Special Issue on the International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2023
Achieving net zero emissions by the middle of this century is the global action goal to combat climate change. Carbon dioxide capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technology is one of the key technologies to achieve large-scale carbon emission reduction in the future, and will play a key role in long-term emission reduction and deep decarburization. The International Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Conference 2023 (ICCUSC2023) is dedicated to promote international cooperation on CCUS new technologies development, large-scale application, knowledge sharing and experience exchange. The conference will focus on the main issues and challenges on development of CCUS technology, discuss cutting-edge technologies in CO2 utilization, storage, monitoring, and safety, strengthen CCUS technology innovation, and propose the direction for CCUS technology development under the carbon neutrality goal. The topics also include digital and intelligent development of CCUS, CCUS technical, economic, environmental and social assessment, as well as development and training of talents in the field of carbon peak and carbon neutrality.
Topic AreasTHE SCOPE OF THIS ISSUE INCLUDES BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO:
- Advances in CO2 Capture Technology
- Artificial Intelligence and Simulation for CCUS
- CCUS in Unconventional Plays
- CO2 Storage in Aquifer and Gas Hydrate Formations
- CO2 Utilization and Transportation
- CO2-EOR Case Studies
- Fundamentals and Mechanisms of CO2-EOR
- Policies and Management of CCUS; Potential and Safety of CO2 Sequestration
- Well Stimulation and Fracturing in CO2 EOR
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Hamid Emami-Meybodi, Associate Professor: Pennsylvania State University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Biography: Hamid Emami-Meybodi is an Associate Professor and the Quentin E. and Louise L. Wood University Endowed Fellow in the Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering. He joined Penn State in 2015 following ten years in academia as a Research Associate and Assistant at the University of Calgary, University of Regina, and Petroleum University of Technology. His research focuses on the fluid flow and transport phenomena in porous materials, with an emphasis on the development of unconventional resources and carbon capture, utilization, and storage. He has authored and co-authored more than 50 technical publications. He is currently a Faculty Advisor for the SPE Student Chapter at Penn State, an Associate Editor for SPE Journal, and a member of SPE International - Scholarship and Fellowship Selection Committee. He received the SPE Regional Service Award in 2021, SPE Cedric K. Ferguson Medal in 2019, SPE Regional Reservoir Description and Dynamics Award in 2018, Endeavour Research Fellowship from the Australia Department of Education in 2015, Alberta Innovates-Technology Futures Award from the Alberta-Canada Government in 2014, and Energy and Environment School Fellowship from UK Energy Research Centre in 2013. He received B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Chemical and Reservoir Engineering from Petroleum University of Technology and M.Eng., M.Sc., and Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering from University of Calgary.
Siwei Meng, Senior Engineer: PetroChina Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development (email@example.com)
Biography: Dr. Siwei Meng is a senior engineer of PetroChina Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development. His research interests include comprehensive evaluation and benefit development technologies of unconventional reservoirs, and carbon dioxide fracturing for reservoir stimulation and carbon geological storage. He has undertaken more than 10 national and provincial research projects, and gained 8 provincial science and technology awards. He has published approximately 50 journal and conference papers, granted 8 invention patents, registered 4 software Copyrights, and published 5 books. He holds a Bachelor Degree of Science from University of Science and Technology of China, and a Doctor Degree of Engineering from the China University of Petroleum, Beijing.