Posts tagged with: USP

The two institutions will likely develop joint scientific research and promote the exchange of Professors and researchers in the areas of Engineering, Energy, Petroleum and Natural Gas, Capture and Storage of CO2, and others The University of São Paulo (USP)...
Most of the gas emissions come from the burning of CO2; RCGI pursues technologies for pre-salt that can help avoid GHG emissions Natural gas consumption has been growing worldwide, in both developed and underdeveloped countries, with the latter having natural...
Importance and uses of natural gas as an energy source have been growing; event at USP discusses possibilities and challenges for natural gas in a world that wants to reduce emissions Brazilian and foreign experts meet at Sustainable Gas Research...
Promoted by Fapesp and by the Research Council of Norway, the event will discuss the development of new production systems, efficient use and distribution of energy. On September 21, the academic director of the Research Centre for Gas Innovation –...
Organized by RCGI, the event will bring together representatives from academia, the government, and companies on September 14, in São Paulo. On September 14, the Research Center for Gas Innovation (RCGI) will hold a workshop in São Paulo to discuss...
The lessons with professor Dongsheng Wen shall address the scientific advances in nanotechnology as applied to energy. Researcher Dongsheng Wen, a Chair Professor of the School of Chemical and Process Engineering at the prestigious University of Leeds, in the United...
An increase in the supply of natural gas from presalt oil fields has turned this fuel into the latest fad; scientists now study new uses and innovative Technologies for its use “Natural gas is of strategic importance for the state...
The Project will make plans for different situations and levels of adoption of natural gas as fuel, establishing parameters that may help to gauge the targets for reduction of emissions in the country. Establishment of intelligence for energy and climate...