This issue of Oil and Gas TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) features trends and innovations based on the utilization of photocatalysts to convert methane to syngas, cost-effective water remediation processes, and innovations in digital flare mitigation to convert methane emissions into electricity. The TOE also provides intelligence on the use of solar steam generators for enhanced oil recovery. The TOE also features innovations on using computer models and polymeric blocks to safeguard pipelines during fault rupture, super-hydrophobic methods on removing oil contamination, and the use of autonomous underwater vehicles for upstream and downstream oil and gas applications. The TOE additionally provides insights on using AI-based satellite imagery to monitor methane emissions. Furthermore, the TOE provides intelligence on the use of metal-organic frameworks for cost-effective gas separation techniques. More innovations on the use of injecting flue gas to extract methane, emulsification of crude oil, and a process of using induced bubbles to enhance energy savings are also focused upon in this TOE.
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1. Advancements in Produced Water Remediation, Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, and Enhanced Oil Recovery
- Conversion of Methane to Syngas Using Photocatalysts
- Cost-effective Produced Water Remediation Using Nanobubbles
- Conversion of Methane Emissions into Electricity
- Solar Steam Generators for Thermal Enhanced Oil Recovery
- Cost-effective Produced Water Remediation using Nanobubbles
- Safeguarding Pipelines During Fault Rupture & Ground Movements
- Super-hydrophobic Method For Removing Oil Contamination
- Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV)
- AI-integrated Satellite Imagery for Methane Monitoring
- Less Energy-intensive and Cost-effective Gas Separation Using Metal-organic Frameworks
- Injecting Flue Gas to Extract Methane from Permafrost Gas Hydrates
- Induced Bubble Formation in Fluid Moving Through Pipelines
- Microscopic Saltwater Droplets for Emulsifying Crude Oil
- Key Contacts