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  1. CEED More Than An Enigmatic Building Dr. Bob Trentham Director Center For Energy and Economic Diversification at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin

  2. What is CEED? • Part of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin • Center For Energy and Economic Diversification (CEED) Houses - • Economic Development Administration – University Center • Small Business Development Center • Petroleum Industry Alliance • Incubator • Duck (Coot) Pond

  3. Overall Mission • Economic Development Administration – Working with Local Governments • Small Business Development Center – Start-ups / New Businesses • Petroleum Industry Alliance (PIA) – Working with the Petroleum Industry • Incubator –EDA, SBDC, and CEED.

  4. Economic Development Administration (EDA –UC) Troy Williamson

  5. Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Jamie Robert Art Connor??

  6. Director • Head the Petroleum Industry Alliance • Senior Lecturer in Geology at UTPB • Clean the Coot Pond

  7. CEED

  8. Auditorium

  9. The Library

  10. Classrooms

  11. The Board Room

  12. CEED STAFF Sheila Rikki

  13. Who Uses CEED? • Baker Petrolite • Compressor Systems Inc. • Duke Energy • UT Lands • New Mexico Tech • 33 Other Organizations • 9 Weddings, 3 Birthdays • March – June Weddings

  14. Mission Statement of PIA • Provide Technology Transfer activities and events for the Permian Basin petroleum community. • Conceive and conduct research projects related to Permian Basin oil and gas development. • Act as an effective catalyst for bringing new oil and gas projects to the Permian Basin.

  15. PIA ADVISORY BOARD • John Bergman Penwell Energy  • James L. Bowzer Marathon Oil • Stephen N. Castle Cowboys Res.   • William F. Dingus Dingus Investments • Arlen Edgar Independent Engineer • Arden Grover Independent Engineer • James C. Henry Henry Petroleum • Jack Hightower Pure Resources, Inc.   • Chris Hisel M. R. Oil Company   • Gary D. Meyer Dale Meyer Trucking • Dr. Mike Robinson Robinson Drilling • Buddy Sipes Chisos Operating, Inc. • William R. Thomas EOG Resources, Inc. • Keith Weiser Westwin Energy • ChevronTexaco

  16. PIA/CEED Activities • 7th Annual CO2 Conference. • NM Tech - Improving Recovery in Hetergeneous reservoirs w/CO2 • Wind Power Land Owners Conference • DOE Class II Review / CD Rollout. Dec 12, 2002

  17. Petroleum Industry Alliance • Grant Proposals “In the Mill” w/Dr. Richard Erdlac • Delaware Basin Deep – Industry Consortium • Lamar Lime – Industry / DOE • Deep Well Geothermal / DOE, Industry, University Lands • Salt Flat Graben Study / NSF • Saline Brine Ponds Dr. Richard Erdlac

  18. New at CEED • Study Set of Permian Basin Cores • Wristen - Lea Co. NM • Penn Carbonates – Motley Co. TX • Glorieta / San Angelo – Ward Co. TX • San Andres - Ector Co. TX • Grayburg - Ector Co. TX, Eddy Co. NM • Queen – Eddy Co. NM • Quarterly News Letter

  19. Future Plans • Develop ties with the Petroleum Technology Transfer Council - Permian Basin and PTTC - NMEX • Meetings with Society Presidents • Degree in Industrial Technology • Re-open the PETEX Facility • Wind Energy • Talk, Talk, Talk

  20. Core Layout / Viewing Area BEFORE

  21. Core Layout and Viewing Area AFTER

  22. Regional Core Repository • Working with BEG to bring a 100,000 sq. ft. Regional Core Repository to CEED • $2,000,000.00 Project • Expansion of Existing BEG Facility • Core Layout / Viewing Area

  23. Future Home of Regional Core Repository?

  24. UTPB RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION THESES • Foster – South Cowden (Grayburg) Field, Ector Co., TX • Lost Tank (L. Brushy Canyon) Field, Eddy Co., NM • MFE (Grayburg) Field, Andrews Co., TX • Blackwater (San Andres) Field, Gaines Co., Tx • Vacuum (Glorieta) Field, Lea Co., NM • W.A. Estes (Holt) Field, Ward Co., TX • Morrow Reservoir Characterization, Eddy Co. NM (In Progress)

  25. PETROLEUM ORIENTATED CLASSES AT UTPB • Geology of the Permian Basin • Carbonate Sediments • Geophysical Methods • Oceanography – Sul Ross • Subsurface Exploration Methods • Core/Sample Description Workshops

  26. Dr. David Watts • The New President of UTPB is Committed to: • working with the Petroleum Industry • Increasing student Enrollment • Making UTPB more “user friendly” • Talking to community and industry groups to better understand, and respond to, the needs of the Permian Basin

  27. The Coot Pond

  28. Duck !!!

  29. COOTS !!!!

  30. Summary • CEED is Here for the Petroleum Industry • UTPB and Geology Department are more Petroleum Orientated • New Projects • New Technology Transfer Events • 552-2432 trentham_r@utpb.edu