Briefing: The Status of Carbon Capture – Where are we now?

25th June 2019

Location(s): Washington, Washington DC

Briefing #4

The Status of Carbon Capture

Where are we now?

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

11:45 am - 1 pm 

U.S. Capitol Visitor Center 



Lunch will be served at 11:30 am

Please join the Carbon Utilization Research Council (CURC), the Global CCS Institute, and the Carbon Capture Coalition for Carbon Lunches - A Carbon Capture 101 Briefings Series. The briefings will provide an introduction to carbon capture, use, and storage, and how this suite of technologies can deliver steep emissions reductions alongside other clean and renewable sources of energy in the transition to a zero-carbon economy, while supporting clean energy production and creating high-wage energy, industrial, and manufacturing jobs. The first briefing provided an introduction into carbon capture and its role in the energy transition, while this briefing will focus on technology applications.





Representative David McKinley 

(R - WV)

Representative Marc Veasey 

(D - TX)


U.S. Efforts on Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage

John Litynski
Carbon Capture Program Manager
U.S. Department of Energy
Impact of Section 45Q Legislation
Shannon Angielski
Executive Director
Carbon Utilization Research Council
The Global Status of Carbon Capture and Storage
Lee Beck
Senior Advisor
Global Carbon Capture & Storage Institute
Followed by a Q&A


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This event is organized by the Carbon Utilization Research Council, the Carbon Capture Coalition, and the Global CCS Institute with support from:

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