Removal of Carbon Dioxide from Coal-Fired Power Plant Flue Gas

Tuesday, October 21, 2014, 6:30pm-9:00pm MDT
Event format: 
In-Person / Local
Posted by Laura Moes
1975 Mile High Stadium Circle
Denver, CO
United States

Speaker: Mr. Donald M. Shattuck, Senior Environmental Engineer at Halker Consulting 

Please RSVP by FRIDAY, October 17th  (early RSVPs are greatly appreciated!)  You may RSVP via email at indicating your name, phone number, and number of attendees and pay at the meeting. Or you may RSVP and pay online by selecting your membership level in the Paypal drop down box and clicking on the "BuyNow" button to pay by credit card. 

Cost:  Members $20; Non-members $25, Students/Unemployed $10;  Add $5 for attending meeting without RSVP

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Mr. Shattuck will be speaking on the removal of carbon dioxide from coal-fired power plant flue gas.  Special emphasis will be on the post-combustion processes.

Mr. Shattuck is the Senior Environmental Engineer with Halker Consulting LLC, an upstream and midstream O&G engineering firm.  He joined the firm in February of 2014 after spending over 30 years doing air pollution control on power plants throughout the United States.  Mr. Shattuck installed the first vertical open spray tower for control of sulfur dioxide from power plant in the US.  This is now the technology of choice for meeting the current sulfur dioxide regulations.  Mr. Shattuck has a BS in biological sciences from Ft. Lewis College, a BS in Chemical Engineering from CU Boulder, and a JD from the University of Denver.

Mr. Shattuck was the project manager on the first coal-fired power plant to be designed in Texas that was going to have carbon dioxide controls.  Eventually, this plant was cancelled for cost considerations.