Events and Webinars
The Ben Franklin's Shale Gas Innovation and Commercialization Center will be announcing the four $20,000 contest winners, as well as showcasing the 12 finalists and featuring a Poster Contest highlighting research related to the oil and gas sector at four major regional research universities.
How do we meet the goals of energy affordability, sustainability and security to ensure innovation, policy and investment in our energy system going forward?
Dr. Andrew Nyblade, Dept. of Geosciences, Penn State, will discuss the research on seismic activity as part of a DCNR and DEP monitoring program
This free face-to-face program will focus on landowner's specific considerations such as negotiating pipeline easements, understanding right-of-way agreements, and what is allowed and not allowed within restored easements.
Dr. Charles F. Mason, Professor of Petroleum and Natural Gas Economics, University of Wyoming, will be presenting for this month's webinar.
Yves E. Pollart, PE, BCEE, EVP, Engineering and Development, Compass Natural Gas Partners, LP, will be discussing what compressed natural gas (CNG) is, mobile/virtual pipeline and its history, CNG compression terminal components and locations, and safety of CNG.
Richard L. Bowers, P.E., BCEE, GSI Environmental will discuss the air quality study of large produced water disposal ponds, part of the Wyoming Dept. of Environmental Quality Air Quality Division’s Upper Green River Basin Ozone Strategy. The goal of the study is to develop a method for accurately characterizing disposal pond air emissions using water samples.