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The development and deployment of commercially-viable carbon capture and storage technology is now at a critical juncture given the Environmental Protection Agency's issuance of a proposed CO2 emissions standard requiring the deployment of carbon capture and storage technology for any new coal-fired power plants. This action further raises the level of importance of the 13th Annual Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage Conference.

It is vital for the future of our economy and our environment that we find ways to dramatically reduce the cost of capture and storage, and quickly implement the lessons learned from the work that's already ongoing worldwide. In preparing for its 13th year, the CCUS Conference is setting the stage to facilitate what is an exceedingly important and critical exchange of ideas to accelerate the advancement of CCUS systems.

See Who Is Coming 


Keynote Speakers…
The Honorable Phil Bryant, Governor, The State of Mississippi
The Honorable Diana McQueen, Minister of Energy Province of Alberta, Canada
The Honorable David Freudenthal, (former Governor) The State of Wyoming
Ed Holland, Chief Executive Officer, Mississippi Power

View the Agenda


Click Here to View Last Year's Agenda


Registration Fees:

General Admission (includes Federal Contractors)                                  $1,295.00

Federal, State and Local Government Employees                                   $595.00

Academic Organizations                                                                           $595.00

Electric Utility Employees                                                                          $695.00

(Add $200.00 to all fees after March 28, 2014)


Special Discounted Registration Fees are available for Government Employees (Federal, State and Local - Contractors NOT Included), Academic Organizations, Electric Utility Employees and Multiple Registrations.

Call the Forums Office at 877-303-7367 x 109 to receive a discount code.


Registration includes: three continental breakfasts, two lunches, three receptions, one dinner, a copy of the Resource Book and conference proceedings.


Cancellation Policy: There is a $200.00 service charge on cancellations after April 11, 2014. No refunds will be made after April 18, 2014 but substitutions are welcome.

Contact, or call 1-877-303-7367 ext. 109 for more information.


Click Here To Register


Omni William Penn Hotel

530 William Penn Place

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

(412) 281-7100


Conference Rate - $209

Federal Per Diem Rate Available


The conference rate will be available three days prior and three days after the conference.


Reservations for hotel accommodations should be made through the link below or by calling 800-843-6664. When making reservations by phone, identify yourself as a CCUS Conference Participant.


Reservations for lodging must be made by Friday, April 4, 2013.



Cancelations made less than 72 hours prior to arrival will be subject to one night room and tax cancelation fee.


The rate does not include a daily hotel service fee, along with applicable city and state taxes (which are currently 14%).


Click Here to Reserve A Room


Want to Draw More Attention to Your Organization's Work, Services or Products Addressing CCUS?

Become a CCUS Conference Partner and/or Exhibitor in 2014 and have the opportunity to meet with representatives from key government agencies, engineering companies, utilities, academic institutions, research laboratories, consulting firms, investment companies and legal firms.


Partnership Benefits Include:

  • Speaking or moderating during the plenary sessions or moderating a technical concurrent session;
  • Inclusion of a 'marketing' flyer, an ad in the conference resource book & in the GHG Reduction Technologies Monitor prior to and following the conference;
  • Complimentary or reduced exhibit fee;
  • Complementary and/or discounted registrations; and
  • Prominent signage publicizing your organization's partnership.


Available partnership opportunities for this Conference include:

  • Recognition on Conference Participant Materials: Logo imprinted on: conference portfolio, Resource Book containing agenda, list of participants ect., notepads, pens, tote bags;
  • AV Support: Company logo/ad projected on screens used for PP presentations/overheads;
  • Participant Hotel Keys: logo/ad imprinted on key.
  • Exclusive Recognition at Conference Functions/Events.


Click Here to Download the Partner Information Kit

Exhibitor Opportunities

Showcase your organization’s capabilities, products and technologies.

The exhibit schedule revolves around the catered functions to provide ample opportunities for one-on-one discussions.

Fee includes one full registration and one Exhibit Area only registration.

The exhibit fees are:


Small Companies

(Up to 100 Employees)


Large Companies

(Over 100 Employees)





Call for Papers

The 13th Annual CCUS Conference invites key decisionmakers and technical experts from around the globe to share their knowledge and experience in order to accelerate the development and deployment of CCUS/CCS technologies that have been deemed as necessary to allow the utilization of fossil resources in a decarbonized world. Though the emphasis is on systems and technologies that are being or could be deployed in North America, work undertaken outside North America that would contribute to progress here is of equal importance.


