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CASE STUDY: Public Communication and Collaboration for Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Technology: Acceptance, Education, and Outreach
Editor’s note: Dr. Brauer presented information on the Richland Community College / Illinois – Industry Carbon Capture and Storage project in the ACC’s May 15th Coal Q&A webcast. Dr Brauer’s presentation was titled “Carbon (Dioxide) Capture and Storage – Public … Continue reading
This post is a little late, but it is still well worth sharing. Thanks to Dale Jr. and his sister Kelley for taking the time to recognize the important role that women play in America’s energy industry.
Very glad to see MSNBC recognizing the excellent reclamation work being done at our nation’s mines. It is heartening to see the media recognizing the people who work in the mines and for equipment and service providers. Kudos to MSNBC for … Continue reading
This video from the host of the Discovery Channel show, “Dirty Jobs” is a few years old, but it is worth posting it every once in a while. Mike’s words serve as an excellent reminder for all of us that we are blessed … Continue reading
A recent Bloomberg news piece attempted to paint a UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruling as a setback for energy producer, Peabody Energy. However, when one takes a moment to read the full article, it is clear that Peabody won … Continue reading
Great ad by the people at the PA Coal Alliance!
From The Southern Illinoisan (July 16, 2013) Calling for an end to coal may be popular in some political circles, but U.S. Rep. Bill Enyart says it’s not realistic or even advisable to help the U.S. energy picture. The Democrat … Continue reading
Have you signed the end the war on coal petition at the White Houses, “We the people” page? The petition “call(s) upon the President to apologize to American coal miners, past and present, and to implement policies and actions to … Continue reading
It’s always just a matter of time. The great minds working at our universities, research centers, and in our industry will always find a way. Ohio State University researchers say they have created a process to draw energy from coal … Continue reading
The DOE is reporting success after completing the first year of testing in its research on carbon dioxide capture and storage in large saline aquifers. The test is studying the feasibility of capturing CO2 from an industrial source and storing … Continue reading