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Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS): History and Challenges Across the Energy Industry

Tuesday, October 18, 2022 (3:50pm-5:10pm EST)

Shannon Anderson and Dennis Wamsted and Putra Adhiguna and Suzanne Mattei

Tuesday, October 18, 2022 (3:50pm-5:10pm EST)

Carbon capture cuts across many aspects of energy: coal and gas-fired electricity generators, blue versus green hydrogen, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the industrial sector. Can carbon capture be beneficial?

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Presentation Slides: Available here

Shannon Anderson

Shannon Anderson is a community organizer and staff attorney at the Powder River Basin Resource Council in Sheridan, Wyoming.

Anderson leads strategic campaigns to mobilize Resource Council members to address the impacts of coal mining, power plants, and uranium mining on people and places in Wyoming. She also provides legal and organizing support on other energy issues, including coalbed methane and deep oil and gas development.

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Dennis Wamsted

At IEEFA, Dennis Wamsted focuses on the ongoing transition away from fossil fuels to green generation resources, focusing particularly on the electric power sector.

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Putra Adhiguna

Putra Adhiguna is an energy analyst focusing on energy transition in emerging economies context. His coverage includes the various facets of energy investments, power, oil, gas, and transportation sector. 

As an energy professional for over 15 years, he has led numerous high-profile projects and held various leadership positions in Fortune500 companies.

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Suzanne Mattei

Suzanne Mattei is an attorney with over 30 years of experience in public interest law and policy. She has analyzed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s policies related to interstate pipeline approval. She has also conducted research on blue hydrogen, petrochemical projects, gas flaring and fossil fuel extraction on public lands.

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