Founded in May 1983 by Dr. Zelimir Schmidt, the Tulsa University Artificial Lift Projects (TUALP) is a cooperative industry-university consortium to conduct research on artificial lift technologies and strategies for petroleum production.
TUALP provides members with experimental results and theoretical analyses on the performances of various artificial lift methods, and useful tools for artificial lift applications and production optimization. As a member of the consortium, eLynx will have access to its vast experience and knowledge, including an industry-leading modeling program. The university will now have access to eLynx Technologies wealth of field data.
eLynx’s partnership sets the stage for a long-standing relationship with the university’s innovative research program to help identify, test, and develop optimization strategies and collect a unique understanding of the data produced.
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