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Carbon Capture & Storage Summit

June 10-12, 2024 ~ Minneapolis, MN
Co-located with the International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo

Capturing and storing carbon dioxide in underground wells has the potential to become the most consequential technological deployment in the history of the broader biofuels industry. Deploying effective carbon capture and storage at biofuels plants will cement ethanol and biodiesel as the lowest carbon liquid fuels commercially available in the marketplace. The Carbon Capture & Storage Summit will offer attendees a comprehensive look at the economics of carbon capture and storage, the infrastructure required to make it possible and the financial and marketplace impacts to participating producers.


Access to all events at one price - including admission to all conference sessions (co-located events, plenary sessions and breakout sessions), entry to the Expo, all meal functions, and speaker presentations (available on conference app during the event). Producers Attend for Free.


If you have any questions on registration or rates please give us a call at 866-746-8385.

Call for Abstracts is Closed

The deadline for submitting abstracts was February 9, 2024.

Although the abstract deadline has passed, speaking and moderating opportunities may still be available.

Have additional questions? Please send inquiries to:
Danielle Piekarski, Program Coordinator


Monday, June 10

8:00 am - 3:30 pm FEW Golf Outing
Legends Golf Club
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8:30 am - 10:00 am Concurrent Panels - View Additional Panels
Carbon Capture & Storage Summit

An Exploration of the Methodologies for Determining Well Site Viability for CCS Projects

  • Dylan Hart, CCS Subsurface Solutions Lead, Black & Veatch Corp.
    Site Screening for Carbon Sequestration Injection Wells
  • Kellyn Modlin, Project Comptroller, SCS Engineers
    CO2 Project Cost Analysis: A Practical Tool to Determine Project Viability
  • Tug Eiden, Principal CCUS Advisor, Trihydro Corporation
    CCUS Value Impacts of Installing a Stratigraphic Test Well
  • Zach Freund, Reservoir Engineer, Advanced Resources International
    Drilling Wells for CCS: How is it Different from Oil and Gas?
10:00 pm - 10:30 pm Refreshment Break
10:30 am - 12:00 pm Concurrent Panels - View Additional Panels
Carbon Capture & Storage Summit

Lessons Learned: What the First CCS Projects Can Teach Developers About Project Feasibility, Pathway Verification and Monitoring/Reporting/Verification

Moderator: Caitlin deBoer, Business Development, Gas Liquids Engineering
  • Danielle Anderson, Senior Government Policy & Advocacy Manager, Christianson PLLP
    Experiences from the First CCS Pathway Verification Process
  • David LaGreca, Director of Voluntary Carbon Markets, EcoEngineers
    CCS Case Study: The First And Largest Carbon Removal Credit Project
  • Tug Eiden, Principal CCUS Advisor, Trihydro Corporation
    The Value of Conducting an Initial Feasibility Study for CCUS Projects
  • Joy Frank-Collins, Marketing and Communications Specialist, Battelle
    Community Benefits Plans 101 – What They Are, Why We Need Them, And Tips On Effective Execution
Noon - 1:00 pm Networking Lunch
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Concurrent Panels - View Additional Panels
Carbon Capture & Storage Summit

Important Measurement and Monitoring Considerations for CCS Project Developers

  • Lara Petrishchev, Refining & Sustainability Marketing Manager, Emerson
    Instrumentation Technologies to Address Carbon Capture Challenges
  • Paul Mordorski, Biofuels Sector Lead, Merjent, Inc.
    Simplifying the Monitoring Approach to Carbon Capture
  • Carly Sowecke, Lead Project Geologist, Trihydro Corporation
    Establishing Triggers for Shallow Aquifer Impairment Identification
  • David King, Lead Analytics Developer, Interstates, Inc.
    Streamlining Utility Management: A Flexible Approach for Cost-Efficiency and Sustainability
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Refreshment Break
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Concurrent Panels - View Additional Panels
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Ducks in a Row: The Critical Importance of a Well-Coordinated Permitting Strategy in CCS Project Development

Moderator: Jon Cartlidge, Commercial Sales Director, Battelle
  • Hannes Zetzsche, Attorney, Baird Holm LLP
    Environmental Permitting a Carbon-Capture Project
  • Angela Ronayne, Senior Project Manager, Merjent, Inc.
    Carbon Capture and Storage - Evolving Pipeline Permitting Regulations
  • Tim Eggeman, Chief Technology Officer, New Phase Energy
    US EPA Class VI Permitting – Application Assembly and Agency Review Process
  • Maggie Van Amburg, Permitting/Data Mgmt Specialist, Trihydro Corporation
    Doing it Right the First Time, Data Management Strategies for CCS/Class VI Permitting and Monitoring Programs
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm Expo Grand Opening & Welcome Reception
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Tuesday, June 11

8:00 am - 9:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am - 11:00 am General Session
Industry Awards
Keynote Presentation
General Session Panel
11:00 am - 6:30 pm Expo Open
11:00 am - 1:00 pm Dedicated Expo Time
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
  • Lunch in the Expo
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Concurrent Tracks - See Additional Panels
Carbon Capture & Storage Summit

Leveraging Strategic Partnerships and Feasibility Analysis to Fast Track Carbon Capture Project Development Efforts

Moderator: Jon Cartlidge, Commercial Sales Director, Battelle
  • Shane Hughes, Senior Sales Manager, Toshiba America Energy Systems Corp
    Getting a Head Start on Your CCUS Project
  • Michael Hillix, Principal Geoscientist and Energy Advisor, Univ. of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center
    PCOR Partnership: a catalyst for commercial CCUS deployment
  • Spencer Crouch, Senior Program Manager, BKV dCarbon Ventures
    Rapid Development of Carbon Capture and Sequestration: BKV's Barnett Zero
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Refreshment Break in the Expo

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Concurrent Tracks - See FEW Agenda
Carbon Capture & Storage Summit

Tracing the Economic Opportunity Awaiting Ethanol Producers via Carbon Capture Deployment

  • Marcos Miranda, Research Scientist, Carbon Solutions LLC
    Understanding Key Industries In Regional and National Carbon Capture and Storage Networks CCUS Project
  • Shane Johnson, Founder & CEO, CarbonQuest
    How Distributed Carbon Capture can Support Medium-Sized Ethanol Plants and Contribute to a Local Carbon Economy
  • Brad Piggott, Senior Engineer, Trimeric Coporation
    Flow Rates and Impurities in Fermenter CO2 and Their Impact on CO2 Capture Facility Design
  • Jamie MacKinnon, Senior Vice President, Anew Climate
    Environmental Attribute Stacking and Options for CCS Enabled Ethanol Production
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm Networking Reception in the Expo

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Wednesday, June 12

7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast in the Expo
7:30 am - 1:30 pm Expo Open
8:30 am - 10:00 am Concurrent Tracks - See FEW Agenda
10:00 am - 10:30 am Refreshment Break in the Expo
10:30 am - Noon Concurrent Tracks - See FEW Agenda
Noon - 1:30 pm Networking Lunch in the Expo
1:30 pm Exhibitor Move-Out Begins
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Concurrent Tracks - See FEW Agenda
3:00 pm Sessions Conclude
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