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Sarah Forbes is a Senior Associate at the World Resources Institute (WRI) and has carriage of the group's work promoting carbon capture and storage. She began work at WRI in May 200[1] and was one of the co-authors of Guidelines for Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport, and Storage, a publication published by WRI and funded by BP and the Pew Charitable Trust.[2]

Background

A biographical note states that "she developed her expertise in CCS with 8 years of experience in program management and energy analysis at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and as a consultant with Potomac-Hudson Engineering. Her publications include Guidelines for Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport, and Storage, work on regulatory frameworks CCS, the role of CCS in state climate change activities, and protocols for reporting CCS projects as greenhouse gas reductions. She previously led the education and roadmap development efforts for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Carbon Sequestration Research Program."[3]

A 2007 article promoting a conference on CCS listed Forbes as one of the speakers. At that time it described Forbes as a "Senior Environmental Scientist and Climate Change Specialist for Potomac-Hudson Engineering, inc. Her publications include work on regulatory barriers for CCS, the role of CCS in state climate change activities, and guidelines for reporting CCS projects as greenhouse gas reductions. She previously led the education and outreach efforts for the Department of Energy's Carbon Sequestration Research Program and Regional Partnership effort and was on the strategic programmatic development team."[4]

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References

  1. "Sarah Forbes", Greenbiz.com, accessed May 2010.
  2. Sarah M. Forbes, Preeti Verma, Thomas E. Curry, Dr. S. Julio Friedmann and Sarah M. Wade, CCS Guidelines: Guidelines for Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport, and Storage, World Resources Institute, 2008, page 4.
  3. "Experts & Staff: Sarah Forbes" World resources Institute, accessed May 2010.
  4. Betta Stothart Connor, "Chewonki to Host Seminar on Carbon Capture and Storage: Event to Explore Opportunities and Challenges for Carbon Capture and Storage in Northeast", Chewonki Foundation, October 15th, 2007.

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