Press Releases and Techlines
VIEW ALLDOE Invests $2.5 Million to Support University Training and Research for Decarbonization and Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions TechnologiesBiden-Harris Administration Announces $3.7 Billion to Kick-Start America’s Carbon Dioxide Removal IndustryDOE Invests Over $5 Million to Help Secure Domestic Supply Chain for Critical Minerals to Support Development of Clean Energy TechnologiesDOE Announces Up to $20 Million Available for Regional Projects to Accelerate U.S. Carbon Management Technology Deployment
FECM announced $2.5M for four projects to be conducted at U.S colleges and universities to support the development of technologies capable of converting natural gas to high-value products and to promote collaborative work in humanities-driven STEM fields.
December 16, 2022Learn more
Four Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Programs Will Drive the Commercialization of Technologies Helping Remove CO2 Directly from the Atmosphere, Deliver Cleaner Air, Generate Good- Paying Jobs
December 13, 2022Learn more
FECM announced $5.3M in funding for five cutting edge projects that will advance research supporting the domestic production of rare earth elements and other critical minerals.
December 13, 2022Learn more
FECM announced $20M available for projects that will improve stakeholder access to region-specific information and technical assistance regarding the commercial deployment of carbon capture, transport, conversion, and storage technologies.
December 12, 2022Learn more
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) hosted its second annual Carbon Management Day webinar on December 1 (12.01).Learn More
On December 1, 2022, FECM will celebrate its second annual Carbon Management Day to recognize the essential role carbon management has in meeting the nation’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.Learn More
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy and Carbon Management Brad Crabtree recently attended Africa Oil Week, which has long been a focal point of DOE’s engagement with African countries.Learn More
Hear First-Hand from FECM’s Dr. Wilcox: What to Expect at the Upcoming 16th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference
Dr. Jennifer Wilcox, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management, is attending the 16th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-16) Conference on October 24 and 25, 2022.Learn More
DOE is committed to working closely with African governments and private sector companies to help identify solutions and partnership opportunities as they determine how to best meet their specific energy needs.Learn More
To mark Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Week, we spoke with three students in the Summer 2022 class of the Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) program. See what these students love about their HBCUs and their MLEF experiences.Learn More
Learn how FECM acts on our commitment to advancing justice and equity and supporting all of DOE’s DEIA endeavors—in how we train, how we hire, and how we fund our research, development. and demonstration projects.Learn More
The fossil energy industry creates huge quantities of highly contaminated water as a byproduct. Learn why lowering the cost of treating this wastewater is both a practical necessity and a potential source of many benefits for the American public.Learn More