March 4, 2014 — The University of Wyoming announced today (Tuesday) the creation of a new collaboration with Halliburton, a leading oil field services company. Halliburton is gifting $2 million to support the construction of a major new UW energy and engineering research complex. In addition, Halliburton is funding $1 million for research into unconventional reservoirs.
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Carbon Management Institute Mission Statement
To support the University of Wyoming's land-grant mission by: 1) providing the University with a balanced and experienced applied geologic and geophysics research branch focused on energy studies; 2) building upon the Institute's international expertise in the geologic storage of CO2; 3) striving to become a world-class center of techno-economic and policy carbon management solutions, including CO2 capture technologies, for the benefit of Wyoming's energy resources; 4) assessing how carbon management laws and policies may be leveraged to the benefit of Wyoming's citizens and all of Wyoming's resources; and 5) providing the University's students with world-class education in energy and carbon management matters through teaching and collaborations with other University departments and programs.
CMI's Work. Learn more here.
- Software release: by Yuri Ganshin, Chief Geophysicist, Carbon Management Institute. Read More
- Report: "Evaluating Sealing Capacity of the Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming" DOE Final Report. Read Report
- Report: "Initial Impressions of EPA's Final Section 111(b) and (d) Rules Regulating CO2 Emissions from New & Existing Power Plants", Coddington, K. Read Report
Current & Upcoming Events
June 14-16, 2016: 15th Annual CCUS Conference (CCUS Conference - Tysons, VA)
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August 29, 2013 — Maohong Fan wants to help solve an energy puzzle that will ensure Wyoming’s coal production remains viable for decades to come. Finding catalysts, or new materials that can be used for processing Wyoming coal, may be the key.
April 24, 2013 — Researchers at the University of Wyoming Carbon Management Institute (CMI) discovered a vast new lithium resource near Rock Springs during a geological carbon dioxide storage site characterization project sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.