Hydraulic fracturing, directional drilling and other advanced technologies have enabled production of domestic oil and gas from shale and tight rock throughout North America.
Energy of tectonic forces relentlessly reshaping the Earth’s crust can impart stresses in geologic formations that may build over time, perhaps suddenly released in a seismic event such as an earthquake.
The Southcentral and Upper-West CHP-TAPs host no-cost webinars focusing on applications for an upcoming webinar focuses on applications in Oil and Gas.
HARC Research Associate, Dr. Asanga Wijesinghe, received the Young Scientist Paper Award (Third Place) for his paper entitled “Effects of Nanoparticle Based Fuel Additives on Diesel Engine Performance and Emissions."
The Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) in The Woodlands, Texas has been awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to assist public and private entities considering Combined Heat and Power (CHP).