WASHINGTON, June 28, 2017 - A $20 million Energy Department (DOE) investment has the goal of creating a more environmentally responsible, secure and resilient U.S. energy infrastructure. The funding for cost-shared oil and gas research projects is intended to increase recovery efficiency from unconventional oil and gas wells and prevent offshore spills and leaks. “Increased efficiency and reliability of preventative and recovery measures promote our energy security, and contribute to making the United States energy dominant,” said Acting Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Doug Hollett. To learn more about this program, click here