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Symposium on Carbon Capture and Sequestration

Speaker: Several
Date & Time: October 27, 2008 - 8:00am
Location: Cook Campus Center, Rutgers University

Symposium on Carbon Capture and Sequestration

Monday, October 27, 2008
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Rutgers Meeting on Carbon Capture and Sequestration: Jersey Roots, Global Reach
Rutgers Energy Institute (
Date: Monday, October 27th, 2008
Place: Cook Campus Center, Rutgers University
8:00 – Registration and Coffee
8:30 – Welcome (Paul Falkowski)
Session-1: The Global and National Scene
Convener: Ken Miller
8:45 – Mike Trachtenberg, Carbozyme, Inc.
Tentative Title: Social-Economical-Political Landscapes of CCS
9:30 – Dan Schrag, Harvard University
Tentative Title: Grand Science Challenges of CCS
10:15 – Break
10:30 – Malcolm Wilson, University of Regina and the Energy Council of Canada
Tentative Title: Geologic Storage, Potentials and Challenges, and the Weyburn Project
11:15 – Julio Friedmann, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Tentative Title: Projects around the world – what’s been done, what’s learned, what’s ahead
12:00 – Lunch
Session-2: Prospect of CCS in the Mid-Atlantic Region
Convener: Mike Trachtenberg
1:00 – Ken Miller, Rutgers University
Tentative Title: The Atlantic Coastal Plains as Potential Geologic Storage
1:30 – David Goldberg, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Tentative Title: Basalts as Potential Geologic Storage
2:00 – Jeanne Herb, NJ Department of Environmental Protection
Tentative Title: Greenhouse Gas Initiatives in New Jersey
2:30 – Jim Maiz, Rockland Capital, Inc.
Tentative Title: Plans for B.L. England
2:50 – Mark Scorsolini, PSE&G, Inc.
Tentative Title: Plans for PSE&G
3:10 – David Ball or rep, Midwest Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership
Tentative Title: Successful models of partnership
3:40 – Break and Open discussion (open mike, speakers as panelists)
4:00 – Meeting on specifics of moving forward

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