DOE POISED FOR IMPROVED RECOVERY PROGRAM

08/19/1991
The Department of Energy is preparing to begin field demonstrations of techniques to maintain production from aging U.S. oil reservoirs. DOE asked for comments by Sept. 6 on draft documents that would invite private companies to demonstrate improved oil recovery technologies. The department will conduct a hearing on the draft "program opportunity notices" Aug. 27 in the Sheraton Grand Hotel at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. It plans to issue the formal proposals about Oct. 1 and select the projects about April 1992. Copies of the notices can be obtained from DOE's Pittsburgh, Pa., Energy Technology Center....
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