APPENDIX B
Presentations and Committee Activities

1. Committee Meeting, March 30–31, 1999, Washington, D.C.

Presentations:

Vision 21 and Global Climate Change

Rita Bajura, Federal Energy Technology Center

Vision 21 Overview

Larry Ruth, Federal Energy Technology Center

Summary of Vision 21 Workshop Results

Robert Romanosky, Federal Energy Technology Center

Advanced Turbine Systems

Kanwal Mahajan, Federal Energy Technology Center

Fuel Cells

Mark Williams, Federal Energy Technology Center

Gasification/IGCC

Gary Stiegel, Federal Energy Technology Center

Combustion

Donald Bonk, Federal Energy Technology Center



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Vision 21: Fossil Fuel Options for the Future APPENDIX B Presentations and Committee Activities 1. Committee Meeting, March 30–31, 1999, Washington, D.C. Presentations: Vision 21 and Global Climate Change Rita Bajura, Federal Energy Technology Center Vision 21 Overview Larry Ruth, Federal Energy Technology Center Summary of Vision 21 Workshop Results Robert Romanosky, Federal Energy Technology Center Advanced Turbine Systems Kanwal Mahajan, Federal Energy Technology Center Fuel Cells Mark Williams, Federal Energy Technology Center Gasification/IGCC Gary Stiegel, Federal Energy Technology Center Combustion Donald Bonk, Federal Energy Technology Center

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Vision 21: Fossil Fuel Options for the Future Advanced Environmental Technology Charles Schmidt, Federal Energy Technology Center Power Systems Advanced Research Robert Romanosky, Federal Energy Technology Center Sequestration Options for Vision 21 Douglas Carter, Federal Energy Technology Center Coal Clean Technologies and the Need for Fuel Diversity Ben Yamagata, Coal Utilization Research Council Prospects for Fossil Fuel Technologies Robert Williams, Princeton University 2. Committee Meeting, June 29–July 1, 1999, Washington, D.C. Presentations: Natural Gas Outlook John Cochener, Gas Research Institute Gasification Outlook James Childress, Gasification Technologies Council IGCC Coproduction Capabilities Douglas Haseltine, Tennessee Eastman CO2 Hydrate Separation Ron Wolk, Wolk Integrated Technical Services Syngas Processes Ramon Espino, University of Virginia Enrique Iglesia, University of California, Berkeley Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells Frank Bevc, Siemens Westinghouse Advanced Gas Separations Edward Foster, Air Products and Chemicals

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Vision 21: Fossil Fuel Options for the Future Gasification Technologies Neville Holt, Electric Power Research Institute Advanced Materials R&D Rod Judkins, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Future Power-Generation Systems Frank Bevc, Siemens Westinghouse NOx and SOx and Environmental Issues for Vision 21 Manoj Guha, American Electric Power John McManus, American Electric Power Hydrogen Separation Membranes Douglas Fain, Bechtel Jacobs LLC Fossil Energy as Liquid Transportation David Gray, Mitretech Commercialization of Vision 21 Technologies Samuel Tam, Bechtel Technology and Consulting Advanced Combustion Systems: PFBC, HIPPS Recap David Pai, Foster Wheeler Virtual Demonstration Technologies Woody Fiveland, Asea Brown-Boveri DOE's Expectations of Virtual Demonstration Tom O'Brien, Federal Energy Technology Center 3. Committee Meeting, September 8–9, 1999, Washington, D.C. Task group discussions and working session. 4. Committee Meeting, October 28–30, 1999, Irvine, California Discussion of report sections.