Carbon Capture: A Pathway for Meeting Pennsylvania’s Environmental and Economic Goals

Energy producing states are looking at carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) as a useful option for reducing greenhouse gas emissions while ensuring energy supply and spurring development of new markets for alternative fuels like hydrogen. However, deploying CCUS as a statewide strategy requires comprehensive planning and cooperation among state and federal agencies, along with the private sector.
 Can CCUS help Pennsylvania meet its dual energy and environmental goals? This webinar will explore how the state might develop a roadmap for deploying carbon capture to reduce emissions while developing and expanding energy markets to support economic growth.


Lou Hrkman
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, U.S. Dept of Energy


Honorable Sharif Street
Pennsylvania Senate, 3rd Senatorial District
Denise Brinley
Executive Director, Pennsylvania Office of Energy
Nigel Jenvey
Global Head of Carbon Management, Gaffney, Cine & Associates
Bob Perciasepe
President, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
John Quigley
Director, Center for Environment, Energy, & Economy, Harrisburg University
Edward S. Rubin
Professor of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
John Thompson
Technology and Markets Director, Clean Air Task Force
Davitt Woodwell
President, Pennsylvania Environmental Council
Martin Williams
State Legislative Affairs, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
Jeffrey Bobeck — Moderator
Senior Advisor, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Anna J. Siefken — Moderator
Executive Director, CMU Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation