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Reservoir nanomachines pass first feasibility test
Two years ago, Saudi Aramco’s Exploration and Petroleum Engineering Center–Advanced Research Center introduced the concept of reservoir robots, or Resbots, tiny nanorobots less than 1/100th the width of a human hair, that could be deployed like an army in reservoirs through injected water.
Quest Uranium signs Quebec exploration agreement
Quest Uranium Corporation announced they have signed a letter of agreement with Nebu Resources Inc. regarding Quest's Stewart Lake and Nanuk uranium deposits.
Aminzadeh appointed chairman
Fred Aminzadeh, 2007–2008 SEG president, has been appointed chairman of Western Standard Energy Corp.’s Advisory Board.
Offshore Technology Conference attendance reaches 26-year high
Attendance at the 2008 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) reached 75 092, a 26-year high, as energy professionals from 110 countries met to learn about the latest technology to find and produce offshore oil and natural gas resources.
Chevron names new CTO
Chevron announced recently that John McDonald, currently vice president of Strategic Planning, will become chief technology officer, succeeding Donald Paul, who will retire from the company in 2008 after more than 32 years of service.