Welcome to the Center for Subsurface Energy and the Environment

Hugh Daigle

Webinar with Ryosuke Okuno

Friday, June 4, 2021, 12pm - 1pm
Novel Wettability Modifiers to Improve Oil Recovery from Tight/Shale Reservoirs

Learn More
Zoya Research

Industrial Affiliates Projects Spotlight

Multi-Scale Rock Physics of Unconventional and Carbonate Reservoirs

Learn More

Researcher Profile

Yingda Lu, Assistant Professor

Learn More

Research Highlights

CSEE News

CARBON UT, a new Industrial Affiliates Project (IAP), has been approved in CSEE

The IAP will be led by Dr. Nicolas Espinoza and Dr. Ryosuke Okuno and will focus on Utilization, Transportation, and Storage of CO2 for maintaining the carbon cycle.

 

Traci Laird, Executive Assistant, CSEE, is receiving a Cockrell School of Engineering Staff Excellence Award for 2020-2021

As Executive Assistant of the Center for Subsurface Energy and the Environment (CSEE) since January 2020, Traci has taken the lead to rebrand the Center, implement our vision, build a culture of collaboration and inclusiveness, help develop a new website, establish our monthly webinar series, strengthen the relationship with PGE, and so much more. Last March she was a leader in anticipitating and implementing our work transition plan for COVID.

Zoya Heidari, Associate Professor, is receiving the SPWLA Distinguished Technical Achievement Award

The virtual ceremony will be broadcast via the SPWLA YouTube Channel  https://youtu.be/UNd0oCPSnTo at 12:25 pm.Central today, May 19,,2021.  The award “is presented in recognition of exceptional contributions in one or more specific areas of formation evaluation technology”.

Learn more

Yingda Lu, Assistant Professor, is receiving the SPE Regional Production and Operations Award in the Southwestern North America Region.

The Production and Operations Award of the Society of Petroleum Engineers recognizes outstanding achievement or contributions to the advancement of petroleum engineering in the area of production and operations technology.

Learn more

Deborah Hempel-Medina has been selected to receive a Transformational Online Instruction Contributions (TONIC) Award

These awards are intended to recognize professional (non-tenure-track) instructional faculty and staff who have demonstrated exceptional creativity and rapid innovation in our hybrid and online instruction. Deborah’s efforts have made an extraordinary and positive impact on students and the university during a challenging year. This program is sponsored and funded in partnership with the Provost’s Office. Deborah will be invited to participate in a panel presentation for the Faculty Innovation Center’s Technology-Enhanced Learning Symposium in May 2021.

Hildebrand Department recognized as No. 1 graduate Petroleum Engineering program in the country by U.S. News & World Report

Learn More