Wider adoption of waste-to-energy technology promises to bring changes to industries beyond energy generation and waste management.
Members affiliated with the Center for Energy Initiatives periodically conduct webinars to address critical Energy topics as part of the AIChE Webinar Series. Explore Energy related Webinars below or View all on AIChE ChemE On Demand
Understand the underlying issues behind these alternative feedstocks needed for chemical manufacturing. Separation issues that need to be solved before some alternatives can become economically competitive with traditional feedstocks will also be highlighted.
Led by experts from academia, government and industry, this interactive Web Forum presents an overview of the history, the current state of development and a look into the future of natural gas shale and its extraction, along with implications of
This webinar, called 'Fukushima Daiichi: - An Update on the Current Status, Lessons Learned, and Path Forward' presents an update as to what happened, the current status at Fukushima Daiichi, and an overview of the NRC report.
Clean water is an essential resource for all life and economic activity. Yet it is becoming increasingly scarce as populations and economies grow. Join the experts and dive into current issues in the science and technology of water treatment.
Dr. Holtzapple describes the challenges of providing energy to a growing world. To address energy needs, he shows how the MixAlco process converts waste biomass into bio-gasoline.
The purpose of this webinar is to provide the AIChE membership with information on what happened and the current status at Fukushima Daiichi based on the most credible technical sources.
Natural gas, at prices significantly below BTU parity with oil for a long time to come, will certainly play a pivotal role in world energy supply and will move towards becoming the premier fuel of the world economy. A significant feature of future gas prices is that they are likely to be technology driven, similar to oil prices, rather than resources driven.
This Webinar, sponsored by South Texas Section of the AIChE, Texas Industries of the Future and AIChE Center for Energy Initiatives, was presented at the 15th Texas Industrial Energy Management Forum.
In this webinar the major approaches are classified into three categories: optimization of current equipment and operations, implementation of economic investments, and sustainment activities.
Dr. Holtzapple will describe the challenges of providing energy to a growing world. To address energy needs, he will show how the MixAlco process converts waste biomass into bio-gasoline.
David Klanecky, global director of research and development for Dow Water & Process Solutions, provides an overview of the resins and water filtration technologies helping chemical process industries to make the most of the water we have today without risking the supplies of tomorrow.
This webinar provides an overview of water and energy interdependencies, as well as examples of emerging US and international water and energy related challenges, and discusses the potential local and regional conflicts that could emerge.
Global energy and climate problems have stimulated increased efforts in synthesizing fuels and chemicals from renewable resources.
This webinar is of benefit to engineers involved in the design of chemical processes, and faculty at universities who teach courses and carry out research in process flowsheet design.
This presentation provides a high-level review of the current trends in technology and markets for biomass feedstocks and the future outlook.