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Crum, R.

AECOM, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Mr. Crum is the vice president of AECOM. With 30 years of experience in the engineering field, he has directed and presently manages large, multi-year, multi-disciplinary projects throughout the US and Europe. Mr. Crum sits on several committees of the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers’ Association (AFPM) and has provided addresses at numerous national and international conferences. Prior to joining AECOM 24 years ago, he worked as the engineering and IT lead on the global mergers and acquisitions team for Borg-Warner Corp. He earned a BS degree in mechanical engineering from Louisiana State University, and he serves on the LSU Mechanical Engineering Advisory board and the LSU Civil and Environmental Engineering Advisory board.

Build a solid GHG BACT cost-effectiveness calculation to avoid CCS costs

AECOM: Crum, R.

Determining which technology constitutes greenhouse gas (GHG) best available control technology (BACT) for a new or modified facility often hinges on the GHG BACT cost calculation.

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