Welcome to the GTI Tech Talk Webinar Series
The energy industry is in the midst of significant transformations. Technological innovation has produced an unprecedented abundance of affordable and clean energy supplies, with natural gas, efficiency, and renewable resources each playing essential roles in this dramatic transition. While great progress has been made, the ultimate set of solutions to meet global decarbonization goals will rely on technologies that do not exist today. Disruptive advances are needed to revolutionize the way energy is produced, transported, stored, and consumed.
GTI is leveraging our technical expertise to develop innovative solutions that provide pathways to low-carbon, low-cost energy. Our new GTI Tech Talk webinar series will explore trends driving the evolution of energy markets and spotlight breakthrough technologies that hold promise to minimize environmental impact and support economic growth around the world.
The monthly 30-minute GTI Tech Talk webinars will provide quick-hitting insights on important issues across the breadth of the energy industry and offer a brief overview of our current activities. Connect with colleagues from across the industry in an open discussion and Q&A session following each presentation.
You are invited to register for the complimentary sessions!
Join us free of charge and hear from industry experts. GTI Tech Talk is presented on the Zoom Webinar platform. Upon registration, we will send an invitation and link that you can add to your calendar.
Get more info and register today by selecting a topic below
Tech Talk Recordings
Can't make it or missed it?
Sign up for access to all past GTI Tech Talk recordings. We'll email a link and special code. Recordings will be posted two days after the event. All attendees of the live webinars will also receive this access to recordings.
To access the recording of past shows, please sign up using the form below.
Minimizing methane emissions from natural gas systems: What you measure matters - July 2021
To maximize the role of natural gas in low-carbon, low-cost energy systems, methane emissions must be measured and minimized. Research has demonstrated a frequent gap between bottom-up emission factor-based inventories and top-down measurements. This mismatch illustrates the need to incorporate measurements into emission inventories.
In this session, Erin will discuss the need to standardize an approach for incorporating measurements into methane emissions inventories. Responsive to this need, GTI is gearing up to launch its initiative that will develop measurement and reconciliation protocols along the natural gas value chain to accelerate such a transition.
Gasification pathways to deliver hydrogen, renewable natural gas, and other clean fuels at scale - June 2021
Converting agricultural residue and other biomass waste streams via gasification offers an efficient pathway to low-carbon fuels and chemicals that can help companies reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and meet sustainability goals.
In this webinar, learn how SunGas Renewables, the commercial supplier of GTI-developed technology, takes the sun’s energy that is stored in organic wastes and their byproducts and converts it into pure hydrogen, renewable natural gas (RNG), other fuels, and chemicals with air quality and climate benefits.
Producing Low or Negative Carbon Fuels from Sustainable Biomass - May 2021
Biomass can be used to produce clean alternative transportation fuels that maintain the energy density and storability advantages of liquid fuels while offering unique solutions for difficult-to-decarbonize sectors such as marine transportation and aviation.
Transformational technologies that produce low-carbon fuels from renewable resources are being demonstrated at facilities all around the world. This engaging webinar will present insight on near-market and other improved process technologies that can even enable carbon negative energy when combined with carbon sequestration.
Road to Zero: Low Carbon Energy Systems—The Role of Hydrogen - April 2021
As we move toward economy-wide deep decarbonization, hydrogen (H2) is positioned as a low-carbon resource and energy carrier with great potential.
What can H2 be used for? How can the nation’s existing gas infrastructure be leveraged? How can new renewable energy technologies be introduced? What role does power-to-gas play?
GTI is exploring options and developing new innovations to support the broader use of H2. From our centralized Hydrogen Technology Center to the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI) with EPRI, we are driving toward a cleaner, more sustainable energy future. Learn more about these efforts and don’t miss the scenery as we travel the Road to Zero!
The Role of Carbon Capture and Utilization in Decarbonization - March 2021
Carbon capture and utilization is a promising option to lower environmental footprint and play a prominent role in decarbonization strategies. Captured CO2 offers many benefits—it can be used to store and transport renewable energy, as well as to synthesize fuels and chemicals, including dimethyl ether (DME), a substitute for diesel fuel—all while offsetting the expense for capture. Come learn about next-generation energy-efficient carbon capture processes that offer significant economic advantages while reducing emissions.
Innovation in Gas Distribution Technology: Safer, Smarter, and Sustainable - February 2021
A safe, reliable, and resilient infrastructure is critical to match abundant energy supplies with growing demand to maintain the public’s confidence in the nation’s energy delivery systems. Gas utilities need optimized tools and technologies to effectively manage and improve day-to-day operations, prevent damage, reduce risk, and enhance safety.
GTI is leading collaborative efforts to develop a myriad of exciting new tools and techniques for system installations, repairs, and rehabilitation. Get insight on the latest innovations that support safer, smarter, and sustainable operations and showcase some of our exciting projects.
What's New in Renewable Natural Gas? - January 2021
Interest in renewable natural gas (RNG) has skyrocketed as biogas becomes an important fuel of the future. RNG is a carbon-neutral fuel that is interchangeable with natural gas, but understanding their differences is critical to bridge the gap for successful system-wide integration—from safe pipeline injection to final use.
How is gas quality assessed? How does it compare with pipeline natural gas? Where is it being used? In this session, GTI will cover critical questions and share the latest insight on how renewable methane can help with decarbonization.
Turning a Liability into an Asset: Creating Liquid Transportation Fuels from CO2, Natural Gas, or RNG - November 10, 2020
Energy resources to produce clean fuels are available in plentiful supply, and innovative technology can unlock their potential in environmentally sustainable ways. Processes that economically convert natural gas, ethane, and biogas into liquid fuels and synthesize them with captured CO2 can significantly reduce emissions.
A new low-cost system developed by GTI can take CO2 and use it to create high-quality hydrocarbon liquids, driving a modern revolution in the way transportation fuels are produced. Learn how Cool GTLSM is on the road to becoming commercially viable within the next 5-7 years.
Advanced Methane Detection Platforms - October 13, 2020
The energy industry is focused on detecting and minimizing methane emissions to continue enhancing environmental performance. New, advanced ways of detecting and quantifying methane that combine both established and new technologies with advanced software are being developed on a continual basis. The sheer number of new offerings has made effectively implementing the new technologies a daunting task.
In this conversation, GTI will provide insight on the latest innovations in methane detection and quantification along with ways to determine and validate the proper use cases for these new complex systems.
Digitalization and Geospatial Innovation in the Energy Industry - September 15, 2020
As energy systems evolve, information technology and digitalization trends will create persistent disruptions. These tools progress rapidly while enabling a variety of advanced analytics. How can the energy industry capture this knowledge to take advantage of these new tools? What are all these new terms, like AI, machine learning, or deep learning, and how can energy system operators use them to their benefit? In this conversation, GTI will discuss new ways to make informed decisions and enable the energy industry to seize the opportunities that digital transformation offers. Sign up for access to the Tech Talk recording.
Contact the energy experts today