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Article by Brad Crabtree from Prairie Business Magazine

Something extraordinary happened in Washington in February. Republicans and Democrats — from the most conservative to most liberal members of Congress from across the country — came together to support landmark energy and environmental legislation. Something extraordinary happened in Washington in February. Republicans and Democrats — from the most conservative to most liberal members of Congress from across the country — came together to support landmark energy and environmental legislation.

 

The Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute was proud to sponsor and participate in the 26th Annual  A.P.I. Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Casper Events Center. 

Request for Proposals (RFP) for Wyoming Reservoir Pilot Test Data Acquisition Program

Applications are being submitted for the $500,000 Request for Proposals (RFP) for Wyoming Reservoir Pilot Test Data Acquisition Program (WRPTDAP)

(Casper, WY, 11 December 2017) - The Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) is pleased to announce that applications for the WRPTDAP are being received and evaluated. The initial applications have begun to address the myriad of issues facing Wyoming producers. The matrix shows the applications to date and the issues being addressed and in which reservoirs. This list is not exhaustive and this program desires to solicit projects that will help EORI address multiple issues Wyoming operators face, preventing optimal oil and gas production.

Wyoming Reservoir Pilot Test Data Acquisition Program

$500,000 Request for Proposals (RFP) for Wyoming Reservoir Pilot Test Data Acquisition Program (WRPTDAP)

(Casper, WY, 29 November 2017) - The Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) is pleased to announce the initiation of a Request for Proposal (RFP) designed to acquire real world Wyoming reservoir operating data in partnership with various technology vendors and Wyoming operators.  Data collected from approved projects will be used by the Institute’s research, engineering and geology staff to analyze Wyoming reservoirs and technologies.  The goal being to suggest improved, economic methods for recovering larger volumes of stranded oil and gas which is at the heart of the Institute’s mission and legislative mandate.