Coal Research and Development: to Support National Energy Policy
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Mike Mosser, DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory—Mining Industry of the Future.
John Novak, Electric Power Research Institute—Coal RD&D Insights from CoalFleet for Tomorrow®.
Karen Obenshain, Edison Electric Institute—Coal Rail Transportation: The Electric Power Industry’s View.
Bruce Peterson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory—Forecasting the Transportation Environment for Coal.
Brenda S. Pierce, U.S. Geological Survey—The USGS Energy Resources Program: An Overview.
Jacek Podkanski, International Energy Agency—Perspective of the International Energy Agency.
Craig Rockey, American Association of Railroads—Railroads and Coal.
Timothy Rohrbacher, U.S. Geological Survey—Resource and Reserve: USGS Coal Resource and Reserve Assessments.
Scott Sitzer, DOE-Energy Information Administration—Coal Activities of the Energy Information Administration.
Neil Stiber, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency—EPA’s Role in Regulation and R&D of Coal-Related Activities.
Eugene Trisko, United Mine Workers of America—UMWA Perspectives on Energy from Coal.
Joe Vacarri, Rio Tinto Energy America—RTEA-Cordero Rojo Mine.
Ted Venners, KFx, Inc.—Overview of KFx K-Fuel Coal Processing.
Kimery Vories, DOI-Office of Surface Mining—Environmental Issues with the Potential to Impact Coal Production over the Next 25 Years.
Franz Wuerfmannsdobler, Senator Byrd’s Office—Study Background and Congressional Expectations.
Ben Yamagata, Coal Utilization Research Council—CURC Perspective on Coal Research, Technology, and Resource Assessments to Inform Energy Policy Study.