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Institute’s Americas office launches The Global Status of CCS: 2016 at the Clean Energy Solutions Symposium

Thursday, 17 November 2016

On 15 November 2016, the Global CCS Institute’s Americas office held the Clean Energy Solutions Symposium: What is the Future of Carbon Capture? at the National Press Club, Washington, DC.

The Institute’s General Manager for the Americas, Jeff Erikson, launched The Global Status of CCS: 2016 report by presenting to the audience the highlights from the report and discussing the significant milestones achieved in the past year in the world of CCS. Erikson’s presentation was followed by an expert panel discussion on the future of clean energy, with focus on carbon capture and storage (CCS). 

Jeff Erikson, Global CCS Institute. Photo credit: Sam Hurd
 
 
(left to right) Bill Loveless (moderator, USA Today), Hon. Bob Inglis (George Mason University),
Adele Morris (Brookings Institution), Armond Cohen (Clean Air Task Force), Jeff Erikson
(Global CCS Institute). Photo credit: Sam Hurd
 
 
(left to right) Bill Loveless (moderator, USA Today), Hon. Bob Inglis (George Mason University), 
Adele Morris (Brookings Institution), Armond Cohen (Clean Air Task Force), Jeff Erikson
(Global CCS Institute). Photo credit: Sam Hurd