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Technology Transfer

Technology Transfer

EORI promotes technology transfer in two ways. First, EORI encourages EORI scientists and engineers to publish all non-confidential research they undertake. Second, EORI actively facilitates technology transfer by organizing several conferences and workshops each year.


EORI has been successfully hosting technology conferences for the past eight years. The primary one being the Wyoming CO2 COnference which continues to increase in scope and attendance.  For several years EORI hosted the Wyoming IOR Conference. Due to the increase participation in our workshop series the IOR conference has been eliminated.   The 10th annual 2016 Wyoming Improved and Enhanced Oil Recovery Conference will be held July 12-14, 2016 in Casper, Wyoming.

Workshop Series

EORI has hosted a number of workshops specific to the Tensleep and Minnelusa reservoirs. Copies of presentations given at these workshops are available to you.

Recent Papers and Presentations from EORI Staff

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

North American CO2 Supply for EOR - Glenn Murrell, PhD

Wyoming's Miscible CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery Potential from Main Pay Zones: An Economic Scoping Study - Benjamin R. Cook, PhD

Minnelusa Information Resource - Utilizing Forney and Shier Datasets - Vandy Jones

Characterizations of Fractures and Their Effect on REservoir Directional FLow in Tensleep Sandstones - Peigui Yin & Shaochang Wo

Energy and the Future in Wyoming - Geoffrey Thyne

Implementation of a Geographical Information System (GIS) for the Wyoming Enhanced Oil REcovery Institute (EORI)  South West Users Group Conference - Brian Reyes

New Developments in Screening and Scoping Methodologies for CO2 EOR  14th annual CO2 Flooding Conference - Glen Murrell

Reports prepared by the Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute

Core evaluation and clay analysis of the Newcastle Sandstone, Osage Wyoming (2013) - Chopping, Jones, Yin

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

Evaluation of Low Salinity Injection for the Minnelusa Formation, Powder River Basin, Wyoming -Geoffry Thyne/Pubuda Gamage

Grieve Field study - Shaochang Wo & Peigui Yin

Tensleep Fracture Compendium - Scott P. Cooper & John C Lorenz

Memo Deadman Creek ASP Project Summary - David Mohrbacher

Geochemical modeling and experimental evaluation of high-pH floods: Impact of Water-Rock interactions in sandstone - Mahdi Kazempour, Eric Sundstrom, Vladimir Alvarado

ASP design for the Minnelusa formation under low-salinity conditions: Impacts of anhydrite on ASP performance - Casey S. Gregerses, Mahdi Kazempour, Vladimir Alvarado

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