Energy & Environmental Research Center
Critical Challenges. Practical Solutions.
We work to develop innovative control and measurement technologies to better monitor and control emissions from refineries, incinerators, and other industrial sources.
We have a proven record in the design and deployment of CCUS technologies, including full-scale industrial applications.
From working with new technologies to eliminate pipeline leaks to using enhanced oil recovery to extend the life of a well, we lead the way in research focused on resource assessment, management, and optimization of exploration and production performance.
We are dedicated to the research and development of renewable fuels and technologies along with the commitment to an all-encompassing integrated energy approach.
For three decades, we have investigated, developed, and demonstrated innovative, integrated approaches for water utilization and quality management.
Through field demonstration, we focus on moving technologies out of the laboratory and into the commercial marketplace.
We have extensive laboratory facilities to perform all scales of materials analysis and characterization.
The EERC's 54,000 square feet of demonstration facilities accommodate a variety of technologies and allow for custom construction of new pilot-scale components to fit client needs.
Technology commercialization activities are facilitated through the EERC Foundation®, a nonprofit corporation which provides the EERC an infrastructure to support commercialization activities.
State Energy Research Center of North Dakota
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Conducting exploratory, transformational and innovative research that advances future energy opportunities to benefit North Dakota’s economy and environment.LEARN ABOUT SERC
The NDPC and EERC are happy to provide you with the EERC's newly produced map, representing drilling activity in the Williston Basin’s Bakken petroleum system. In addition to portraying the distribution of Bakken petroleum system wells, this year’s map provides an interesting review of the drilling, completion, and production trends over the past 10 years.