Road Map & Policy of Energy & Fuels Symposium Schedule

MONDAY MORNING, Section A

Room 231 & 239

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Road Map & Policy of Energy & Fuels

Air Pollution, Human Health & the Environment

Cosponsored by ENFL

Q. Zhen, Organizer

S. Liu, Organizer, Presiding

V. C. Garcia, Presiding

Understanding the Linkage Between Air Quality and Human Health Adrian Pope1

Satellite Measurements of Chemical, Meteorological, and Climate

 

Time (Talk #) Talk Title-Speaker

7:55 -8:40 am #227 Understanding the Linkage Between Air Quality and Human Health. A. Pope, Room 231

8:45 -9:30 am #228 Satellite Measurements of Chemical, Meteorological, and Climate Variables. B. Doddridge, Room 231

10:00-12:00 am ENFL Plenary, Dr. Fan, Room 231

12:15-1:00 pm #229 Accountability: Evaluating the Impact of Regulatory Policies on Air Quality, Human Health, and the Environment. V.C. Garcia, Room 231

MONDAY AFTERNOON, Section E

Room 239

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

1:25 pm Introductory Remarks - V. Garcia &  F. Princiotta, Room 239

1.30 pm # 190 Energy Future. A. Janetos, Room 239

2.15 pm # 191 Extreme Events and National Climate Assessments. J. Bell &, B. Stewart, Room 239

3.00 pm  Intermission   

3.10: #191 Global Atmospheric Composition, Weather, and Climate. V. Ramaswamy, Room 239

3.55 # 192 Climate Change Mitigation: Is It Too Late to Recover, F. Princiotta, Room 239

4:40 #193 Panel discussion on path forward related to the energy & environmental road map.  Drs. Pope, Doddridge, Garcia (and speakers from Energy session)

7:00 -10.05 pm, Room 239. Speaker Preparation, MONDAY EVENING, Section A

MONDAY MORNING, Section E

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Room 240                                              Road Map & Policy of Energy & Fuels

Reducing America's Carbon Footprint through Nuclear Energy: Policy Perspectives & Other Non-Nuclear Technologies & Practices

Cosponsored by ENFL

S. (Bashir) Liu, Q. Zhen, Organizers

C. Sanders, M. Sanders, Presiding

Time (Talk #) Talk Title -Speaker

7:55 am Introductory Remarks.

8:00 am # 138. Nuclear Power Looking Forward: The Opportunity and the Implications. R. Coward

8:30 am # 129. Accident Tolerant Fuel: Update and Progress Report  F. H. Smith,

9:00 am # 140. Understanding Energy Markets: How They Work, and Why They're Broken. M. Crozat

9.30 am # 141. Nuclear Energy in the U.K. - Lessons from Across the Pond           I. Salter

10.00 am Intermission

10:15 am  #142. Can parked cars and carbon taxes create a profit? The economics of vehicle-to-grid energy storage for peak reduction.  G. Freeman, H. Gandhi, A. White

10:40 am #143. Synthesis of high-density fuels from biomass derivatives.  J. Xie, G. Nie, X. Zhang, J. Zou

11:05 am #144. Study of deposition behavoir of asphaltenes sub-fraction with microfluidic system.  T. Cao, Y. Lin, A. Yen, S. Biswal, J. Macias

11:30 am #145. Computational and experimental study of CO2  capture by alkylamines.  K. Yang, J. Schell, R. Glaser

MONDAY AFTERNOON, Section E

Room 240

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

1.00 pm Panel Discussion Pre-Introduction. C. Sanders

1.15 pm # 195a America's Forray into Nuclear Power: Background & Challenges. C. Sanders

1.40 pm # 195b Government Policies for the Next Generation of Nuclear Power Production: New Build Strategies.
A. hab Abdel-Aziz

2.05 am # 195c Developing a Stable Waste Management Program, M. Sanders

2.35 pm # 195d Panel Discussion (Nuclear Safety), M. Sanders & C. Sanders


 

TUESDAY MORNING, Section D

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Room 239

Road Map & Policy of Energy & Fuels

Food, Energy, Water Resources & Economy: Evidence for Biophysical & Social

Constraints on Society

Cosponsored by ENFL

Q. Zhen, Organizer

S. (Bashir) Liu, Organizer, Presiding

K. W. King, Presiding 

Time (Talk #) Talk Title-Speaker

7:55 Introductory Remarks.

