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Delshad Receives 2024 SPE IOR Pioneer Award

Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (UT PGE) Research Professor Mojdeh Delshad has received the 2024 Pioneer Award. It is presented annually by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) to individuals who have made significant advancements in improved oil recovery (IOR) technology. Dr. Delshad will accept the award at the annual SPEIOR conference in April.

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Song Awarded Funding as Scialog Fellow in Negative Emissions

Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (UT PGE) Assistant Professor Wen Song was selected as a Scialog Fellow in Negative Emissions Science, organized by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and ClimateWorks Foundation. As part of the program, she has been awarded research funding by the Sloan Foundation and is one of 20 scientists on seven cross-disciplinary teams across the United States and Canada to receive funding.

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Gomaa Wins International SPE Fellowship

Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (UT PGE) graduate student Ibrahim Gomaa (PhD PE 2024) has won the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) 2023 Henry DeWitt Smith Fellowship. The fellowship is awarded annually to a student pursuing a graduate degree in petroleum engineering or a related field.

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Top 10 Moments of 2023

As we head into 2024, we’re celebrating all that UT PGE has accomplished this year. A quick look at our top 10 moments of 2023 makes one thing clear — our longstanding history of innovation and excellence in the energy industry continues unabated.

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Geothermal at UT PGE 

If geothermal power constitutes just 3% of the global energy mix in 2050, as much as 9 gigatons of greenhouse gas emissions could be eliminated. Here’s how UT PGE is helping to make it happen. 

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Geothermal Powerhouse: UT PGE
 

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