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Committee and Panel Activities

COMMITTEE MEETING

WASHINGTON, D.C.

JULY 13-15, 2005


Summary of Phase One Report

Robert Fri, Phase One Chair


Identification of User Needs

Kevin Carroll, House Committee on Science, Subcommittee on Energy; Rob Sandoli and Leo Sommaripa, Office of Management and Budget; Kevin Hurst, Office of Science and Technology Policy; Sam Baldwin, DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy; and Jay Braitsch, DOE Office of Fossil Energy


Assessing the Benefits of R&D: A Framework of Analysis and an Application Using NEMS

Kevin Forbes, Catholic University of America


COMMITTEE MEETING

WASHINGTON, D.C.

SEPTEMBER 15-16, 2005


Metrics for Energy Security Benefits

Russell Lee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)


Measuring Oil Security Benefits

Dave Greene, ORNL


Energy Security Benefits of Coal R&D

Darren Mollot, DOE Office of Fossil Energy


Energy Security Benefits of Oil and Gas R&D

Rodney Geisbrecht, DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory


Estimating Environmental Benefits

Russell Lee, ORNL


Environmental Benefits of Coal R&D

Darren Mollot, DOE Office of Fossil Energy


Environmental Benefits of Oil and Gas R&D

Bill Hochheiser, DOE Office of Fossil Energy


MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S CARBON SEQUESTRATION PROGRAM

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA

SEPTEMBER 29-30, 2005


Program Elements and Objectives Most Closely Related to Quantitative Estimates of Prospective Program Benefits

Sean Plasynski, DOE


Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: CO2 Capture Projects

Jose Figueroa, DOE


Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: CO2 Storage Projects

Karen Cohen, DOE


Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: Monitoring, Mitigation, and Verification

Karen Cohen, DOE


Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: Regional Partnerships

John Litynski, DOE


NEMS-Based Approaches

Juli Klara, DOE


CarBen Spreadsheet Model

Sarah Forbes, DOE


Economics—Impact of Technology Advances on COE

Jared Ciferno, DOE


DOE Progress to Date on Sequestration Decision Tree and Probability Analysis

Jay Braitsch, DOE



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Prospective Evaluation of Applied Energy Research and Development at DOE (Phase Two) E Committee and Panel Activities COMMITTEE MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. JULY 13-15, 2005 Summary of Phase One Report Robert Fri, Phase One Chair Identification of User Needs Kevin Carroll, House Committee on Science, Subcommittee on Energy; Rob Sandoli and Leo Sommaripa, Office of Management and Budget; Kevin Hurst, Office of Science and Technology Policy; Sam Baldwin, DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy; and Jay Braitsch, DOE Office of Fossil Energy Assessing the Benefits of R&D: A Framework of Analysis and an Application Using NEMS Kevin Forbes, Catholic University of America COMMITTEE MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. SEPTEMBER 15-16, 2005 Metrics for Energy Security Benefits Russell Lee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Measuring Oil Security Benefits Dave Greene, ORNL Energy Security Benefits of Coal R&D Darren Mollot, DOE Office of Fossil Energy Energy Security Benefits of Oil and Gas R&D Rodney Geisbrecht, DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory Estimating Environmental Benefits Russell Lee, ORNL Environmental Benefits of Coal R&D Darren Mollot, DOE Office of Fossil Energy Environmental Benefits of Oil and Gas R&D Bill Hochheiser, DOE Office of Fossil Energy MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S CARBON SEQUESTRATION PROGRAM PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA SEPTEMBER 29-30, 2005 Program Elements and Objectives Most Closely Related to Quantitative Estimates of Prospective Program Benefits Sean Plasynski, DOE Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: CO2 Capture Projects Jose Figueroa, DOE Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: CO2 Storage Projects Karen Cohen, DOE Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: Monitoring, Mitigation, and Verification Karen Cohen, DOE Relationship of Sequestration Projects to Program Objectives: Regional Partnerships John Litynski, DOE NEMS-Based Approaches Juli Klara, DOE CarBen Spreadsheet Model Sarah Forbes, DOE Economics—Impact of Technology Advances on COE Jared Ciferno, DOE DOE Progress to Date on Sequestration Decision Tree and Probability Analysis Jay Braitsch, DOE

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Prospective Evaluation of Applied Energy Research and Development at DOE (Phase Two) MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S LIGHT-DUTY VEHICLE HYBRID TECHNOLOGY R&D PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 3-4, 2005 Prospective Benefits of DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Fossil Energy R&D Programs (Phase Two) Ed Wall, DOE Estimating Benefits of EERE Light Duty Vehicle R&D Philip Patterson, DOE/EERE; Frances Wood, OnLocation, Inc.; and Chip Friley, Brookhaven National Laboratory MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S INTEGRATED GASIFICATION COMBINED CYCLE TECHNOLOGY R&D PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 5-6, 2005 Overview of DOE Benefits Analysis Darren Mollot, DOE Office of Fossil Energy DOE IGCC Program Gary Stiegel and Richard Dennis; DOE Office of Fossil Energy DOE Methodologies for Estimating IGCC Benefits Julianne Klara, DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory DOE Progress to Date on Decision Tree Analysis Jay Braitsch, DOE Office of Fossil Energy MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S CHEMICAL INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 10-11, 2005 Overview of the Chemicals Subprogram Dickson Ozokwelu, DOE Lead Technology Manager Estimating Benefits of EERE Chemical Industrial Technologies R&D Joan Pellegrino, Energetics MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S NATURAL GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 12-13, 2005 FE Methodologies for Estimation of Oil and Gas Program Benefits Rodney Geisbrecht, DOE Natural Gas Research and Development Bob Silva, DOE Assessing the Benefits of R&D: A Framework of Analysis and an Application Using NEMS John Pyrdol, DOE MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 24-25, 2005 DOE Program Pat Hoffman, DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Estimating Benefits of EERE Combined Heat and Power R&D Frances Wood, OnLocation, Inc.; Chip Friley, Brookhaven National Laboratory; Chris Marnay and Kristina Hamachi LaCommare, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory COMMITTEE MEETING WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 26-29, 2005 DOE Experience with Decision Trees Darren Mollot, Office of Fossil Energy DOE Energy Working Group John R. Sullivan, Associate Under Secretary for Energy, Science and Environment MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S CHEMICAL INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 3-4, 2005 Discussion of DOE’s ITP Chemicals Subprogram Dickson Ozokwelu, DOE MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S LIGHT-DUTY VEHICLE HYBRID TECHNOLOGY R&D PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 7-8, 2005 Discussions of DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Program Ed Wall, DOE MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S NATURAL GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 9-10, 2005 Discussion of DOE’s Natural Gas E&P Program Bob Silva, DOE

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Prospective Evaluation of Applied Energy Research and Development at DOE (Phase Two) MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S INTEGRATED GASIFICATION COMBINED CYCLE TECHNOLOGY R&D PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 29-30, 2005 Q&A and Discussion of DOE’s IGCC Program Jay Braitsch, DOE MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 13-14, 2005 Q&A and Discussion of DOE’s Program Pat Hoffman, DOE MEETING OF PANEL ON DOE’S CARBON SEQUESTRATION PROGRAM WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 15-16, 2005 CO2 Capture R&D Pathways for IGCC Jared Ciferno, DOE COMMITTEE MEETING IRVINE, CALIFORNIA FEBRUARY 10-11, 2006 Closed Meeting