Research yields results

Despite funding uncertainty, energy research by the US Department of Energy yields steady results.DOE, which provides more than 40% of total federal funding for US basic science research, is the principal federal funding agency for energy research.DOE sponsors and oversees research at universities in 49 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, with thousands of investigators and advanced students employed in diverse scientific research.Some of the projects DOE scientists currently have under development that should benefit the industry are effective carbon sequestration, advanced carbon dioxide injection programs to enhance recovery of oil in mature fields, an ultralow-cost meth...

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