DHRTC Technology Conference

50+ research proposals submitted

Thursday 14 Dec 17
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More than 50 proposals were received when this year’s deadline for submitting research proposals closed on 1 December.

Twice a year the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (DHRTC) calls for new research proposals. 1 December, was the deadline of the second call of 2017 and more than 50 proposals have been received.

"The continued interest in working towards our goal of demonstrating improved oil and gas recovery from the North Sea is what makes DHRTC move forward"
Morten Jeppesen, Programme Director, DHRTC

A great and diverse pool of applicants have submitted proposals. Scientists from across the DHRTC partner institutions: Aalborg University, Aarhus University, University of Copenhagen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) and Technical University of Denmark have submitted proposals. However, also researchers from Canada and the United Kingdom are among the applicants.

“It is very encouraging to receive such a variety of proposals from researchers in the DHRTC network and beyond. It attests to the traction we have both within and outside the partnership,” says Jesper Holst, Project Manager at DHRTC.

Morten Jeppesen, Programme Director at DHRTC further adds: ”The continued interest in working towards our goal of demonstrating improved oil and gas recovery from the North Sea is what makes DHRTC move forward.”

The many proposals will be evaluated by DHRTC over the next couple of months and all applicants will receive an answer in the first quarter of 2018.

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