Coastal Impact Technology Program

The Coastal Impact Technology Program is a complementary effort to the EFD program.
 
The Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA) has established and coordinated a public benefit research program to identify and develop new methods and integrating systems for exploring, producing, and transporting-to-market energy, or other derivative products from natural gas, in Ultra-deepwater and Unconventional Onshore Hydrocarbon Resources. Various research efforts have been funded through the program that may be considered as synergistic to the Coastal Impacts Technology Program (CITP). Various proposals have been selected under the Ultra-Deepwater Program, the Unconventional Resources Program and the Small Producer Program.
 
The CITP leverages the research effort that will be performed under the RPSEA awards. The CITP will determine, for example, how the RPSEA current awards fit into the roadmap of technologies that could mitigate environmental impacts in Texas coastal regions and will identify the gaps that need to be filled.
 
For more information contact: Rich Haut, HARC, (281) 364-6093, rhaut@harc.edu