Oil and gas industry takes nanotechnology from the lab to the field – and seeks more

We recently spoke at the third Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Applied Technology Workshop on nanotechnology for exploration and production, in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. The ability to find and recover oil economically – or even at all – will require new technologies, and Saudi Aramco’s Chief Tec...

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