In this webinar, presenters describe and examine potential LNG (liquefied natural gas) hazards and risk-reduction methods for the LNG value chain ― production and consumption.
AIChE communities that address energy-related topics include:
- Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
- Environmental Division
- Fuels & Petrochemicals Division
- Nuclear Engineering Division
- Process Development Division
- Sustainability Engineering Forum
- Transport and Energy Processes Division
- Research and New Technology Committee
Though hydraulic fracturing is far from new technology, shale gas development utilizing fracking currently faces mounting regulatory scrutiny at federal and state levels.
Get an overview of research activities in the area of nanostructured carbon materials with a focus on supercapacitors and other energy-related applications.
Algae provides one solution to help the US reduce its dependence on foreign oil and create new green jobs. Barry Cohen and Will Thurmond will discuss both the technology and the commercial framework for the New Green Crude.
Development of shale gas and oil resources in the United States has resulted in significant byproduct production of natural gas liquids, which has reversed the declining trend in US NGL production experienced at the turn of the century.
AIChE and the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) join forces in this 90-minute panel discussion about how EPA’s Boiler MACT rules will change business operations.
Wider adoption of waste-to-energy technology promises to bring changes to industries beyond energy generation and waste management.
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