CPGE News

CEOR Annual Meeting

Chemical EORChemicalEOR held their annual review meeting on April 23-24 at the AT&T Center on campus. There were approximately 200 attendees, including about 121 experts from 31 companies along with 80 students, faculty and staff from UT.

The two-day event included updates from CEOR researchers, a poster session, and laboratory tours.

CPGE Symposium on Subsurface Energy

CPGEThe Center for Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (CPGE) at The University of Texas, Austin hosted a two day symposium on the topic “Frontiers in Subsurface Energy” on March 26th and 27th, 2015. The symposium was held at the Pickle Research Campus in Austin and brought together recognized technical experts, senior decision-makers, and policy specialists in topical areas related to subsurface energy production.

CPGE2014 Research Showcase

CPGEAustin, November, 2014 - On November 6th and 7th, the Center for Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (CPGE) at the University of Texas at Austin hosted a two day meeting showcasing the current research being performed within CPGE.



Research presentations and posters spanned a wide range of topics in subsurface resource characterization and engineering ranging from nano-materials for enhanced hydrocarbon production to results from field trials of enhanced recovery processes.

Another Successful CEOR Research Meeting

Chemical EORAUSTIN - June 3, 2013 - The annual research meeting for sponsors of the Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery Industrial Affiliates Project in the Center for Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering was held at the Commons Learning Center at the J.J. Pickle Research Campus in north Austin on April 24-25, 2013. More than 200 people attended including about 150 EOR experts from 39 companies and about 85 students, staff and faculty from UT.

New Training Initiative

Hilary OlsonHOUSTON - March 8, 2012 - Colorado School of Mines, Penn State University and The University of Texas at Austin today announced a new training initiative to support the rapidly growing shale natural gas and oil development sector. The training programs created under the initiative will be led by the faculty at each academic institution and are designed to ensure that regulators and policymakers have access to the latest technology and operational expertise to assist in their important oversight of shale development.