sequestration training, outreach, research & education

STORE Master Schedule

Upcoming STORE events:

January 28-30, 2014

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: University of Texas UTCCS-2 Conference

STORE will help host a collaborative meeting of the three UT CCS groups: GCCC, Texas Carbon Management Program, and Joint Industry Project for Geologic Storage at the second University of Texas Carbon Capture and Storage Conference (UTCCS-2) in Austin, Texas. 

March, 2014

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

Several STORE members from the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin will collaborate to introduce carbon capture and storage technology to their incoming class of freshmen engineers.

April, 2014

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

STORE members will teach a module on CO2 storage to graduate students in petroleum and geosystems engineering as part of a UT Austin course, “Geological Concepts for Engineers.” 

April 2014 (date to be determined)

STORE Outreach: GirlTalk: Conversations on Energy, Climate and Water.

STORE will partner with GirlTalk for a hands-on STEM program. The half-day event will be held in the Austin area. More information at www.girlstalkscience.org

July 6-11, 2014 (date to be confirmed)

STORE Training: 8th IEAGHG International CCS Summer School

STORE will host the 8th IEAGHG International CCS Summer School at The University of Texas at Austin for 60 graduate students and post-docs from around the world. The Summer School emphasizes attendance by students from developing countries and has a record of approximately 30% of its past participants from these nations. For sponsorship opportunity, please contact Hilary Olson (holson at austin.utexas.edu).

October 5-9, 2014

STORE Education: 12th International Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference

STORE will assist with student aspects of the 12th IEAGHGT Conference to be held in Austin, Texas with the University of Texas at Austin as the host.
 


 

Past STORE events: 

August 28, 2013

STORE Training: Webinar Series on CO2 Storage in Spanish

Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez of STORE and the Gulf Coast Carbon Center is partnering with the Global CCS Institute to present a 3-part webinar series on CO2 Storage in Spanish. The webinars are part of a capacity development program with the Mexican Academic Council of Earth Science Schools on the education of carbon capture and storage. The first webinar focused on ‘Methodologies and guidelines for selection of storage sites in saline aquifers’.
 

July 21-26, 2013

STORE Training: 7th IEAGHG International CCS Summer School

Members of STORE participated in the 7th IEAGHG International CCS Summer School at the University of Nottingham, UK, serving as presenter and mentors.
 

July 9, 2013

STORE Education: Role of Computation in Protecting the Environment

Members of STORE partnered with Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovations (CDI) to host high school teachers and students for a one-day workshop entitled "The Role of Computation in Protecting the Environment", hosted at the Bureau of Economic Geology in Austin, Texas. More information on the workshop.
 

June 27-28, 2013

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Carbon Storage

Members of STORE ran a two-day workshop at UT Austin focused on integrating geology, petrophysics, reservoir engineering and geomechanics in the design of a carbon storage facility for the Summer Undergraduate Research Internship (SURI) program at The University of Texas at Austin Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (UT PGE) Department. The program enables undergraduates to research hot energy topics with world-class faculty members. 

June 22, 2013

STORE Education: Introductory Central Texas Geology Field Trip

Members of STORE led a field trip focused on sedimentary geology for the Summer Undergraduate Research Internship (SURI) program at The University of Texas at Austin Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (UT PGE) Department. The program enables undergraduates to research hot energy topics with world-class faculty members. 
 

June 13, 2013

STORE Education: EarthLabs - Confronting the Challenges of Climate

Members of STORE participated as instructors in a workshop on Confronting the Challenges of Climate Literacy in partnership with an EarthLabs workshop at The University of Texas at Austin for high school teachers.
 

April 13, 2013

STORE Outreach: GirlTalk: Conversations on Energy, Climate and Water.

STORE partnered with GirlTalk for a hands-on STEM program. The half-day event was held at St. Gabriel's Catholic School for 5th-8th grade girls. More information at www.girlstalkscience.org
 

April 8, 2013

STORE Education: Carbon Capture and Geologic Storage

STORE member Tip Meckel introduced Geological Carbon Storage to a class of graduate students in petroleum engineering. The lecture was recorded by the Faculty Innovation Center at UT Austin and made available on the STORE website.

