DOE SLATES STUDIES OF OIL AND GAS RESERVOIRS

The Department of Energy is sponsoring seven research projects to develop more accurate methods to depict the geological nature of U.S. oil and gas reservoirs. The winning projects in DOE's 1993 petroleum geoscience competition were chosen from 63 proposals the department received in response to a solicitation last October. The seven projects will cost $8 million, with DOE providing $5 million and project sponsors the balance. DOE said in most cases, sponsors will team with major and

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