WESTCARB Technical Presentations

WESTCARB partners periodically submit papers or articles to peer-reviewed scientific and engineering journals or make PowerPoint presentations at technical conferences. This webpage provides links to such WESTCARB technical presentations on carbon sequestration.

WESTCARB 2012 Annual MeetingSelect this link to access the presentations made at our October 15–17, 2012, meeting in Bakersfield, California

WESTCARB 2011 Annual MeetingSelect this link to access the presentations made at our October 24–26, 2011, meeting in Lodi, California

Engineering-Economic and Geologic Assessment of CCS Application to California NGCC Power Plants—Rich Myhre, Bevilacqua-Knight, Inc., presentation at the 10th Annual Carbon Capture and Sequestration Conference, May 3, 2011, Pittsburgh, PA

WESTCARB 2010 Annual MeetingSelect this link to access the presentations made at our October 19–20, 2010, meeting in Sacramento, California

Field Experience From West Coast ResearchLarry Myer, Carbon Capture & Sequestration Public Workshop, Bakersfield, CA, September 25, 2009

WESTCARB 2009 Annual MeetingSelect this link to access the presentations made at our September 15-17, 2009, meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona

WESTCARB 2008 Annual Meeting—Select this link to access the presentations made at our October 1-2, 2008, meeting in Anchorage, Alaska

WESTCARB Regional Partnership Progress and Plans—Larry Myer, California Energy Commission / Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Adobe Acrobat .pdf file of PowerPoint presentation to the DOE 7th Annual Carbon Capture and Sequestration Conference, May 2008)

Geologic CO2 Storage Options for California—Larry Myer, California Energy Commission / Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Adobe Acrobat .pdf file of PowerPoint presentation to the National Resources Defense Council / Environmental Defense's Carbon Capture and Sequestration Public Workshops; Sacramento, CA, February 13, 2008; Los Angeles, CA, February 14, 2008).

 

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