Date: Monday, 26 April 2021
Time: 17:30 - 18:30 CEST
Session code IAV.7
Sustainable Resources for Bio-Based Industrial Processing
Renewable Natural Gas Resource Assessment and Co-Produced Carbon Capture and Storage: a Pennsylvania Case Study
Short Introductive summary
The renewable natural gas (RNG) and co-produced carbon capture and storage potential from energy crops and organic waste streams in Pennsylvania were assessed. Total RNG potential was nearly 10% of the state’s current natural gas consumption. Co-produced carbon dioxide was equivalent to over 800 years of the state’s geologic storage capacity.
The Pennsylvania State University, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Dpt.
Matthew Arenas currently attends The Pennsylvania State University in pursuit of a BS in Industrial Engineering with an expected graduation date of spring 2021. He currently holds undergraduate assistant research positions in the Civil and Agricultural & Biological Engineering Departments.
Biographies and Short introductive summaries are supplied directly by presenters and are published here unedited
M.A. Arenas, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, University Park, USA
S.M. Herbstritt, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, University Park, USA
H. Baxter Stauffer, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, University Park, USA
T.L. Richard, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Institutes of Energy and the Environment, University Park, USA
Session reference: IAV.7.1