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Carbon Management Institute

Energy Innovation Center (EIC)

Dept. 4902

1000 E. University Avenue

Physical Location:

1020 E. Lewis St.

Shipping & Receiving:

16th & Gibbon

Laramie, WY 82071-2000

Phone: 307 766-6216


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The Carbon Management Institute

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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Book Release

CMI releases new book! "Geological CO2 Storage Characterization: The Key to Deploying Clean Fossil Energy Technology"
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