3rd US-China Clean Energy Workshop – October 18-19, 2004

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Presentations
(.pdf files are provided below with the permission of the speaker)
presented in alphabetical order:

•  Coalbed Methane Project, Southern Qinshui Basin, Shanxi Province, People’s Republic of China, Asian American Coal, Inc.

•  Coal and Other Research at West Virginia University [PDF 7.12MB] Richard A. Bajura, Director, National Research Center for Coal and Energy

•  Optimizing Water Heating Systems
Fred Benit, Louisiana Steam Equipment Co., Inc.

•  Doing Business in China [PDF 1.03MB] Bruce Blakeman, U.S. Department of Commerce

•  Regional Assessments of the Geologic CO2 Sequestration Resource [PDF 3.14MB] James Dooley, Senior Staff Scientist, Joint Global Change Research Institute, Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

• Coal to Clean Fuel The Shenhua Investment in Direct Coal Liquefaction [PDF 867KB] Jerald J. Fletcher, Director and Professor & Qingyun Sun, Research Assistant Professor, Natural Resource Analysis Center, West Virginia University

•  Current District Heating Status and Emissions Reduction in China
Guangwei Huang, H&J, Inc.

•  Elements of Waste Coal Projects in the U.S. [PDF 905KB] Peter L. Rozelle, Ph.D., Program Manager, Office of Coal and Power Import/Export, U.S. Department of Energy

•  Power Generation from Coal Waste in the U.S. [PDF 84KB] Peter L. Rozelle, Ph.D., Program Manager, Office of Coal and Power Import/Export, U.S. Department of Energy

• Moving IGCC Forward
Norman Shilling, Leader, Process Power GT/CC Product Line, GE Energy

•  U.S. Clean Coal Demonstration Program Overview [PDF 1.88MB] Scott M. Smouse, International Coordination Team Leader, Office of Technology Impacts and International Coordination, National Energy Technology Laboratory

• Background Information of Energy Situation in China [PDF 72KB] Yanjia Wang, EETC, Tsinghua University

• Introduction of Energy Situation and Beijing-DOE cooperation
Xing Yongjie, Beijing Sustainable Development Center

•  A Study on the Impact of Coal on the Environment
Hu Yuhong, Professor, Deputy Director – General, China Coal Industry Association

•  Polygeneration Based on Coal Gasification: a Strategic Technology for China [PDF 331KB] Prof. Li Zheng, Tsinghua BP Clean Energy Research & Education Center

•  Investment Opportunities In China’s Clean Energy Industry [PDF 793KB] Stephen X. Zou, Asian American Coal, Inc.

Agenda

Time Speaker Organization Title
Sunday, October 17, 2004
Early Evening Registration and Reception at Radisson Hotel
Monday, October 18, 2004
Plenary Session
8:15 Dr. Richard Bajura WVU Call to order, housekeeping, announcements
8:20 Dr. David Hardesty WVU Welcome Remarks from WVU President
8:35 Mr. Judd Swift DOE Opening Remarks from U.S.
8:50 Mr. Zhengce Linghu Shanxi Province Development and Reform Commission Opening Remarks from China
9:05 Mr. Bruce Blakeman DOC Doing Business in China
9:30 Break
Session 1- Perspectives on the Coal Energy System
Session Chair: Professor S. T. Hsieh
10:00 Dr. Steven Zhou Asian American Coal, Inc. TBD
10:30 Dr. Richard Bajura WVU Coal Research at WVU
11:00 Mr. Zhengce Linghu Shanxi Province Development and Reform Commission Market Based Approaches for Energy and Environmental Management
11:30 Dr. Peter Rozelle DOE Power Generation from Coal Waste in the U.S.
12:00 Lunch- Speaker: Ms. Rita A. Bajura, DOE
Session 2- Advanced Concepts in Coal Based Energy
Session Chair: Dr. David Wendt
1:00 Mr. Norman Shilling GE IGCC Power Systems
1:30 Professor Li Zheng Tsinghua University TBD
2:00 Mr. Scott Keim Marshal Miller & Associates Overview of Asian American Coal, Inc.’s Coal Bed Methane Project in China
2:30 Dr. James Dooley PNNL Carbon Sequestration Capacity Mapping
3:00 Break
Session 3
3:30 Dr. Rozelle/ Dr. Tamara Vandivort DOE and WVU Open Forum on Cooperation in Coal-Based Energy
4:30 Dr. Rozelle/ Dr. Tamara Vandivort DOE and WVU Drafting of Recommendations Emerging from Open Forum on Cooperation in Coal-Based Energy
5:00 Adjourn for the Reception
6:00 Reception at Radisson Hotel, Waterfront, Morgantown, WV
(Sponsored by Asian American Coal, Inc.)
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
8:25 Dr. Pete Rozelle DOE Call to order and announcements
Session 4: Environmental Improvements in the Municipal and Industrial Heating Sectors
Session Chair: Dr. Peter Rozelle
8:30 Professor Wang Yanjia Tsinghua University
9:00 Dr. Xing Yongjie City of Beijing Beijing Olympic Cleanup Program
9:30 Dr. Guangwei Huang H&J Incorporated Reduction of Emissions from District Heating Systems in China
10:00 Mr. Fred Benit Louisiana Steam Equipment Company Improvements for District Heating Systems
10:30 Break
Session 5: Applications for Clean Coal Technologies
Session Chair: Dr. Richard Bajura
11:00 Dr. David Wendt JHCGA U.S.-China Clean Energy Initiative
11:30 Dr. Jerry Fletcher and Dr. Qingyun Sun WVU Shenhua China Liquefaction Project
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Ms. Hu Yuhong China Coal Association The Impact of Coal on the Environment in China
1:30 Mr. Scott Smouse DOE US Federal Clean Coal Technology Program Overview
2:00 Break
Session 6
2:30 Dr. Huang and Mr. Benit H&J and LSE Open Forum and Discussion on Heating System Environmental Improvements
3:30 Dr. Huang and Mr. Benit H&J and LSE Drafting of Recommendations emerging from Open Forum Discussion on Heating System Improvements
4:00 Adjourn