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EORI Library

EORI Library

The Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) was created and is financially supported by the Wyoming State Legislature to work with Wyoming oil producers to increase oil production, and as result, increase tax revenues of the state.

EORI works to help the State of Wyoming and its energy producers to recover a large resource of stranded oil in depleted oil reservoirs as rapidly, responsibly, and economically as possible. 

As a part of our implementing our mission we have conducted and facilitated studies, presentations and other documents on the topic of Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). These documents are broken into subcategories to help you find the information pertinent to each topic. 

 

 

Economics

Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute of Wyoming documents, studies & presentations relating to the topic of economics.

Geology

Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute of Wyoming documents, studies & presentations relating to the topic of geology.

Engineering

Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute of Wyoming documents, studies & presentations relating to the topic of engineering.

Regulations

Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute of Wyoming documents, studies & presentations relating to the topic of regulations.

Data

Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute of Wyoming documents, studies & presentations relating to the topic of data.

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Presentation at the 2012 Wyoming Oil and Gas Fair by Mick Urban, ONEOK Partners.  Topics include ONEOK’s current activities in the Rockies.

Remember Ten Years Ago & $6.00 Natural Gas in Wyoming? What Happened & What’s Next? This presentation by Brian Jeffries of the Wyoming Pipeline Authority at the 2018 Wyoming Oil & Gas Fair discusses the changing economics and production in the Rocky Mountain region. Topic include energy pricing, exports, production and infrastructure.

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Matt Fry presents on the topic of Wyoming Pipeline Corridor Initiave to the Wyoming Pipeline Authority on June 16, 2016.

Presentation at the 2012 Wyoming Oil and Gas Fair by Brian Jeffries, Wyoming Pipeline Authority. The development and implementation of a permitting process to further a carbon dioxide pipeline network across federal lands in Wyoming.

Presentation at the 2013 Wyoming Oil and Gas Fair by Brian Jeffries, Wyoming Pipeline Authority.  Topics include Pipeline expansions, Actual additions to capacity out of the Rockies, Export capacity for natural gas out of central Rockies and more.

Presentation at the 2013 Wyoming Oil and Gas Fair by Trisha Curtis, Energy Policy Research Foundation Inc. (EPRINC).  Topics include North American Oil Production, CAPP 2013 Updated Production Forecast, Permit Activity and more.

Presentation at the 2014 Wyoming Oil and Gas Fair by William F. Demarest of Husch Blackwell. Topics include how radical changes in natural gas markets have disproportionately affected Wyoming production, trends in pricing, demand and production in key markets, pipelines and more.