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U.S. Coal Mine Methane Conference

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October 28-30, 2008
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA

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8:45 AM
Analysis of Pending and Future Climate Change Legislation (PDF) (29 pp, 546K) Vicki Arroyo, Pew Climate Center

Emerging Institutional Issues

9:30 AM
Update on EPA and Climate Issues (PDF) (22 pp, 252K) Dina Kruger, U.S. EPA
10:45 AM

Emerging Opportunities and Technologies: Flaring and Ventilation Air Methane

1:45 PM
Special Challenges on Federal Lands (PDF) (22 pp, 1.6MB) William Radden-Lesage, U.S. Bureau of Land Management
2:45 PM
Case Study: Mitigating Ventilation Air Methane (PDF) (37 pp, 3.6MB) Nicolas Duplessis, Biothermica


Emerging Opportunities and Technologies: LNG Conversion

8:45 AM
CMM to LNG Conversion Technology (PDF) (26 pp, 1.7MB) Miroslaw Skrzypkowski, Ph.D., Prometheus Energy

Emerging Opportunities and Technologies: Abandoned Mines and Surface Mines

10:45 AM
Overview of Project Opportunities at Surface Mines (PDF) (29 pp, 610K) Michael Coté, Ruby Canyon Engineering, Inc.

Navigating the Emerging Carbon Market: Translating Opportunities into Monetary Benefits

1:30 PM
2:00 PM
The Carbon Market Arena (PDF) (55 pp, 1.5MB) Anja Kollmus, Stockholm Environment Institute – US
3:15 PM
Expert Panel Discussion: Financing CMM projects: Managing Carbon Finance in a Time of Uncertainty
Moderated by Dianne Rudo, Rudo International Advisors
Clark Talkington, SCC Americas (PDF) (6 pp, 349K)
Ben Patton, 3Degrees (PDF) (10 pp, 486K)
Natalie Halich, International Finance Corporation (PDF) (9 pp, 652K)
Kevin Lewis, EcoSecurities (PDF) (12 pp, 826K)

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