Geosystems Engineering for Enhanced Oil Recovery
What is Geosystems Engineering?
Geosystems Engineering is a branch of engineering that combines and integrates engineering with geology, and geophysics. Geosystems Engineering typically focuses in the management and conservation of the earth's natural resources including on the earth's surface and subsurface areas such as mines and aquifers.
Geosystems Engineering also includes environmental restoration, environmental conservation, reforestation, management of natural resources and reducing the impacts of climate change through greenhouse gas emissions reductions via carbon capture and sequestration. Geosystems engineers are highly sought-out and valuable employees found in companies dealing with environmental management, environmental remediation, water resource use and planning, as well as energy companies in addition to many governmental agencies that promulgate environmental regulations.
We deliver solutions:
That produce results:
Greater market share
Increased shareholder value
American Energy Plan
3-5 million new jobs
Fuel Savings of > $1.50/gallon
American Energy Independence
Ends the worst economic depression of all time
Support America's Domestic Oil and Gas
resources and companies
hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars every year for
oil, much of it from the Middle East, is just about the single stupidest
thing that modern society could possibly do. It’s very difficult to think of anything
more idiotic than that.”
~ R. James Woolsey, Jr., former Director of the CIA
According to R. James Woolsey, for Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, “The basic insight is to realize that global warming, the geopolitics of oil, and warfare in the Persian Gulf are not separate problems — they are aspects of a single problem, the West’s dependence on oil.”
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