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Thank you for your participation in the Plains CO2 Reduction (PCOR) Partnership 2010 Annual Meeting!

2010 Group Photo

The PCOR Partnership 2010 Annual Meeting and Workshop was held October 19–21, 2010, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The meeting attracted 74 attendees representing 45 organizations from 16 states, including the District of Columbia, and four Canadian provinces.

The annual meeting provided an overview of carbon management topics, including updates on carbon capture and storage (CCS) activities at the world, U.S., Canadian, and regional partnership levels, as well as information on where CCS is heading and the regulations, economics, and policies that are shaping its direction. The meeting also provided summaries of the PCOR Partnership’s completed and ongoing activities, including its large-scale demonstration projects, outreach efforts, capture information and risk management strategies.

In addition to the meeting, a half-day workshop was held on October 19, 2010, and featured an interactive group exercise where participants, using Implications Wheel® software, identified the implications of conducting an enhanced oil recovery and saline geologic sequestration project. Participants also identified opportunities and challenges associated with each project.

The presentations and posters from the meeting and workshops are now available in the Products Database of the Partners-Only Web site. Click "Browse by Meeting" to view the complete list.

If you have any questions regarding the meeting or if you would like any additional follow-up information, please feel free to contact Katherine Anagnost by phone at (701) 777-5229 or by e-mail at kanagnost@undeerc.org.

Also, please send us your thoughts on a location and dates for the PCOR Partnership 2011 Annual Meeting.


Sponsored By:
PCOR Partnership

Special Events Sponsors:
RSP Energy

Baker Hughes


Eagle Operating


RPS Energy

Post-dinner Social Sponsor:


If you are interested in becoming a special events sponsor, please contact Ed Steadman at
(701) 777-5279.