NEW INITIATIVE TO TRACK GHG EMISSIONS IN MATERIALS SUPPLY CHAIN

SUPPORTING ELECTRIFICATION POLICY IN FRAGILE STATES: A CONFLICT-ADJUSTED GEOSPACIAL LEAST COST APPROACH FOR AFGHANISTAN

CRESTONE PEAK RESOURCES ANNOUNCES NEW PARTNERSHIP FOR REAL-TIME WELL SITE AIR QUALITY MONITORING

BIG DATA AND THE ELECTRICITY SECTOR IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES

HARNESSING HEAT: APPLYING MACHINE LEARNING TO GEOTHERMAL EXPLORATION

PAYNE INSTITUTE INITIATIVES

Earth Observation Group

Mineral Foundations of the Energy Transition

Future of Oil & Gas

Space Resources

Advanced Energy Systems

All Payne Initiatives

UPCOMING EVENTS

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January 23, 2020

Payne Faculty Fellow Nicole Smith presents Is responsible sourcing possible?  An Exploration of gold supply chains in Peru in Marquez Hall, Room 322, CO School of Mines.  

January 22-25, 2020

Morgan Bazilian will present on Energy Security and Resilience at the Western Energy & Water Forum in Steamboat Springs, CO.

January 27, 2020

Payne Fellow William Nuttall, Professor of Energy, The Open University, presents Hydrogen from Natural Gas – Key to a Low Carbon Future? in Brown Building, Room 125, CO School of Mines.

January 29, 2020

Payne Institute Earth Observation Group’s Chris Elvidge will give a seminar at Columbia University, New York City. 

January 30, 2020

Payne Fellow Trisha Curtis, President and Co-Founder of PetroNerds, presents New Insights on the Global Oil Market in Marquez Hall, Room 310, CO School of Mines. 

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