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Charles Brankman - Geologic Carbon Sequestration - 2011 Kibbie Science Lecture

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Geologic Carbon Sequestration -- Challenges and Opportunities in Moving Towards Low Carbon Power, a talk given by Charles Brankman, director of Geosciences C12 Energy.Geologic Carbon Sequestration -- Challenges and Opportunities in Moving Towards Low Carbon Power

A talk given by Charles Brankman.

Charles Brankman, director of Geoscieces at C12 Energy.  C12 Energy leads commercial carbon dioxide management by identifying and developing locations for geologic carbon dioxide storage.  C12 Energy is currently active in ten states across the country.  This talk will focus on the geologic characteristics for carbon sequestration and the associated challenges. 

October 24, 2011
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Searles Science Building, Room 315

October 24, 2011 -   7:00 PM – 8:00 PM  -    Searles Science Building, Room 315