KU TORP Research Working KU Environmental Engineering and WVU on Produced Water NSF Grant

LAWRENCE — Every year in the U.S., a whopping 20 billion barrels of water are generated as a byproduct of domestic oil and gas recovery, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Safe and environmentally responsible management of this “produced water” is important to energy companies, farmers, ecosystems and everyday people whose drinking water comes […]

2015 KU TORP Winter Newsletter

Find the winter edition of Enhanced Oil here. TORP_newsletterWinter2015

KGS Portion of the Energy Minerals Division Midcontinent Councilor’s report to the AAPG

Recently the Kansas Geological Survey submitted theKansasportion of Energy Minerals Division Midcontinent Councilor’s bi-annualreport to the AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists). The reportincludes discussions on Kansascoal, CBM, and various aspects of the horizontal drilling in theMississippi Lime Play. The Kansas portion of the reportcan be here.Thecomplete report, as well as additional reports from other […]

2015 Spring TORP Enhanced Oil Newsletter

2015 Spring TORP Enhanced Oil Newsletter

KU Opens Position for CP&E Professor and TORP Director

The University of Kansas Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering and the KU Office of Research  is now seeking an Associate or Full Professor of Petroleum Engineering and Director, Tertiary Oil Recovery Program This is a combined academic and research center appointment, offering an opportunity to conduct research in petroleum recovery technology with a reduced teaching commitment. […]