INTERFACE FLUIDICS LIMITED
Interface Fluidics has developed a micro- and nanochip technology for optimizing oil and gas production through visualization of fluid-to-fluid interactions. This allows for cost effective and rapid testing of chemical performance and fluid properties at reservoir temperature, pressure, and confinement. Interface Fluidics are the only company offering the full integration of reservoir analogue design, fabrication, testing at reservoir conditions, and expert data analysis. Equinor R&T are currently validating the microfluidic PVT measurement methods developed by Interface Fluidics for use in Minimum Miscibility Pressure, Asphaltene Onset Pressure, Diffusion, Nanoconfined Bubble Point and Wax Appearance Temperature testing. The laboratory is located in the National Institute for Nanotechnology in Edmonton, Canada.
ETV's Contribution: Funding, product tests, customer insight, technical and commercial advice.
Year of Investment: 2019
Location: Calgary, Canada