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FECM is looking for enthusiastic, driven professionals to join our team and help lead the charge on clean energy. We are seeking highly skilled individuals who are passionate about helping FECM achieve its mission of minimizing the environmental impacts of fossil fuels while working toward net-zero emissions. Find out more about FECM’s training and career opportunities, and apply today.

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Fact Sheets

Fact Sheet: The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act - Opportunities to Accelerate Deployment in FECM Activities
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, is a long-overdue investment in the United States’ infrastructure, workers, families and competitiveness.
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Fact Sheet: The Inflation Reduction Act and Carbon Management Opportunities in New Mexico and Surrounding Region
Learn how the Inflation Reduction Act's historic commitment to climate action delivers potential for carbon management and emission reductions in New Mexico and the surrounding region.
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Fact Sheet: The Division of Minerals Sustainability
Learn how the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management’s Division of Minerals Sustainability is advancing a research, development, demonstration, and deployment portfolio to increase the domestic production of critical minerals in the United States.
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Fact Sheet: At a Glance: Societal Considerations and Impacts Plans
Get brief synopses of the components in the four types of societal considerations and impacts plans required of FECM's funding opportunity applicants.
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Infographic: Carbon Negative Shot
The U.S. Government’s first major effort in carbon dioxide removal (CDR)—Carbon Negative Shot—is the all-hands-on-deck call for innovation in technologies and approaches that will remove and durably store carbon dioxide (CO2) at meaningful scales for ...
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Infographic: Direct Air Capture
As a global leader in the advancement of carbon management technologies that are essential for decarbonizing the economy and removing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere ...
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Infographic: Carbon Dioxide Removal
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) is focused on investing in technologies to reduce carbon emissions and minimize the environmental impacts of fossil fuel generation and use.
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Infographic: Critical Minerals
Learn why developing a domestic supply of critical minerals is a national priority in the United States.
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Upcoming Events

Nov 29
Carbon Management Collegiate Competition 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST
Dec 01
Carbon Management Day Webinar 12:01 PM to 1:31 PM EST
Dec 06
EnergyTech University Prize 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM EST