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Secondary Biogenic CBNG Conference|Center for Biogenic Natural Gas Research

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Dr. Michael Urynowicz
Director
Center for Biogenic Natural Gas Research
1000 E. University Ave.
Dept. 3295
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-4398
Email: murynowi@uwyo.edu
   

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Secondary Biogenic Coal Bed Natural Gas International Conference

The Secondary Biogenic Coal Bed Natural Gas International Conference was held on June 20-21, 2012 at the University of Wyoming Conference Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Laramie, Wyoming.  The field tour for the conference was held on June 18-19, 2012 in the Powder River Basin.

Summary Report

Click here for a summary report of the conference.

Speaker Presentations

Click here to view videos of speaker presentations. 

Program & Abstracts

Click here to download the Secondary Biogenic Coal Bed Natural Gas International Conference program including conference abstracts.

Attendee List

Download the attendee list.

Purpose

Interest in biogenic natural gas production has grown substantially in recent years with the recognition that the operational life of depleted hydrocarbon reserves may be extended using technologies that enhance the activity of indigenous microbial communities. These technologies could also be applied to depleted coal seams located throughout the Powder River Basin with the added economic benefit of existing coal bed methane related infrastructure. The responsible development of this technology requires the proper management of a wide range of complex scientific, environmental, economic and social issues.

Field Tour Sponsored by Luca Technologies Inc.

Click here for the Secondary Biogenic Coal Bed Natural Gas International Conference field tour report.

Student Awards                       

Next Fuel Incorporated presented four cash awards to students presenting oral talks as well as poster presentations. 

Presented By

Center for Biogenic Natural Gas Research

School of Energy Resources

College of Engineering & Applied Science

University of Wyoming

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