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Event Information February 27th, 2018 | 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm Hart Senate Office Building, Room 902 READ MORE
Happy New Year from CURC! Please click the link below to view the January 2018 installment of the Carbon Utilization Research Council (CURC) Newsletter. Inside the January 2018 Newsletter: Federal Advocacy 2018 Activities CURC Events Member Spotlight - National Carbon Capture Center News Roundup... READ MORE
This summer, the Carbon Utilization Research Council (CURC) completed a study entitled “Analysis of Options to Overcome Barriers to Unilateral and Multilateral Large-Pilot Projects for Fossil Fuel Based Power Plants Equipped with CCS.” The purpose of the report was to study innovative options for... READ MORE
CURC released the September 2017 edition of the Carbon Utilization Research Council Newsletter today. Inside the September 2017 Newsletter: Coalition Activities Federal Advocacy Update on CURC Initiatives News Roundup Member Spotlight - Wyoming Infrastructure Authority We encourage you to share... READ MORE
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the National Carbon Capture Center is a cornerstone of innovation in advanced fossil energy research and development. Since its creation by DOE’s Office of Fossil Energy in 2009, the center has established itself as a world-class, neutral test... READ MORE
The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority works to diversify and expand the state’s economy by adding value to Wyoming’s infrastructure for the benefit of Wyoming and the region. WIA promotes the value the state's energy resources; supports the necessary infrastructure; enhances resource development and... READ MORE
In October 2016, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it would award up to $80 million for a six-year project to design, build and operate a 10 MWe sCO2 pilot plant test facility in San Antonio, TX. CURC member Gas Technology Institute (GTI) serves as the Prime Contractor and System... READ MORE
The Washington Update is issued to CURC members when Congress is in session. Please click here to log in and view the updates. READ MORE