April 5, 2013

STORE Training: Carbon Capture and Geologic Storage: Global Research Centered in Texas

A half-day open house on carbon capture and storage at the Bureau of Economic Geology and UT JJ Pickle Campus during the Geological Society of America South Central Section Annual Meeting at The University of Texas at Austin. 
 

April 5, 2013

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

STORE members taught a module on CO2 storage to graduate students in petroleum and geosystems engineering as part of a UT Austin course, “Geological Concepts for Engineers.”
 

April 1-4, 2013

STORE Education: Tópicos Avançados em Captura e Armazenamento de Carbono

Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez of STORE and the Gulf Coast Carbon Center served as an instructor for an advanced course on Carbon Capture and Storage sponsored by The Center of Excellence in Research and Innovation in Petroleum, Mineral Resources and Carbon Storage (CEPAC)and the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF). Location: Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre, Brazil. Course information

March25-29 (Mon-Fri), 2013

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

STORE members from the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin taught a core workshop from STORE activities to graduate students in petroleum and geosystems engineering as part of a UT Austin course, “Geological Concepts for Engineers.” 

March18-22 (Mon-Fri), 2013

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

Several STORE members from the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin collaborated to introduce carbon capture and storage technology to their incoming class of freshmen engineers.

March 2 (Sat), 2013

STORE Outreach: What to do with CO2: Cures for the Feverish Earth

An outreach booth at The University of Texas at Austin's 14th annual Explore UT, a day of events, performances, exhibits, lectures and activities for the entire family, with more than 50,000 K-12 students on the campus.

February 20, 2013

STORE Outreach: Austin Energy Regional Science Festival

STORE member Katherine Romanak mentored a 5th-grade student in a science fair project on CO2 and Ocean Acidification. The student advanced to the Austin Energy Regional Science Festival where he the project won a blue ribbon. You can read more about the student's project here.
 

November 18-22, 2012

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: GHGT-11

STORE members attended the GHGT-11 meeting in Kyoto, Japan to present papers on research and outreach efforts.
 

November 26-December 7, 2012

STORE Outreach: UNFCCC and COP18

STORE attended the UNFCCC and COP18 meeting in Qatar to promote technology transfer of carbon storage technology. STORE co-hosted a side event on capacity building in partnership with the Carbon Capture and Storage Association. In addition, STORE had an exhibits booth on capacity building programs at the meeting.

September 21, 2012

STORE Research and Tech Transfer and Outreach: Exchange on Research and Outreach with Representatives of Japan CCS Co., Ltd.

Along with the Gulf Coast Carbon Center, STORE helped host visitors from JCCS (involved in the Tomakomai Project), to exchange ideas on research, tech transfer and outreach related to CCS. 

August 20-23, 2012

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: DOE NETL Carbon Storage R&D Project Review Meeting

STORE members gave a report on their training, outreach, research and tech transfer, and education activities at the review meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

July 30-August 3, 2012

STORE Education: Curso Básico (1) “Compreendendo a Captura e o Armazenamento de Carbono”

Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez of STORE and the Gulf Coast Carbon Center served as an instructor for an introductory course on Carbon Capture and Storage, sponsored by The Center of Excellence in Research and Innovation in Petroleum, Mineral Resources and Carbon Storage (CEPAC)and the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF). Location: Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre, Brazil.

June 28 (Thu), 2012

STORE Education: Energy, Engineering and the Environment

STORE members partnered with the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin and The Texas Regional Collaboratives for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching (TRC) to host teachers from the 18th Annual TRC Meeting for a Symposium on Energy, Engineering and the Environment. STORE participants included: Dr. Paul Bommer, Dr. Matt Balhoff and Dr. Sue Hovorka. The symposium was hosted at the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department. Parners include: Shell Oil Company, TXESS Revolution program at UT Austin and the Education, Training and Outreach Program at the Center for Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering. Learn more about the event.

June 27 (Wed), 2012

STORE Education: Making a Difference in the Field of Energy and the Environment

STORE member Dr. Katherine Romanak spoke at the 18th Annual Meeting of The Texas Regional Collaboratives for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching (TRC). The talk was given at The Arboretum in Austin, Texas.

