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Air Liquide to participate in 2015 Wyoming EOR/CO2 Conference, July 15-16

July 15, 2015
At 04h00 (UTC +2)
Casper, Wyoming, USA

Air Liquide Industrial U.S., LP (“Air Liquide”) will sponsor and exhibit at the University of Wyoming Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute’s Wyoming EOR/CO2 Conference, July 15 – 16, at the Casper Events Center in Casper, WY.

The two-day event, which also includes an exhibition, will focus on new and emerging research and technologies that improve and enhance oil recovery in Wyoming’s oil fields.

Serving as an incubator for collaboration and sharing of best practices, the conference will assemble large and small operators, local and federal government representatives and industry stakeholders. The conference features technical workshops facilitated by leading industry experts and will address issues relevant to today’s oil climate.

Air Liquide – world leader in industrial gases, technologies and services for Industry and health – is committed to collaborating with the oil and gas industry to fuel long-term growth. From extracting and converting hydrocarbons to storing and transporting, Air Liquide has an offer to meet individualized needs. Company representatives will showcase a full range of industrial gas solutions that maximize efficiency, improve process safety and manage rising costs.

Attendees are invited to visit Air Liquide at Booth No. 1, where the Air Liquide team will be on hand to discuss the latest industrial gases, technologies and equipment for upstream and midstream applications including:

  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen (N2) for EOR applications
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen (N2) solutions for hydraulic fracturing and coil tubing operations
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen (N2) portable storage equipment
  • FLOXAL™ AMSA™ EOR nitrogen system
  • Pipeline purging, cleaning pressurization and pig pushing

Registered attendees who visit Air Liquide Booth in No. 1 will have the opportunity to participate in a daily drawing for an iPad Mini.

Click here for general information about the conference.