From: U.S. Energy Association
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: REMINDER: U.S. DOE Briefing on Control of Fracture Propagation & Fluid Flow
Date: Wed Jul 16 15:01:37 MDT 2014
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PRESENTING

U.S. DOE BRIEFING:
SUBSURFACE TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING CHALLENGES AND R&D OPPORTUNITIES:
CONTROL OF FRACTURE PROPAGATION & FLUID FLOW

FEATURED GUESTS
MR. DOUG HOLLETT 
&
DR. S. JULIO FRIEDMANN

 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

DR. SUSAN HUBBARD
LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY

DR. SRIKANTA MISHRA
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE

MR. IRAJ SALEHI
GAS TECHNOLOGY 
INSTITUTE

MR. JOHN W. PRITCHETT
LEIDOS, INC.




 

The U.S. Department of Energy is seeking to understand the broader technical challenges related to subsurface technology and engineering for energy applications such as oil and gas, carbon storage, geothermal, and waste disposal.  This briefing will aim to facilitate a dialogue with industry on what they perceive as the key challenges and opportunities regarding adaptive control of fractures and fluid flow in the subsurface.

 

Tuesday, July 22, 2014
8:30AM-11:30 AM

USEA Executive Conference Room

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