Full Committee Hearing to Examine Development and Deployment of Large-Scale Carbon Dioxide Management Technologies
The hearing will be held on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. EDT in Room 366 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, DC.
The purpose of the hearing is to examine the development and deployment of large-scale carbon dioxide management technologies in the United States, including technological and natural carbon removal, carbon utilization, and carbon storage.
Members of the committee may participate in person or online. The Committee will follow guidelines developed in consultation with the Office of the Attending Physician and the Senate Rules Committee to protect the health of members, staff, and the public. This includes maintaining six-foot social distance spacing in the hearing room. Pursuant to this guidance, Senate office buildings are not open to the public other than official business visitors and credentialed press at this time. Accordingly, in-person visitors cannot be accommodated at this hearing.
The hearing will be webcast live on the committee’s website, and an archived video will be available shortly after the hearing concludes. Witness testimony will be available on the website at the start of the hearing.
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Sen. Lisa MurkowskiChairmanSenate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
Sen. Joe ManchinRanking MemberSenate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
Witness Panel 1
The Honorable Steven WinbergAssistant Secretary for Fossil EnergyU.S. Department of Energy
The Honorable Ernest J. Moniz, President and CEO (Statement)The Honorable Joseph Hezir, Principal (Q&A)Energy Futures Initiative, Inc.
Ms. Shannon AngielskiExecutive DirectorCarbon Utilization Research Council
Dr S. Julio FriedmannCenter on Global Energy PolicyColumbia University
Mr. Sasha MacklerDirector, The Energy ProjectBipartisan Policy Center