View the 2014 Call for Papers   Submit An Abstract


View the Attendees from 2012 & 2013

Past Attending Organizations

3M Company
A2BE Carbon Capture LLC
ADA Carbon Solutions
ADA-Environmental Solutions, Inc
Advance Science and Technology Commercialization Center
Advanced Resources International, Inc.
AEGIS Insurance Services, Inc.
Afton Chemical Corporation
Air Liquide
Air Products
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Aker Clean Carbon
Akermin, Inc.
Alberta Energy / Alberta CCS Regulatory Framework Assessment
Alberta Energy, Govt. of Alberta, EAE-CCS
Alberta Innovates
Alstom Power
American Electric Power
American Iron and Steel Institute American RadioWorks
American Water Works Association
Andover Technology Partners
Apogee Scientific, INC
Archer Daniels Midland
ARES Corporation
Argonne National Laboratory
Aspen Aerogels, Inc.
Australian Coal Association
Australian Dep of Resources and Energy
Australian Trade Commission
Babcock & Wilcox Co.
Babcock Hitachi
Babcock Power Inc.
Baker & McKenzie LLP
Baker Hughes Inc.
Ballard Spahr, LLP
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Barnard College & Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Basic Systems, Inc.
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
Bassett Mechanical
Battelle Memorial Institute
Bechtel Power Corporation
BEG, University of Texas
Beijing University of Chemical Technology Bellona Europa
Bevilacqua-Knight, Inc.
Big Sky Carbon Sequestration Partnership
BillyJack Consulting Inc.
Black & Veatch
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Blue Strategies, LLC
Bluewave Resources, LLC
Boart Longyear Drilling Services
Booz Allen Hamilton
Boston University
Brandenburg University of Technology
Brightwave Energy
British Consulate-General, Houston
British Geological Survey
Brookhaven National Lab
Bryan Cave LLP
Bureau of Economic Geology / University of Texas at Austin
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management / U. S. Department of Interior
C.O. Bauer Consulting Inc.
C12 Energy Inc.
California Energy Commission
California Environmental Protection Agency CAMC
Canada's CO2 Capture & Storage Network Canadian Standards Assoc.
CANMET Energy Technology Centre CanmetENERGY
Cansolv Technologies Inc (Shell)
Capital Power Corporation
Carbon Capture and Storage Association Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
Carbon Capture Legal Programme
Carbon Capture Scientific LLC
Carbon Energy
Carbon Fluids Ltd.
Carbon Management Canada Inc.
Carbon Management Center
Carbon Management Institute, University of Wyoming
Carbon Tech Alliance
Carbon Sequestration Council
Carbon Zero Institute
Carbozyme, Inc.
Cargill Corn Milling
Carnegie Mellon University
CCEMC Grand Challenge Steering Committee
CCP Communications
CCS Consulting
CCS Nova Scotia
Cenovus Energy Inc
Center for Biofilm Engineering
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Center for Fundamentals of Subsurface Flow, UWYO
Ceylon Electricity Board
Chaparral Energy, L.L.C.
Chartis Insurance, Environmental Division
Chemistry Matters
China Huaneng Group Clean Energy Research Institute
China Shenhua Coal to Liquid and Chemical Corporation
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Chinese Petroleum Corporation
Chiyoda Corporation
Christian Albrechts University
Chrysalix Energy
Clean Air Task Force
Clean Coal and Carbon Sequestration Commission
Clean Energy Systems, Inc.
Clean Water Action
Clemson University
Clinton Foundation
CO2 Solution Technologies
Codexis, Inc.
Colorado Energy Research Institute Colorado School of Mines
Colorado Springs Utilities
Columbia University
CONSOL Energy Inc.
Consulate General of Canada
Consumers Energy
Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies
Cornell University
Corning Inc.
Cranfield University
CSIRO Energy Centre
CT Center for Advanced Technology DCNR - Topogeo Survey
demosEUROPA - Centre for European Strategy
Denbury Resources, Inc.
Dendritech, Inc.
Department of Energy and Climate Change, United Kingdom
Department of Primary Industries Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism
Development Partners
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction
Doosan Power Systems
Douvre Consultant
Dow Chemical
Dow Performance Additives
Duke Energy
Duke University
Durham University
Dynamic Materials Corporation
E & E
Eastern Research Group (ERG)
Eaton Corporation
Ecofin Research Foundation
Ecology and Environment, Inc.
EGI, University of Utah
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
Elliott Company
Elliott Group
Embassy of Canada
Emerson Process Management
Enbridge Inc
Enegis, LLC
Energy & Environmental Research Center Univ of North Dakota
Energy Commercialization, LLC
Energy Efficiency Evaluations
Energy Planning Program-Federal University of Rio De Janeiro
Energy Research Center
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
ENGO Network on CCS
Enhance Energy Inc.
EnTech Strategies
Environment Canada/Oil Gas & Alt. Energy Division
Environmental Protection Agency
ERCB/Alberta Geological Survey
ESG Solutions
Evonik Degussa GmbH
ExchangeMonitor Publications & Forums
Exxon Mobil Corporation
Fluor Corp
Foster Wheeler North America Corp FuelCell Energy, Inc
Fundación Ciudad de la Energía
Fusion Petroleum Technologies FutureGen
Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd.
Gas Technology Institute
Gassnova SF
Genencor, A Danisco Division
General Electric
GenPower Development
Geological Storage Consultants, LLC Geological Survey of Alabama
Geological Survey of Canada
Geology & Geophysics/Univ. of Wyoming Geoscience Australia
GHG Reduction Technologies Monitor
Global Carbon Capture & Storage Institute
Golder Associates
Government of Alberta
Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Great Plains Institute
Green Technology Ltd Co.
GreenFire Energy
Gulf Coast Carbon Center - TX Bureau of Economic Geology
Hanyang University
Harvard University
Herriot Watt University
Howden Buffalo Inc
Howden Global
Howden Group
HTC Purenergy
Humphrey School, University of Minnesota HunterNet Co-Operative Ltd
Hunton & Williams LLP
Hydrogen Energy
Hyundai Kia Motors
ICF International
Idaho National Laboratory
IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme
IIT, Delhi
Illinois Commerce Commission
Illinois State Geological Survey
Imperial College London
Independent Institute for Environmental Issues
Indiana Geological Survey
Indiana Public Utility Commission
Indiana University-SPEA
Industrial Technology Research Institute
InnoSepra LLC
INPEX Corporation
INRS-ETE, Québec, Canada
Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS
Integrated CO2 Network
