This Oil and Gas TOE covers innovations used in hydrocarbon recovery, sour gas removal, oil & gas coatings, self-healing concrete, corrosion resistant coatings, and process simulation software. Use of corrosion resistant and self-healing coatings that can be applied on oil & gas pipelines to eliminate corrosion are also covered in this TOE . The TOE also features a mechanical steel-based innovation that can provide wear and tear resistance in the oil & gas environment.
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Table of Contents
1. Technology Advancements in the Oil and Gas Industry
- Hydrocarbon Recovery Technology that Uses Brownian Motion to Enhance Efficiency
- Coatings for Oil & Gas Pipelines that are Corrosion Resistant and Self-healing
- Mechanical Steels that Can Provide Resistance to Corrosion and Wear in the Oil & Gas Environment
- Coatings Made of MCrAlY Materials that can be Used in Demanding Environments
- Stainless Steel that Provides Superior Chloride Resistance
- Process for Developing Self-healing Concrete
- Technology to Remove Hydrogen Sulfide from Sour Gas
- Epoxy Coatings that can be Used for Corrosion Protection of Oil & Gas Pipelines
- Process Simulation Software that can be Used in Production, Processing, and Refining of Oil & Gas
- Catalyst with Monolith Honeycomb Shape that can be Used in the Oil & Gas Industry
2. Industry Contacts