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WINTER 2021
Tuesday, January 19th
OPEN HOUSE 9:00 – 12:00
SPONSOR MEETING 1:00 – 3:00

The Gulf Coast Carbon Center (GCCC) will be hosting an open house showcasing our technical expertise in geological carbon storage. Our expertise spans the realm of reservoir characterization, CO2 injection, CO2 saturation, plume modelling, and environmental monitoring.
From 9 a.m. to noon, industry, government, and nonprofit representatives interested in learning more about the cutting-edge research in the field of carbon capture and storage are invited to attend and engage directly with geotechnical experts to answer any questions related to the carbon dioxide emission mitigation technology. GCCC sponsors are invited to stay in the afternoon for an interactive biannual progress review.
Registration link for open house: https://utexas.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsfuqsqDgsHtea2R5duekcjhoRmHKtF9Z_
OPEN HOUSE AGENDA
Format: Zoom
Times in central standard times

9:00 – 9:05 | Welcome: Introduction by BEG director Scott W. Tinker
9:05 | Open House overview of 6 months of GCCC research

CCUS Ecosystem – public and commercial needs and outreach to meet them
Chair: Katherine Romanak
Big-Foot – moving to very large scale storage onshore and offshore, characterization and modeling
Chair: Alex Bump
10:30 – 10:40 | Break

10:40 – 12:00 | Continued: Open House overview of 6 months of GCCC research

Real world leakage – Improved concepts for near surface surveillance
The “U” in CCUS – EOR potential and reuse of depleted fields
Chair: Vanessa Nunez-Lopez
Monitoring lifecycle
Chair: Susan Hovorka
Multiphase fluid flow – pore scale to outcrop scale
Chair: Sahar Bahkshian


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