Events - 10 May 18

Fourth Annual Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is hosting the fourth annual Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit: Translating Value to Ignite Action.

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Congressional Energy & Environmental Priorities – 2018 & Beyond

Despite the headlines of gridlock on Capitol Hill, in the first year of the Trump Administration, Congress has passed an overhaul to the U.S. tax code, set federal spending levels for 2017 and 2018, and is currently debating priorities for 2018 that will shape the future of energy policy in the United States. Additionally, as lawmakers are crafting their responses to a variety of Trump administration priorities on energy and environment issues; key priorities could sneak into moving legislation, and lawmakers may press agencies to take action under existing authorities. As they deal with a busy calendar, members are looking forward to the November midterm elections and how those could potentially change the energy debate.

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Infrastructure Review & Permitting – Is Change in the Wind?

Arnold & Porter and the Environmental Law Institute are pleased to co-host a conference “Infrastructure Review and Permitting: Is Change in the Wind?”

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Chemical Looping Prospective – An Advanced Approach to Coal Utilization

Chemical looping technologies have evolved into a promising alternative for the efficient conversion of carbonaceous fuels to electricity and/or high-value chemicals with minimal carbon emissions. These processes utilize an oxygen carrier solid material to indirectly supply oxygen to the fuel source. With the exponential growth of research and publications in this field, chemical looping has expanded to encompass power and chemical production with in-situ gas separation.

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