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Congratulations Graduates
Submitted on Jun 17, 2015

Congratulations to recent M.S. graduates Chandler Kemp, Yuchi Sun, and Sharad Bharadwaj, as well as recent Ph.D. graduate Charles Kang!

Dr. Kang successfully defends Ph.D. thesis, consumes large rack of ribs
Submitted on Jun 12, 2015

Charles Kang of the EAO group successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Computational optimization of design and variable operation of a CO2-capture-enabled coal-natural-gas power station". At our graduation celebration, he then successfully consumed a full rack of "victory ribs" (with help from his fellow grad students and his advisor). Congratulations Dr. Kang!

New publication: solar thermal integration with CCS
Submitted on Dec 16, 2014

Phil Brodrick has published new research on integrating solar thermal with carbon capture and storage to capture CO2 emissions.  

Presentation at AGU - Methane emissions from the Barnett shale
Submitted on Dec 16, 2014

Daniel Roda-Stuart presented at the 2014 American Geophysical Union (AGU) conference on an analysis of methane emissions from the Barnett shale. Congratulations Daniel!

Englander paper: 2013 ERL Highlights
Submitted on Apr 16, 2014

Jacob Englander's paper "Historical trends in greenhouse gas emissions of the Alberta oil sands (1970-2010)" has been selected as one of Environmental Research Letters top 25 "2013 Highlights" papers. Jacob's paper has been downloaded a total of 1557 times since November 18th 2013. 

Jacob Englander presents at SETAC North America annual meeting
Submitted on Dec 19, 2012

On November 15th, Jacob Englander presented his work on oil sands GHG emissions at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33rd annual North American meeting in Long Beach CA.  This was the first presentation of historical GHG emissions estimates for the entire oil sands industry.

Charles Kang presents poster at GHGT-11 in Kyoto
Submitted on Dec 19, 2012

Charles Kang presented his poster entitled "Optimal heat integration in a coal-natural gas energy park with CO2 capture" at the 11th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) conference in Kyoto Japan.  This poster extends his previous work on optimal CO2 capture to optimize the detailed design, sizing, and operation of heat recovery equipment to supply solvent regeneration thermal energy requirements.

Jacob Englander presents research at LCA XII conference
Submitted on Oct 02, 2012

Jacob Englander presented his research on the Albertan oil sands at the LCA XII conference in Tacoma, Washington on September 27, 2012. He performed a historical life cycle analysis to calculate carbon intensity of mining and upgrading bitumen from oil sands located in Alberta, Canada. 

Hassan El-Houjeiri presents OPGEE model at LCA XII conference
Submitted on Oct 02, 2012

Hassan El-Houjeiri, postdoc in the Energy Resources Engineering department, presented his Oil Production Greenhouse Gas Emissions Estimator (OPGEE) model, an engineering-based life cycle analysis model which calculates greenhouse gas emissions from conventional oil production, at the LCA XII conference in Tacoma, Washington on September 27, 2012.

Charles Kang awarded Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship
Submitted on Jul 05, 2012

Energy Resources Engineering Ph.D. student Charles Kang has been awarded the 2012 Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship.  This award will fund Charles to work for three years on the integration of carbon capture and storage technologies with renewable energy systems.  Congratulations Charles!