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This is a place to collect data for the Appalachian Basin Geocube project.
The Knowledge Management Database (KMD) is a document repository that provides links to archived oil and gas documents as well as topical reports stored in the DOE Office of Science and Technology...
Methane (CH4) is becoming a dominant form of global energy. Some of this methane is trapped below the surface in coalbeds that are uneconomical to mine. Increasing the naturally occurring methane...
A collection of EDX submissions on core characterization.
The Crosscutting Program has a unique ability to see and foster applications of a given technology across a number of programs.
The Department of Energy's GIS group is a catalog of open data created by DOE GIS users. It is intended as a public resource to collect, share, and add valuable resources, links, and other...
Tools provide access to data and information assembled as custom themes of high interest. Tools are standard, static, frameworks; however, the data presented within them may update and change with...
This group is a collaborative of individuals working at the intersection of energy and infrastructure
Repository for data, links, and information on national and international fault data resources.
This is a database of DNA sequences extracted from samples of energy and energy-impacted systems. Sequences include 16S rRNA, metagenomes, and genomes. All sequences should additionally be...
A collection of resources providing geophysical datasets available both publicly and commercially.
This is a collection of data submissions from the HFTS 1 - Phase 1 projetct.
The IGHCCS2 Group holds supporting data from the 2nd International Gas Hydrate Code Comparison Study, held 2017-2020.
This group contains information and data relevant to the NATCARB Atlas. The most current version of the data is v1502.
NETL's Technical Report Series (TRS)
NETL is leading a multi-laboratory effort that leverages broad technical capabilities across the DOE complex into a mission-focused platform that will develop the integrated science base that can...
Pressure gain combustion is an alternative to constant pressure combustion in which a detonation is used to react fuel and oxidizer in a rapid manner creating near constant volume combustion.
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