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Microscopic-scale fluid phase-change research could help oil industry better estimate potential shale reservoir production

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Texas A&M University researchers investigate the complexity of fluid phase-change behaviors on a microscopic scale to help companies better estimate potential oil and gas production from shale reservoirs.

The Lovingfoss family has recently established the Lovingfoss Family – Classes of ’52, ’87, ’18, ’23 Petroleum Ventures Program Endowed Scholarship for petroleum engineering students who are participating in the Petroleum Ventures Program at Texas A&M University.

Texas A&M University researcher Dr. Hongquan Chen is upgrading subsurface fluid monitoring software to show how changing conditions underground affect the speed and direction of fluid flow.

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