DOE funds more oil recovery research work

11/30/1998
The U.S. Department of Energy will fund research projects at six universities to improve oil recovery technologies. DOE's Office of Fossil Energy will provide $5.5 million in funding and the universities $2.2 million. Projects will last 3-6 years. The selections came in the fourth of five major petroleum-related competitions that DOE's National Petroleum Technology Office, Tulsa, launched in March. In recent weeks, DOE has announced grants or other funding for research projects related to advancing drilling production technology (see related stories this page and p. 31). Latest awards In the latest awards: Stanford University will extend reservoir simula...
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