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Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute

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Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute - Casper Office
2435 King Boulevard
Suite 302
Casper, WY 82604
Phone: 307-315-6441
Fax: 307-315-6440
Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute - Laramie Office
Department 4068
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-2791
Fax: (307) 766-2737
University of Wyoming Campus Location
Energy Innovation Center
3rd Floor
1020 East Lewis Street
Laramie, WY 82071
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The Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (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. EORI is the only institution devoted to enhanced oil recovery in Wyoming oil fields.

Attention: Request for Proposals

The submission deadline for proposals was Friday, November 13, 2015. Submissions will no longer be accepted.

Everyone who submitted a proposal will be contacted once the RFPs are reviewed. Thank you to those who submitted timely requests.

For additional information regarding equipment or instrumentation, please contact Curtis Chopping, Associate Research Scientist, EORI, at or at 307-766-9983. For questions regarding this RFP, contact Diana Hulme, Deputy Director of Research, School of Energy Resources at or 307-766-6811.

On behalf of the Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI), the School of Energy Resources (SER) is pleased to announce a request for proposals (RFP) to allocate the equipment housed in the EORI laboratory to University of Wyoming (UW) faculty and research staff. The Enhanced Oil Recovery Commission, in coordination with SER, has decided to discontinue operation of the EORI laboratory and needs to clear the space of all laboratory equipment. The equipment will be deployed through a competitive proposal process and UW faculty and research staff interested in obtaining one or more equipment items from the lab are encouraged to apply. EORI is not selling this equipment as part of this RFP. Awarded equipment will be made available to successful applicants via a direct UW property transfer.

Thank you to all who attended the 9th Annual Wyoming EORCO2 Conference. 
Copies of presentations are now AVAILABLE.


  • UW School of Energy Resources Appoints New EORI Director - Press Release

Other news ---

Osage Field– Bradley Unit single-well chemical tracer test shows promise - read about it here

UW Researchers Unveil Tool to Aid Enhanced Oil Recovery

Working Papers & Reports

The Economic Contribution of CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery in Wyoming (2010-2012), Benjamin R. Cook, PhD.


The Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) works with a variety of small Wyoming oil operators, service companies, and equipment suppliers.  EORI does not comment on the technical or financial aspects of ongoing projects.  Final work products that are not confidential are placed on EORI’s website within approximately 30 days of their being completed.  Note that some of EORI’s work products are completed within the terms and conditions of confidentiality agreements.   Confidential information is not shared with the public.

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