanced Subsurface Technologies (John Hill) 3. Advanced Geochemical Methods (David Keith) 4. Novel Niches (George Hidy) 12:30 p.m. Adjourn