June 13 (Wed), 2012

STORE Education: Energy and the Environment: Intersection of Science, Technology and International Climate Policy in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

Hilary Olson of STORE presented a session on CCS and international policy at "Confronting the Challenges of Climate Literacy: A Summer Workshop for High School Teachers". Partners include: Center for Science Teaching and Learning at TERC in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Science Education Resource Center (SERC) at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, and the TXESS Revolution program at The University of Texas at Austin.

March 3 (Sat), 2012

STORE Outreach: What to do with CO2: Cures for the Feverish Earth

An outreach booth at The University of Texas at Austin's 13th annual Explore UT, a day of events, performances, exhibits, lectures and activities for the entire family, with more than 50,000 K-12 students on the campus.

February 9 (Thu), 2012

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Carbon Management Technology Conference

As part of the 2012 Carbon Management Technology Conference, to be held 7–9 February, 2012 in Orlando, Florida, STORE member Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez presented a manuscript entitled “Subsurface monitoring of Large Scale CO2 Injection at SECARB’s Phase-III Cranfield Site”, in the “Monitoring Session” of the Technical Program. The manuscript is under review for publication in the SPE Journal.

February 6-10, 2012

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

STORE members from the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin collaborated to introduce carbon capture and storage technology to senior petroleum engineering students and graduate students in petroleum, geosystems, mechanical and geotechnical engineering. Students impacted=57.

February 3-6 (Fri-Mon), 2012

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Tim Dixon of IEAGHG at The University of Texas at Austin

In conjunction with the Gulf Coast Carbon Center and the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at UT Austin, STORE hosted a visit from Tim Dixon (Manager CCS and Regulatory Affairs, IEAGHG). During his visit, Tim presented "Energy and the Environment: the Intersection of Science, Technology and International Climate Policy in Carbon Capture and Storage" for professionals at the Bureau of Economic Geology, undergraduate freshmen in the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, and graduate students in the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering and the Department of Chemical Engineering. He also visited the Luminant Capture Facility on campus and promoted the IEAGHG CCS Summer School Program. Read more about the event.

January 30 (Mon), 2012

STORE Education: Grand Challenges Scholars Program Presentation

Dr. Katherine Romanak spoke as part of the National Academy of Engineering initiative called the Longhorn Grand Challenges Scholars Program at The University of Texas at Austin. Find out more and to view the video of the presentation "Geologic CO2 Storage".

January 30-February 2 (Mon-Fri), 2012

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

Several STORE members from the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin collaborated to introduce carbon capture and storage technology to their incoming class of freshmen engineers.

January 25-27 (Wed-Fri), 2012

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: University of Texas UTCCS-1 Conference

STORE and GCCC hosted a session on Knowledge Sharing at the first University of Texas Carbon Capture and Storage Conference (UTCCS-1) in Austin, Texas.

January 19 (Thu), 2012

STORE Education: Carbon Capture and Storage and EOR in Texas Workshop

STORE members Jon Olson, Hilary Olson and Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez were sponsored by Chevron and partner with Denbury Resources to put on an educational workshop for 50 visiting students from the University of Stavanger who are visiting the United States.

December 6 (Tue), 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting

Members of STORE co-chaired (Katherine Romanak) and presented (Romat a session entitled "Combining Learnings From Natural Releases of CO2 for CO2 Storage: Processes, Impacts, and Scale" at the AGU Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. View the abstracts of papers and posters presented at this session by STORE members.

December 5 (Mon), 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: CCS, MRV and Texas Workshop

In partnership with the Texas Carbon Capture and Storage Association, STORE co-hosted a pre-conference workshop on Monday morning before the start of the CO2 Conference hosted in Houston, Texas. Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez of STORE presented on "Monitoring CO2 Retention in an EOR Setting" at the workshop. View the workshop agenda.

December 2-3 (Fri-Sat), 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Carbon Capture and Storage Workshop

Members of STORE collaborated with the UK Consulate in Houston to host a workshop for international visitors on carbon capture and storage at The University of Texas in Austin. Find out more about the workshop.

