Jeff Brown, the Director of Energy Economics at the University of Wyoming's Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute was featured in a news piece focusing on a new analysis of carbon capture and storage (CCS) to mitigate climate change.
Brown’s analysis models the economics of connecting carbon capture sites across the U.S. with underground storage sites, thus helping to reduce the cost of preventing climate change.
Brown states that Wyoming will significantly benefit from CCS, through capturing industry CO2 emissions, utilizing the CO2 and storing the CO2 underground. Brown says that “Wyoming has cheap locally mined coal and an innovative oil industry that can put the carbon underground.”
Read the full interview here.
For more information please reach out to Mr. Jeffrey Brown or the Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute.
- Map connecting carbon capture sites to carbon storage sites in the U.S. (Elizabeth Abramson, Dane McFarlane, Jeff Brown)