Posts Tagged ‘oil and gas’

Sensor Network Could Change How Methane Emissions Are Detected

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Sensor Network Could Change How Methane Emissions Are Detected Project Astra, led by Dave Allen, is launching novel technology to revolutionize how methane leaks are found across oil and gas sites to minimize releases into the atmosphere.

The Class of 2015: Where are they headed?

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The Class of 2015: Where are they headed?

Congratulations to the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering Class of 2015! 118 undergraduate and graduate students walked across the stage earning their diplomas on May 22, following the 68 students who completed their degrees earlier in the academic year during fall 2014 commencement ceremonies. After a college career full of successes and accomplishments, these graduates Read the rest »

Why UT Is The Energy University

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Why UT Is The Energy University

Energy is such a constant presence in our lives, we often take it for granted. Like the clean water that runs from our taps, we just expect energy to be cheap and ever-present, whether it’s the electricity that charges our phones, the natural gas that heats our houses or the oil that makes our cars … Read the rest »

Examining Energy Issues and Innovations

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Examining Energy Issues and Innovations UT Energy Week looks at how top scientists are tackling society’s toughest energy issues right here on the Forty Acres. ChE prof. Tom Edgar makes opening remarks.