Corporate Associate Program

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The Energy & Geoscience Institute is the largest geoscience research technology consortium of its kind in the world, with over 60 members in the Corporate Associates Program from 18 countries. Its history dates back to 1973, when the Earth Science and Resources Institute was founded at the University of South Carolina, with a primary focus in geoscience research in North Africa.

In 1996, the original organization was merged with the University of Utah Research Institute in Salt Lake City, which primarily focused on geothermal energy issues and with its new name, EGI has continued to expand both for research in hydrocarbons as well as geothermal and carbon engineering solutions for both government and industry.

See the CA Program flyer.

Technical Competencies

  • Structure
  • Geochemistry
  • Biostratigraphy
  • Chrono and Sequence Stratigraphy
  • Chemostratigraphy
  • Reservoir Geomechanics
  • Reservoir Tracers
  • Seismic Interpretation
  • 3-D Visualization
  • Fluid Inclusion
  • GIS and Satellite Analysis
  • Seabed and Metocean Stability
  • Software/Database System Development
  • Carbon Science and Engineering
  • Geothermal Research and Engineering

Contact Information

 
Last Updated: 4/16/14