Institute for Breakthrough Energy Technology


The Institute for Breakthrough Energy Technologies (IBET) is a community contribution corporation dedicated to efficiently sourcing and accelerating the commercialization of breakthrough energy technologies. IBET received a grant from Evok Innovations to evaluate alternative methods of hydrogen production that can reduce costs and greenhouse gas emissions of oil sands operations. Hydrogen is an important feedstock for bitumen processing and the current method of steam methane reforming is carbon...Show all

The Institute for Breakthrough Energy Technologies (IBET) is a community contribution corporation dedicated to efficiently sourcing and accelerating the commercialization of breakthrough energy technologies. IBET received a grant from Evok Innovation...Show all

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Institute for Breakthrough Energy Technology $0M Sep 27, 2016

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Method of estimating chordal holdup values of gas, oil and water for tomographic imaging of a three-phase flow through a volume Apr 16, 2012 Mar 22, 2016 Patent