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Shale Gas Resource Page

February 14, 2013
To help AIChE members better understand and better communicate about shale gas, the Public Affairs & Information Committee has helped curate valuable shale gas resources.

Energy related Communities

AIChE communities that address energy-related topics include: Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division Environmental Division Fuels & Petrochemicals Division Nuclear Engineering Division Process Development Division Sustainability Engineering Forum Transport and Energy Processes Division Research and New Technology Committee See all Divisions & Forums and Committees

Center for Energy Initiatives (CEI)

The Center for Energy Initiatives is an AIChE Industry Technology Group devoted to the development, design and efficient use of energy by chemical engineers and related professionals.

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Dynamic Emulsion Characterization

AIChE Webinar
Live Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 2:00pm-3:00pm EST
This presentation illustrates several analytical tools that are being used to characterize dynamic emulsion behavior with application to flow...

Monetizing US Natural Gas

Southwest Process Technology Conference
Oct 10, 2014
Over the last several years Bechtel has experienced a dramatic increase in project opportunities that will convert low-cost, abundant North American...

Processing Challenges with Tight Oil

AIChE Webinar
Jun 4, 2014
This presentation provides insight into processing challenges with tight oil. Opportunity crudes from shale are more readily available in North...

Molecular Characterization of Petroleum Streams

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 2, 2014
Molecular Characterisation of Petroleum Streams Luyi Liu , Nan Zhang Abstract The highly competitive market in the oil refining industry forces...

The Past, Present and Future of LNG

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 2, 2014
In one decade, the gas prospects in North America have gone from dire to exceptional. In 2004, we were scrambling to build import capacity for gas as...

Equations for Flammability Parameters, Pmax and KG

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 2, 2014
The maximum pressure of gas combustion, P max , and the deflagration index, K G ,are very important flammability parameters that are used for risk...

CO2 BACT Preparation and Analysis

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 1, 2014
ABSTRACT AIChE 2014 SPRING CONFERENCE – ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER SOLUTIONS SESSION AUTHORS Joseph W. Guida, PE – Director, Process Technology and...

New Silicon-Carbide Joining Technology

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 1, 2014
FM Technologies, Inc. (FMT) has developed new methods for joining SiC-to-SiC and SiC-to-metal for use in ethylene production. Global production of...

A FT-GTL Technology for Small-Scale Applications

AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Apr 1, 2014
Abstract Stranded gas wells are reserves of natural gas (NG) that have been discovered but deemed unusable due to physical or economic reasons owing...

Water Reuse Challenges and Hydraulic Fracturing

International Society for Water Solutions - ISWS
Dec 4, 2013
GE Water & Process Technologies offers a broad product and solutions portfolio that addresses water challenges associated with hydraulic...

CO2 Utilization Via Chemical Looping Process

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2013
Introduction Chemical looping is one of several emerging technology options capable to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions and helping in a diverse...

Modeling of CO2 Capture Using Microalgae

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2013
In order to model the growth of microalgae in a open-pond reactor , a 1000L system has been built and operated under realistic outdoor conditions...

From Waste to Gas: Biogas Valorization

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2013
From waste to gas: biogas valorizationV.L. Barrio , U. Izquierdo , J. Requies , M.B. Güemez , J.F. Cambra and P.L. Arias Faculty of Engineering (UPV/...
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