After years of research, a group of federal scientists is recommending a new way to seal bitumen oil.
It’s a new technique that uses high-pressure technology to seal the oil.
But the team says it doesn’t have the expertise to make the technology work at this scale.
So it’s calling for the public to participate in the work.
A report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a branch of the National Science Foundation, says the technique could be used to seal more than 1 billion barrels of oil per year.
It uses high pressure to push the oil off the oil platform into the pipeline, where it’s then sealed.
The pipeline carries the oil, which can be used in many different ways.
A team of scientists led by Steven Novella of the University of Texas at Austin has been developing a new method for sealant that they hope can be scaled up and tested on a much larger scale.
The method uses the same high pressure pressure used in pipelines to create a seal that can withstand the rigors of pipelines.
The new sealant is made from two layers of the same material, which are then compressed together to create the final product.
Novella’s team hopes to use the technique in a larger project that involves more than one pipeline.
He hopes to find a commercial partner and then get the technology commercialized.
The new sealants are designed to work in both conventional and unconventional oil.
The company behind the new sealings says it will be used by a wide variety of industries, including pipelines, transportation, storage and processing.
The company is a partner in a joint effort between the Texas-based pipeline company, Transocean, and the company behind one of the most controversial fracking projects in the country, Enbridge.
The project will use an oil pipeline that would have carried bitumen from Alberta, Canada, to a terminal near Leduc, Ontario, where the oil would be shipped.
The project has drawn condemnation from environmental groups and other activists who say it would harm the environment and the environment is not a priority.
Transoceans CEO Tim Loughnane said in a statement that the company is working with environmental groups to ensure it is “fully compliant with all federal, provincial and local laws and regulations.”
But Enbridge said the pipeline would have been safe.
In a statement, the company said the project “is not subject to a rigorous environmental assessment or a rigorous safety assessment conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency.”
The study also says the process of making the sealant requires no more than a handful of people.
The scientists behind the study are calling for a new approach to seal oil.
They want to be able to test the technology in larger quantities.
They have a long list of questions.
What are the materials?
How do you seal it?
What do you need to do to get it into the final oil?
The answer to that is you need a lot of people working with the oil to get that right.
So they’re not going to do it with just anybody.
The people who will be able do that are going to have to be highly skilled and have a lot to do, including, potentially, a lot more than just drill and blow.
We’re not ready for the big-picture work.
We’re just ready to do the research and try to get this going.