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  • Lucas Evangelista

GreenZyme visit to University of New South Wales

Updated: Apr 30, 2020

Had a great time at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) sharing with the bright minds of the future the benefits of GreenZyme Fluid Technology for increased oil production by means of hydrocarbon separation from rock surface.

During my visit to Tyree Energy Technologies building I was welcomed with a tour of the student labs and facilities, interacted with a few students researching oil well and surface separation applications and had a nice lunch with students and staff after a presentation in the auditorium.

Later in 2019, this resulted in a published paper presented in the SPE Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conference where Microfluidics Approach was studied for the use of the Enzyme Enhanced Oil Recovery (EEOR) method.

BTP GreenZyme visit UNSW Tyree Energy Building
BTP GreenZyme visit to UNSW to Tyree Energy Building

Special thanks to Amalia Halim, Prof. Klaus Regenauer-Lieb, Ryan Armstrong, Peyman Mostaghimi and Maher Rahayyem.



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