ICO2N International Energy Agency
Iogen Corporation
ION Engineering
Jamestown Board of Public Utilities
Japan Electric Power Information Center
Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
JM Energy
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Joule Unlimited Technologies
Kansas Geological Survey
Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet
Kentucky Geological Survey
KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company,Inc.
Kepco Research Institute/Green Growth Laboratory
KeyLogic Systems
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Korea Carbon Capture and Sequestration R&D Center(KCRC)
Korea Electric Power Research Institute
Korea Institute of Energy Research
Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
Korea University
L.E.K. Consulting
Lanxess Sybron Chemical Co.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Leonardo Technologies, Inc.
Leucadia Energy, LLC / Steptoe & Johnson LLP
LI-COR Biosciences
Lincoln University
Lockheed Martin
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute
Lynntech, Inc
Malcolm Pirnie Inc.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MDA Geospatial Services Inc.
Media Green, INc
Melzer Consulting
Membrane Technology & Research, Inc.
Merchant Consulting
Metso Power
Mesa Photonics
MicroSeismic, Inc.
Midwest Generation EME
Midwest Research Institute
Minerals Management Service
Ministry of Environment
Ministry of Power & Energy
Ministry of the Economy / Government of Saskatchewan
Ministry of Water & Power, Government of Pakistan
Minnesota Public Utility Commission
Missouri S&T
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,LTD.
Mitsubishi Int'l Corp
Montana State University
Mowrey Meezan Coddington Cloud LLP
Nanos America
NanoSonic, Inc.
National Energy Technology Laboratory National Grid
National Institute of Clean and Low Carbon Energy, China
National Institute of Standards & Technology
Natural Resources Canada
Natural Resources Defense Council Nature
NEED Project
Neumann Systems Group
New Media Strategies
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Nexant, Inc.
Nicholas Institute
Nippon Steel Engineering Co, Ltd.
NiSource Gas Transmission & Storage NIST
Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
Novozymes North America Inc.
NRCCE/US China Energy Center
NYU Stern  
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ohio Geological Survey
Optimized Gas Treating, Inc.
Orchard Material Technology
PA Consulting Group
PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resource
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Parsons Brinckerhoff
Paulsson, Inc.
Peabody Energy
Pembina Institute
Penn State University
Pennsylvania Geological Survey
Performance Results Corporation
Petra Nova LLC
Petroleum Technology Research Centre
Petroleum Technology Transfer Council Phillips Lytle LLP
Planetart Emissions Management, Inc. Platts
Politecnico di Milano
Power Engineering Magazine
Powerspan Corp.
Praxair, Inc.
Princeton University
Process Group
Process Systems Enterprise Ltd
Pure Energy Partners
Railroad Commission of Texas
Ramgen Power Systems
Research Experience in Carbon Sequestration
Research Institute of Industrial S&T
Rhead Group
Richland Community College
RTI International
S&ME, Inc.
San Diego State University
Sandia National Laboratories
Sandia Technologies, LLC
Saskatchewan Energy and Resources
Saskatchewan Power Corporation
Sasol New Energy
Sasol Sahred Services, A Divison of Sasol Group Services
Saudi Aramco
Science Communications
Scottish European Green Energy Centre
SCS Energy
Selas Fluid Processing Corporation
Seoul National University
Setaram Inc.
Shaw Group
Shenhua Group
Siemens Energy
Sinotech engineering consultants, Inc.
SK E&C USA, Inc.
Solidia Technologies
South African Centre for CCS
Southern California Edison
Southern Company
Southern States Energy Board/SECARB
Southern Ute Alternative Energy
Spectra Energy
SRI International
Stanford University
Stantec Consulting
Statoil ASA
Stoel Rives LLP
Sulzer Chemtech USA
Suncor Energy Inc.
SUERC, University of Glasgow
Summit Power Group, LLC
Sustainable Growth Co.
Tampa Electric Company
Taiwan Power Company
Technovation Partners
Teledyne Isco
Telemark University College
Tenaska, Inc.
Tennessee Valley Authority
Terralog Technologies USA, Inc.
Tetra Tech
Texas A&M University
The Cadmus Group, Inc.
The CarbonNet Project
The Catalyst Group
The Climate Group
The Energy Technologies Institute LLP
The Keystone Center
The Ohio State University
The Permedia Research Group
The Physical Society of Republic of China
The Research Council of Norway
The Tauri Group
The University of Tokyo
TransAlta Corporation
Tri-State Generation & Transmission
Triana Energy
Trimeric Corporation
Tsinghua University
Tuskegee University
Twenty-First Strategies
U.S. Air Force
U.S. Carbon Sequestration Council
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Energy Association
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Geological Survey
U.S. Steel Corporation
UK Dept of Energy & Climate Change United Environment & Energy LLC
Univ. of Edinburgh, Scottish Centre for Carbon Storage
Univ. of Maryland Energy Research Center
Univ. of Utah
University of Alabama
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Alaska
University of Bergen
University of California San Diego
University of California, Davis
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Connecticut
University of Delaware
University of Edinburgh
University of Groningen
University of Hartford
University of Houston
University of Illinois
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Kentucky
University of Leeds
University of Minnesota
University of Mississippi
University of North Dakota
University of Notre Dame
University of Nottingham
University of Pittsburgh
University of Saskatchewan
University of South Carolina
University of Texas
University of Texas at El Paso
University of Texas Austin
University of Utah
University of Virginia
University of Waterloo
University of Wyoming
URS Corporation
Vallourec & Mannesmann Tubes
Van Ness Feldman
Virginia Tech
Wade LLC
Washington State University
Washington University in St Louis Weatherford International
Wellford Energy Advisors
West Virginia University
Western Michigan University
Weyburn-Midale Project
World Bank
World Resources Institute WorleyParsons Group, Inc.
Wormser Energy Solutions Inc.
WVU Research Corporation
Wyoming Carbon Capture & Storage Technology Institute
Wyoming State Geological Survey XPrize
Yonsei University
Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
Zero Emissions Platform (ZEP)
Zero Emission Resources Organization Zerogen


