The Gas and Fuels Research Center (GFRC) and Texas A&M University at Qatar recently celebrated the center’s agreement with the Texas A&M Energy Institute based in College Station, Texas (USA), to partner on research education and training. The GFRC is a multidisciplinary research center that aims to lead the integrated research activities and resources of Texas A&M to support shale gas and natural gas exploration, production and monetization activities both in the United States and in Qatar. The agreement aligns the research, education and training interests of both organizations for their mutual benefit. With common interests in the pursuit of the advancement of knowledge and science-related to energy and energy-intensive processes, systems and opportunities, the two centers’ objectives are well aligned and complementary, center leaders said.
- A new news article published in an international news outlet about the group research activities
- News from our group
- CaRE-Fuel Lab researchers develop natural gas processing technology that could reduce Qatar’s carbon footprint
- National and International newspapers highlight the research work of Prof. Nimir Elbashir group and TEES Gas and Fuels Research Center
- Prof. Nimir Elbashir delivers a lecture at the Centenary International Engineering Congress