Holly Krutka, Executive Director, University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources Jason Begger, ITC Stakeholder Relations Director The Wyoming Integrated Test Center (ITC)’s year was marked by significant achievements in advancing the commercial readiness of carbon management technologies. From completion of project construction to testing on the largest carbon capture project at the facility to […]
The ITC welcomes Membrane Technology & Research and Kawasaki Heavy Industries as the companies’ two carbon capture projects move to the large-scale testing phase.
The Wyoming Integrated Test Center was officially inducted into the International Test Center Network (ITCN) in October of 2022.
The Wyoming ITC and the work occurring with MTR were highlighted in this month’s issue of the Climate Change Business Journal.
Wyoming’s Integrated Test Center will host one of two projects selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for Phase III funding of a large-scale pilot carbon capture project.
Jason Begger, Managing Director of the ITC, is testifying this morning during the Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resource’s hearing on Carbon Utilization technologies. His testimony highlighted the importance of carbon research and investments in infrastructure that allow for technologies to be scaled up to commercialization.
In the culmination of a six-year engineering competition, the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE announced the final winners for both the coal – and natural gas – tracks.
Today’s modern coal plants are not your daddy’s coal plants. And we recently found out about a unique engineering contest being held to make them even cleaner. We’re off to northeast Wyoming near the town of Gillette. Read the article here.
A new analysis by the Great Plains Institute and the University of Wyoming describes possible steps that industries in the U.S. can take to lower their carbon dioxide emissions. They propose using carbon capture technology and transportation infrastructure that moves the carbon dioxide to storage locations underground. Read the article here.
As we begin slowly turning a corner in the COVID-19 crisis, Wyoming is uniquely poised to not only help meet our domestic energy demands but supply a growing international market. To do so, we must continue to invest in our energy infrastructure and ensure we have the best, most innovative energy technologies. Read the article here.