Payne Commentary: Colorado’s 2019 Climate Action Plan

PAYNE INSTITUTE EARTH OBSERVATION GROUP IS PROUD TO PROVIDE SAUDI ARAMCO DATA FOR THEIR INITIATIVE TO REDUCE GAS FLARING

COMMITTED EMISSIONS AND THE RISK OF STRANDED ASSETS FROM POWER PLANTS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

PLEASE JOIN IN THE DIALOGUE: CRITICAL MINERALS: THE ACHILLES HEEL OF AMERICA’S CLEAN ENERGY USE

FOUR SCENARIOS OF THE ENERGY TRANSITION: DRIVERS, CONSEQUENCES, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR GEOPOLITICS

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Earth Observation Group

Mineral Foundations of the Energy Transition

Future of Oil & Gas

Space Resources

Advanced Energy Systems

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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November 13, 2019

Payne Fellow, and Colorado School of Mines Professor, Dr. P.K. Sen presents Water Delivery and Hydro Power Generation in the West, Part 1 on Wednesday, November 6, and Part 2 on November 13, 2019, Berthoud Hall, Colorado School of Mines.

November 11-14, 2019

Morgan Bazilian will present on the Future of Oil and Gas at ADIPEC in Abu Dhabi, UAE.  

November 14, 2019

The Payne Institute Fall Seminar Series presents Dr. Will Toor, Executive Director of the Colorado Energy Office presenting Transport Policy, Alderson Hall, room 230. 

November 18-20, 2019

Morgan Bazilian will speak at the University College Cork: MaREI Institute in Cork, Ireland.

December 9-13, 2019

Morgan Bazilian will present on An Energy Policy Approach to Climate Change Mitigation and The Green New Deal: From Resolution to Reality at the AGU Fall Meeting to be held in San Francisco, CA. 

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