December 2 (Fri), 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Petroleum Engineering Club of Dallas

STORE member Vanessa Nuñez-Lopez presented a talk on Carbon Capture and Storage at the Petroleum Engineering Club of Dallas to a group of 60 of its members. Find out more about the presentation.

November 27-December 4 (Sat-Sun), 2011

STORE Outreach: United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17/CMP7)

Hilary Olson and Katherine Romanak of STORE attended the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa (Nov. 27-Dec. 4). Dr. Romanak presented a talk on "Geologic Carbon Storage: Monitoring and Environmental Impacts" at a side event sponsored by the Carbon Capture & Storage Association at the conference. Drs. Olson and Romanak helped draft the end of conference statement for the RINGOs. Read more about our involvement at the Durban meeting.

November 15-16 (Tue-Wed), 2011
STORE Reporting: 2011 Carbon Storage Program Infrastructure Annual Review Meeting, sponsored by the Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Members of STORE attended, presented and hosted a booth at the Carbon Storage Program Infrastructure Annual Review Meeting (featuring DOE's Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships) in Pittsburgh, PA.

October 20-22 (Thu-Sat), 2011

STORE Education: Florida Association of Science Teachers 2011 Meeting

STORE, in partnership with the TXESS Revolution, provided the keynote speakers on Energy and Climate Mitigation Technology, along with workshops for teachers and science specialists, at the 2011 Florida Association of Science Teachers Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida. Find out more about STORE activities at the conference.

October 7-8 (Fri-Sat), 2011

STORE Education: Energy and You in the 21st Century

The Fall 2011 Rio Grande Valley Science Association Annual Conference was attended by over 500 teachers from across the Rio Grande Valley, October 7-8, 2011, at PSJA (Pharr-San Juan-Alamo) North High School in Pharr, Texas. STORE provided the opening speaker and several workshops for the conference, highlighting energy sources and challenges, as well as carbon sequestration. Find out more about STORE activities at the meeting.

September 28 (Wed) 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Midwestern Governors Association Delegation

The Midwestern Governors Association (MGA), in partnership with the Great Plains Institute (GPI), the University of Texas’ Alliance for Sequestration Training, Outreach, Research and Education (STORE), Denbury Resources, Southern Co. and the Southern States Energy Board (SSEB), organized a public-private regional delegation to Texas and Mississippi during September 27-30 to focus on commercial enhanced oil recovery using carbon dioxide for tertiary production, or CO2-EOR. The delegation visited commercial CO2-EOR operations and receive expert briefings about technical, economic, project development, and environmental aspects of EOR and about successful policies and public-private partnerships that have helped expand the commercial CO2-EOR industry in the Gulf Coast region, including opportunities for using this technology for storage of CO2. Find out more about the meeting and STORE workshop.

September 25 (Sun), 2011

STORE Outreach: What to do with CO2: Cures for the Feverish Earth

A booth at the Women in Science Annual Event, inspiring young women to pursue career in science, September 25, 2011, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Austin TX. In partnership with the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at UT Austin, STORE provided hands-on activities on rock properties, hydrocarbon exploration and CO2 storage. Find out more about the event.

September 7-8 (Wed-Thu), 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Workshop - UNFCCC Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

STORE member Dr. Katherine Romanak presents about groundwater protection at a technical workshop organized on the subject of modalities and procedures for carbon dioxide capture and storage in geological formations as clean development mechanism project activities. The workshop is being held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Dr. Romanak is among the 150 experts (drawn from governments, intergovernmental organizations, and non-governmental organizations, including business, environmental, and research groups) invited to participate in the meeting. Find out more about the workshop.

August 28-September 1 (Sun-Thu), 2011

STORE Outreach: Kerr Investigation Outreach Communication

STORE tracked the scientific investigation work of Dr. Katherine Romanak as she lead the Kerr Investigation for IPAC-CO2 in Saskatchewan, Canada. Find out more about the outreach.

August 24-December 16, 2011

STORE Education: GEO391 (unique number 27140)

A cross-disciplinary, project-based course for students at The University of Texas at Austin covering new technology for greenhouse gas emissions reductions is offered fall 2011. Find out more about the course offering.

