May ACC Coal Q&A Webinar

An Innovative Carbon Capture and Sequestration Solution
with Multiple Environmental Benefits

Steve Milloy – Advisor, Necternal
Tuesday, May 15, 2018 ~ 2-3 p.m. Eastern

Interest in accelerating the development and deployment of technologies for CO2 emissions reduction is growing, as is the recognition that the cost of carbon capture and sequestration must be reduced to facilitate meaningful progress. Enhanced oil recovery is one strategy, and there are others such as direct air capture.

Scientific literature discusses the potential for terrestrial or natural carbon capture and sequestration, but ways to accomplish it have been elusive.

A new, next- generation USDA-certified “bio-based” agricultural/lawn care product offers promise. Replacing traditional fertilizers, it addresses environmental challenges caused by long-term use of fertilizers that have resulted in hard, heavily salted soils. It promotes plant growth, reduces water use AND increases soil carbon content. Recent testing showed an increase of soil carbon content of 30 percent in as little as three months.

Join us as Steve Milloy discusses this innovative solution for carbon sequestration and storage and the potential to store huge amounts of CO2 via cropland, farms, turf, aquaculture and timberland. 
Register Today:
There is no charge for members of the American Coal Council, but pre-registration is required.
Non-members may register for a fee of $50.

11. May 2018 by Terry Headley
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