8:00-8:45: #258.Tales from the Past: Indicators of Ancient Maya Societal Structures during the 'Classic Maya Collapse‘. Julie Hoggarth

8:45-9:30: #259. Biophysical Economics: History and Uses. Charles Hall

BREAK (15 min)

9:45-10:30: #260. Accretaxis: the regulation of the growth of the global economy. Andrew Jarvis

10:30-11:15: #261. Extra-metabolic energy use and the rise in urban hyper-density. Joseph Burger

11:15-12:00: #262. Distributional Social Justice: Insights From a Doubly-Bounded Capital Exchange Model. Garvin Boyle

LUNCH (12:00-1:15 pm)

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Section D

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Room 239

Road Map & Policy of Energy & Fuels

1:15-2:00: #263. The Production Boundary & Empirical Constructs: The Implicit Foundations of National Accounting. Daniel Urban

2:00-2:45: #264. U.S. Unconventional Resource Development – A Lesson Learned in Time. Nathan Schaffer

BREAK (15 min)

3:00-4:00: #264. Systems Thinking Linking Energy and the Economy: Size, Growth, and Structure. Carey King

4:00-5:00: Panel Discussion - Moderated discussion (by Carey King) with all speakers + Q&A with audience

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING, Section D

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Room 239

Road Map & Policy of Energy & Fuels

Food, Energy, Water Resources & Economy: Evidence for Biophysical & Social Constraints on Society

Cosponsored by ENFL

S. Liu, Q. Zhen, Organizers

S. (Bashir) Liu, C. A. Hall, Presiding  

M. King Hubbert: Is He Relevant?

Cosponsored by ENFL

S. Liu, Q. Zhen, Organizers

S. Bashir, C. A. Hall, Presiding

Time (Talk #) Talk Title -Speaker

7:55 Introductory Remarks.

8:00 #423. Possible biophysical constraints on energy and hydrocarbon futures. C.A. Hall

8:40 #424. M. King Hubbert and a brief history of peak oil forecasts. M. Inman

9:10 #425. New Hubbert analysis for the United States. C.A. Hall,

9:40 Intermission.

9:55 #426. Hubbert analyses for individual countries. J.L. Hallock, C.A. Hall

10:25 #427. Hubbert analysis for coal. D. Rutledge

10:55 #428. The Economic EROI for ‘fracked’ crude oil and natural gas  R. Kaufmann

11:25 #429. Analysis of the energy return on investment (EROI) of existing fields. M. Masnadi, A. Brandt


 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Section E,  Energy Return on Investment (EROI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

Room 239

Road Map & Policy of Energy & Fuels

Cosponsored by ENFL

S. Liu, Q. Zhen, Organizers

S. Bashir, C. A. Hall, Presiding


 

Time (Talk #) Talk Title -Speaker

12:55 Introductory Remarks.

1:00 #474. EROI of new technologies. C.A. Hall

1:25 #475. Energy return on investment: Problems and solutions. C. King

1:50 #476. Money return on investment. A. Berman

2:15 #477. Energy and Food Security J.  Schramski

2:40 Intermission.

2:50 #478. Conventional economics vs. biophysical economics. K. Klitgaard & C. Hall

3:15 #479. Economic implications of EROIs. C.A. Hall

3:40 #480. Energy and human wellbeing. J. Lambert

4:05 #481. Energy and collapsing states. N. Ahmed

4:30 #482. The impact of energy price and climate change on coastal restoration J.W.  Day, A. Wiegman