Next Fall 2019 FAST Consortium Meeting – November 1st, 2019
The Fracturing, Acidizing, Stimulation Technology (FAST) Consortium is a joint industry/university research consortium that performs research in all areas of stimulation of oil and gas wells. FAST concentrates on theoretical and laboratory developments that can be directly employed in the field to improve stimulation design and execution. Full partnership of industry is essential to the success of the consortium, and industry members are encouraged to provide direct input and guidance for the various projects.
FAST is intended to provide all segments of the petroleum sector, including major companies, independent producers, service companies, and governmental entities with the opportunity to participate in basic applied research at a reasonable cost.
FAST is directed by Dr. Jennifer Miskimins and is housed in the Petroleum Engineering Department of Colorado School of Mines. Mines is a multidisciplinary institution and support from a variety of disciplines is available as needed for various projects.
The FAST Consortium formally began operations on January 1, 2004. For more information about the program, please contact Dr. Miskimins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perform practical research in the area of oil and gas well stimulation with an emphasis on:
- Direct application
- Timely application
- Production improvement
Provide an opportunity for graduate students to work on industry-sponsored projects