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University R&D Around the World: Part 2

Professor Miska helped establish the advanced cuttings-transport facility to simulate the behavior of cuttings inside a live wellbore.

As the task of finding and producing hydrocarbons becomes more difficult, complex, and costly, the number of universities focusing on finding solutions has risen. Whether the frontier is heavy oil, deep water, or remote locations, efforts within academia are under way to solve the next generation of technical challenges confronting hydrocarbon E&P operations. Because many noteworthy research and development (R&D) efforts exist at universities all over the world, the intent of this article is not to cover all of them but to present a sampling from many geographical locations. Part 1 of this two-part series appeared in September’s JPT.

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University R&D Around the World: Part 2

Jack Betz, JPT Staff Writer

01 October 2014

Volume: 66 | Issue: 10

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