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Speaker / Presenter Information

Format Templates

Power Point Presentation Template   Technical Paper Presentation Guidelines  

Poster Presentation Guidelines

File Upload Instructions & Link


  • As a "best practice," we always recommend that in addition to uploading your file, you bring your presentation with you to the conference on a USB flash drive

  • If you have any questions, please contact the Forums office at 202-296-2814, or via email at

Oral/Technical Paper (PM Session) Presenters:


Please submit your Power Point Presentation for your oral presentation (in PPT or PPTX format) via the abstract submission site ( no later than Friday, April 11, 2014.



Additionally, you may elect to have EITHER your PowerPoint Presentation (in PDF format), OR your technical paper (in PDF format) included in the proceedings. Please submit the version to be used in the proceedings via the abstract submission site ( no later than Friday, May 9, 2014.


NOTE: *******You must be the primary contact or the presenter to upload a presentation.*******

Submit an Oral Presentation or Proceedings File


Poster Presenters:


Please submit the PDF version of your Poster or your technical paper via the abstract submission site ( no later than Friday, May 9, 2014.


NOTE: You may submit EITHER your technical paper version in PDF format OR your Poster presentation in PDF format. Only one version will be included in the proceedings.


NOTE: *******You must be the primary contact or the presenter to upload a presentation.*******


Submit a Proceedings File


Plenary Sessions (AM Session) Presenters:

You may elect to submit your Power Point Presentation via our online file upload link. If you do not pre-load your presentation, please bring it in on a CD or USB flash drive that you can leave with us, labeled with your name and the date of your presentation.


Please name your file using the following naming convention:  "lastname_presentation day.pdf."   If you will be making more than one presentation on that day, please number them sequentially.  Example: "smith_wed1.pdf, smith_wed2.pdf"


Submit a Plenary Session Presentation


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