Energy


Spencer Fretwell will be working with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under Dr. Stephan Friedrich, deputy leader of the laboratory’s Rare Event Detection group.
The U.S. Department of Energy competition challenged student teams from across the U.S. to design and model optimized energy systems for multi-building districts.
The Global Gas Flaring Explorer platform, which will be publicly available in early 2022, will deliver improved monitoring, visibility and transparency in flaring volume data.
Noah Sandoval’s experiences teaching environmental science led him to pursue a graduate degree in Advanced Energy Systems at Mines.
Colorado School of Mines associate professor Alfred William “Bill” Eustes III PhD ’96 has been honored with the 2020 Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty by the Society of
“We’re targeting the highest electric efficiency ever for something that’s powered by a fossil fuel – the world’s first 70 percent efficient natural-gas fueled power generation system,” said Robert Braun, professor of mechanical engineering. “It’s natural gas, but it’s clean and there are very few emissions other than carbon dioxide.”
Colorado School of Mines is proud to announce the winners of the 2019-2020 Faculty Awards for teaching and research excellence. The annual awards celebration, where the Office of Academic Affairs
Assistant Professor Kyle Leach is among 76 scientists at universities and national labs across the country to win the prestigious award this year
A Mines alumna, Miskimins joined the Mines faculty in 2002 and has 30 years of experience in the petroleum industry.
LiveLot team says app and system of cameras and computers could eliminate discharge of 84 tons of carbon dioxide per year