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Center of Innovation For Flow Through Porous Media

This is the most advanced oil and gas research facility in the world.

Come to our grand opening ceremony Aug. 17, 2017!

The Center of Innovation for Flow Through Porous Media (COIFPM) is located at the High Bay Research Facility (HBRF) at the University of Wyoming. The HBRF contains more than 90,000 square feet of high-bay and traditional laboratory space, and affiliated office and meeting areas. The research spaces facilitate research into unconventional oil and gas reservoirs, part of UW’s Tier-1 Engineering Initiative, and will house the COIFPM, Improved Oil Recovery Laboratory, and Geomechanical/Petrology Laboratory. The building also has a Structures Research Laboratory.


Research

Facts & Figures
By the numbers

The COIFPM, located in the High Bay Research Facility, is a transformational facility.

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90K

Total Gross Square Feet (GSF)

25,109

GSF of High Bay Space

56,351

GSF of traditional lab space

7,976

GSF of Mechanical support (penthouse) space

$68M

approximate design, construction, & project administration costs

The High Bay Research Facility houses some of the most advanced technology and capabilities in the world.

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Our generous partners are critical to our research.

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