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The Energy & Environmental Research Center: Putting Research Into Practice
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The Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) is recognized as one of the world's leading developers of cleaner, more efficient energy and environmental technologies to protect and clean our air, water, and soil.

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Welcome to our team, Sara Lahr! http://bit.ly/1HO9whk
The EERC is pleased to introduce Sara Lahr as the newest member of our Research Information Systems (RIS) group. Sara’s education, a B.A. degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota, Morris, and her prior work...
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Happy Earth Day! At the EERC, every day is Earth Day. www.undeerc.org. #EarthDay #EarthDayEveryDay
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#ThrowbackThursday Throwing it waaay back to our original facility from 1951. More EERC history: http://bit.ly/1GPlOnG #TBT #goodtimes
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Congrats, Richard! Midwest Emissions Announces Richard MacPherson to Succeed as President and CEO http://bit.ly/1OVAiGt
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Senator Heidi Heitkamp’s Legislation calls for clean coal investment. “The United States must continue to advance coal as an important component of our current and future energy portfolio,” Tom Erickson, EERC Director http://bit.ly/1wuFxXK #cleancoal
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., is seeking investment dollars in coal technology.
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Carbon Dioxide Utilization – The North Dakota Advantage http://bit.ly/1B5du1e
The demand for power in North Dakota is ever increasing. It is estimated that 2.5 gigawatts (GW) of additional electricity will be required for power in North Dakota by the year 2032. This poses a critical question: Will carb...
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EERC’s Materials Lab Provides Targeted Solutions for Oil and Gas Production http://bit.ly/1K8LrzO
Understanding the detailed physical and chemical structure of a reservoir will lead to better reservoir modeling, more optimal recovery strategies and, overall, more economical recovery of greater amounts of hydrocarbons. The...
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Tremendous Opportunity for EOR in 2015 http://bit.ly/1FLiYl6 #Bakken
The University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) is leading a high-profile project focused on demonstrating the potential for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) to significantly increase oil production fr...
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EERC and University of North Dakota collaborate to advance Bakken research efforts in the state of North Dakota #bakken
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A common gas holds uncommon promise for N.D. http://bit.ly/1zQkfi9
GRAND FORKS — The demand for power in North Dakota is ever-increasing. It is estimated that 2.5 gigawatts of additional electricity will be required for power in North Dakota by the year 2032. This poses a critical question: Will carbon capture technologies play a role in meeting that demand? T...
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Inside this issue of EERC Solutions: Advancements in Fundamental Research + CCUS - The North Dakota Advantage http://bit.ly/1wl7POR
Basic research is an extremely critical component for advancing tomorrow's energy solutions. The EERC knows how investments in research can lead to tremendous economic and environmental successes. READ MORE · Carbon Dioxide Utilization – The North Dakota Advantage. The demand for power in North ...
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#TBT EERC newsletters spanning 26 years. Wow! Sign up to receive our e-newsletter here: http://bit.ly/1LfKQLN #1989
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