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Summit 2018

Summit 2018

Thank you to all the attendees of our Summit 2018 that despite the bad weather conditions they showed their continuous support and attended our annual event. It was a great pleasure for us to share with all of you these two amazing days of Learning about Worldwide Research, AI and Machine Learning, Collaboration and Networking. […]

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Energi Simulation Sponsors ECMOR XVI

Energi Simulation Sponsors ECMOR XVI

Energi Simulation is pleased to announce that it will be a Technical Programme sponsor at the 16th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery (ECMOR XVI), to be held at the World Trade Center in Barcelona, Spain, during September 3-6, 2018. Link: https://events.eage.org/en/2018/ecmorxvi/sponsoring/sponsors Eleven (11) of Energi Simulation supported professors have been selected to present […]

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Lovingly Remembered Frank Meyer, 1941-2018

Lovingly Remembered Frank Meyer, 1941-2018

With a truly amazing attitude about life and dying, Frank Meyer succumbed to Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis  on Monday, April 9, 2018 at the age of 77. Frank was born in Houston, Texas to Leanore Adams Meyer and Robert Charles Meyer on January 13, 1941. Growing up in West University Place, Houston, Frank had a wonderful […]

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Energi Simulation Booth at the SPE Conference in Calgary, Canada

Energi Simulation Booth at the SPE Conference in Calgary, Canada

Energi Simulation (formerly Foundation CMG) hosted an exhibition booth featuring four of its twelve worldwide Research Chair programs at the SPE Canada Unconventional Resources and Heavy Oil Conference in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on March 13-14, 2018.  The four Research Chairs/representatives and their respective programs are: John Chen, University of Calgary – Reservoir Simulation Giovanni Grasselli, […]

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Foundation CMG rebrands to Energi Simulation

Foundation CMG rebrands to Energi Simulation

At a recent Strategic Planning session with our Board of Directors we identified the need to broaden our scope from “oil and gas” to the full “energy” sector.   This was in response to the world’s concerns, which we share, regarding clean energy and the importance of the environment.   We knew that we needed to develop […]

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Unlocking Coal Seam Gas in Australia

Unlocking Coal Seam Gas in Australia

Photo: New FCMG Industrial Research Chair, UQ Professor Suzanne Hurter (middle), with FCMG President Duke Anderson (right), and VP Technology Andrew Seto (left) CALGARY & BRISBANE — Suzanne Hurter, Professor of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland has been appointed as the inaugural Foundation CMG Industrial Research Chair in Onshore Gas […]

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‘Oil is Well’ at University of Bergen, Norway

‘Oil is Well’ at University of Bergen, Norway

CALGARY & BERGEN — Foundation CMG (FCMG) has announced the renewal of their sponsorship of the FCMG Industrial Research Chair in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), held by Dr. Arne Skauge at the University of Bergen since October 2011.  The CAD 2.1 million contribution over the next 5 years, with potential matching funds amounting to CAD […]

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Zhangxing (John) Chen – NSERC Synergy Award for Innovation 2017

Zhangxing (John) Chen – NSERC Synergy Award for Innovation 2017

Alberta’s petroleum industry is a cornerstone of Canada’s economy, and one that is constantly improving its operations to reduce costs and environmental impact. Since 2008, Zhangxing (John) Chen of the University of Calgary has led a research consortium with a group of partners from the oil and gas sectors. Together, they are using dynamic simulations to test new […]

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A new research center at USC Viterbi will tackle some “deep” science to improve how natural resources are detected and extracted

A new research center at USC Viterbi will tackle some “deep” science to improve how natural resources are detected and extracted

A Digital Underground A new research center at USC Viterbi will tackle some “deep” science to improve how natural resources are detected and extracted. A golden age of easy-to-extract oil and natural gas appears to be coming to an end. As a result, major oil companies especially are developing new technology to help detect underground […]

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