August 22-23 (Mon-Tue), 2011

STORE Education and Training: Emerging Workforce Trends in the U.S. Energy and Mining Industries

The National Research Council is conducting a study entitled, "Emerging Workforce Trends in the U.S. Energy and Mining Industries", which is sponsored by the National Energy Technology Laboratory. The third meeting of the study committee will be held August 22-24, 2011 in Golden, CO. The study will examine the need for and availability of workers for the oil, natural gas, coal, geologic carbon sequestration, nuclear, geothermal, solar, wind, and non-fuel minerals industries and the availability of workers in these fields, and will make recommendations on actions needed to meet these labor requirements. Dr. Jon Olson of STORE and the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at UT Austin has been invited to meet with the committee to discuss engineering enrollment, education and training issues with regard to the oil and gas sector and geologic carbon sequestration.

August 20 (Sat), 2011

STORE Education: Energy Resources: Engineering and Earth Science Concepts for the Classroom

In partnership with The University of Texas Pan American Texas Regional Collaborative for Excellence in Science Teaching (Edinburg, TX) and the TeXas Earth and Space Science (TXESS) Revolution, STORE will provide instruction on energy, climate and carbon sequestration to K-12 science teachers from South Texas. Find out more about the workshop. Find out more about the workshop.

June 13-25 (Sun-Sat), 2011

STORE Education: Energy, Climate and Water in the 21st Century

In collaboration with TXESS Revolution, STORE provided instructors for a two-week professional development workshop for K-12 teachers at The University of Texas at Austin on Energy, Climate and Water in the 21st Century. STORE discussed various energy resources, water monitoring and climate change mitigation technologies (carbon sequestration) at the workshop. Read more about the event.

June 6-10 (Mon-Fri), 2011

STORE Outreach: Energy and You in the 21st Century

In partnership with the Rio Grande Valley Science Association, STORE participated in an energy workshop for 6th- to 8th-grade girls from the Rio Grande Valley area as part of the organization's Engaging Girls in Science Camp. Read about the workshop.

May 2 (Fri), 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: CO2 Goes Underground: A Texas Love Story

STORE member Rebecca Smyth was invited to talk about carbon capture and storage technology to members of the Austin Geological Society. Approximately 75 professionals attended the meeting, hosted at the Bureau of Economic Geology, and heard about the relationship between carbon sequestration and enhanced oil recovery in Texas.

April 25-29 (Mon-Fri), 2011

STORE Education: CO2 Injection for Geological Storage

Several STORE members from the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Austin collaborated to introduce carbon capture and storage technology to their incoming class of freshmen engineers.

April 8 (Fri), 2011

STORE Education: An Introduction to Carbon Sequestration

A talk by STORE member Dr. Katherine Romanak at the Environmental Science and Engineering CE 6221 Graduate Seminar for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Texas San Antonio on her work in the Southeast U.S. Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership in Cranfield Mississippi. Read more about the event.

March 7-8 (Mon-Tue),  2011

STORE Education: Energy and You: What to do with CO2

Hilary and Jon Olson, STORE members, will present a teacher professional development workshop for the GeoFORCE Texas Program, the nation's largest college prep program for Earth Sciences.

STORE's Teacher Workshop

March 5 (Sat), 2011

STORE Outreach: What to do with CO2: Cures for the Feverish Earth

An outreach booth at The University of Texas at Austin's 12th annual Explore UT, a day of events, performances, exhibits, lectures and activities for the entire family, with more than 50,000 K-12 students on the campus.

STORE's 2011 Explore UT booth

March 1 (Tue), 2011

STORE Outreach: Put It Back: Geologic Sequestration for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions

A talk by STORE member Dr. Tip Meckel at the Austin Forum on his involvement in the Southeast U.S. Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership in Cranfield Mississippi, as well as the Texas research initiative to identify sequestration potential in state offshore lands.

Dr. Meckel's Talk at the Austin Forum

February 1 (Tue), 2011

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Making Capacity Estimates for Geologic Storage of CO2 for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Projects

A seminar organized by the Florida Geological Survey with STORE member Dr. Sue Hovorka, and hosted at the USGS field office in Tallahassee, FL. Tina Roberts-Ashby of the USGS, expert in Florida capacity, also took part in the discussions.

