Free One-Day

Public Symposium

 

 

COAL

GASIFICATION:

WHAT DOES IT MEAN

FOR WYOMING?

 

 

 

The venue for the symposium is the Holiday Inn on the River Hotel and Convention Center in Casper.  The Holiday Inn is located off I-25 within minutes of downtown Casper. 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holiday Inn on the River Hotel
and Convention Center
300 West F. St.
Casper, WY 82601
Toll-Free: (877) 576-8636
Telephone: (307)235-2531
Fax: (307)473-3100
Room Reservation
Driving Directions


Local Transportation Information:

· Closest major airport—Natrona County International (CPR) - (7 miles)

· Complimentary airport shuttle

· Cost of airport taxi (one way) - $11.55

· Closest convention center—Casper Events Center
(1mile)

· Complimentary convention center shuttle service

· Cost of convention center taxi (one way) - $8.00

Wednesday February 28, 2007

Holiday Inn on the River

Casper, Wyoming

 

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Free Registration

 

Venue

 

 

 

Space is limited. 

Please  register early.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsoring Organizations

 

The University of Wyoming School of

Energy Resources, created by the Wyoming legislature and the Governor, is built on the three pillars of teaching, research and outreach.  The mission of the SER  Energy Outreach Center is to support scientific, engineering, and economic outreach for near-term and long-term energy planning through the open dissemination of information related to energy activities in Wyoming.  The Energy Outreach Center provides information outreach to the public, state, industry and nation; facilitates data sharing with industry groups and state agencies; and provides consulting specialists for the Wyoming energy industry.

For more information, see www.uwyo.edu/ser or contact the SER at (307) 766-2663.

 

The University of Wyoming Research Corporation, d.b.a. Western Research Institute (WRI) is a not-for-profit research and technology development organization. WRI is developing the coal technologies of the future, including coal conversion; providing support to the coal and utility industries in Wyoming; and delivering research and technology services for the oil and gas industry, including coal bed methane. WRI is the leading arm for the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources Energy Outreach Center.  For more information, see www.westernresearch.org or contact WRI at (307) 721-2428.