U.S. - Israel Energy Center
The GoMed international consortium aims to create technologies that will help companies to reduce carbon emissions and improve environmental safety.
Led by Tulane and Hebrew Universities, and funded by the U.S.–Israel BIRD Energy Center, GoMed consortium is developing technologies in the following four main themes:
- Subsurface Analysis for Carbon Storage and Gas Reservoirs
- Safer Production in Offshore Reservoirs
- Risk Assessment for Seafloor Infrastructure
- Carbon Utilization Technologies and Upgrading Natural Gas
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