November 9 (Tue), 2010
STORE Training: Storage of CO2 in Geologic Formations

One-day short course on CO2 Sequestration in association with SPE International Conference on CO2 Capture Storage and Utilization (Nov 10-12), New Orleans, Louisiana

View the video link about the short course featuring George Koperna, SPE International Conference on CO2
Capture Storage and Utilization
Program Committee Co-Chair

SPE International Conference on CO2 Capture Storage and Utilization website

October 26 (Tue), 2010

STORE Outreach: Carbon Capture and Storage (aka CO2 Sequestration)

Becky Smyth gives an outreach lecture to the UT QUEST group, which is part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

October 10 (Sun), 2010

STORE Training: Carbon Sequestration: Storage of CO2 in Geologic Formations

One-day short course on CO2 Sequestration in association with Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Annual Meeting (Oct 10-12) in San Antonio, Texas

GCAGS 2010 Event Page

October 5-7 (Tue-Thu), 2010
STORE Reporting: 2010 Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships Annual Review Meeting, sponsored by the Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

STORE reports on progress to the DOE, NETL, Pittsburgh, PA

October 1-2 (Fri-Sat), 2010
STORE Outreach and Education: Energy, Climate and Water in the 21st Century

An Open House on critical issues surrounding energy, water and climate at Ursuline Academy, Dallas, TX. Read about the events.

Ursuline Academy, High School female students and teachers, Friday, Oct 1, 8:30-4:00pm.

Middle School girls and their mentors, Saturday, Oct 2, 9:00am-noon.

Teacher professional development, Saturday, Oct 2, 1:00-5:00pm (3.5 hrs of CEU).

August 23-December 15, 2010

STORE Education: GEO391 (unique number 27140). A new cross-disciplinary, project-based course for students at The University of Texas at Austin covering new technology for greenhouse gas emissions reductions is offered fall 2010. Find out more about the course offering.

May 8 (Sat), 2010
STORE Research and Tech Transfer: Cranfield Sequestration Project, Mississippi, USA

Field trip to Cranfield Site for participants in IEA Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Network Meeting

STORE IEAGHG 2010 Field Trip

May 6-7 (Thu-Fri), 2010

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: IEA Greenhouse Gas 6th Monitoring Network Meeting, Natchez, Mississippi

Co-sponsorship and Steering Committee for the IEA Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Network Meeting

April  30 (Fri), 2010
STORE Outreach: What to do with CO2: Cures for the Feverish Earth

An outreach booth at Brentwood Elementary's Earth Day Celebration in Austin, TX

April  9-10 (Fri-Sat), 2010

STORE Research and Tech Transfer: CO2 EOR and Sequestration Project near Natchez, Mississippi

Pre-convention field trip to Cranfield Site for participants the 2010 AAPG Annual Convention (Apr 11-14) in New Orleans, Louisiana

STORE's AAPG 2010 Annual Meeting Field Trip

March  9-10 (Tue-Wed), 2010
STORE Research and Tech Transfer: 3rd Meeting of North America Carbon Atlas Partnership (NACAP)

Presentation in Cuernavaca, Mexico on the Gulf Coast Carbon Center's current DOE-sponsored efforts in the Gulf of Mexico at the 3rd meeting of NACAP: a partnership among Canada, Mexico and the United States to identify the sources of CO2 and the sinks for storing it in North America

March  6 (Sat), 2010

STORE Outreach: What to do with CO2: Cures for the Feverish Earth

An outreach booth at The University of Texas at Austin's 11th annual Explore UT, a day of events, performances, exhibits, lectures and activities for the entire family, with more than 50,000 K-12 students on the campus.

STORE's 2010 Explore UT booth

December  6-7 (Sun-Mon), 2009
STORE Research and Tech Transfer: UK-Texas CSS Technology and Legislation Pre-Workshop Event

UK-Texas CSS Technology and Legislation Pre-Workshop Event (before the EOR Carbon Management Workshop) for researchers studying carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) from the United Kingdom and the University of Texas at Austin, hosted by the British Consulate in Houston

STORE at the British Consulate