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EEi's executive director was interview by Tom DiChristopher from CNBC Digital about CCUS and it's obstacles with the current White House.

Rice University’s Energy and Environment Initiative (EEi) and the University of North Dakota’s Energy and Environmental Research Center (EERC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together on research and the development and deployment of technologies that provide transformative solutions to the world’s relevant energy challenges.

Energy and Environment Initiative's Executive Director, Charles McConnell, was invited by the House of Representatives' Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, Subcommittee on Environment to testify before them to address the impact of the EPA's Clean Power Plan and to discuss implementation and associated economic issues of the rule at the national level. Here is the website to the view the entire committee hearing.

Don’t Worry About Low Oil Prices How shifts in energy markets present an opportunity to invest in a sustainable future. Lower oil prices will likely be with us for the next several years, given how market cycles tend to have lags. The oil and gas industry faces a choice: Adopt a defensive crouch until a recovery takes hold or push forward and invest in a future of sustainable energy. Market shifts hold the power to spur transformative technology for clean fossil fuels, and I believe there are a couple of areas worth exploring: natural gas and enhanced oil recovery (EOR)...

Posted on the PACE website 8-13-14 The Partnership for Affordable Clean Energy (PACE) is a coalition of working people, business owners, environmentalists, and trade organizations who are fighting for fair, responsible energy policies. PACE believes that the national conversation about the future of energy must include discussions about the cost of particular energy alternatives, not just their environmental benefits. In the end, it is America’s working families and businesses that pay for the energy future we create today. That future must be affordable. Headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, PACE has affiliates and supporters across the Southeast and beyond.