Innosphere now recruiting new cohort of companies aiming to improve oil-and-gas industry

By: InnovatioNews Wednesday November 19, 2014 0 comments Tags: Fort Collins, Innosphere, Jemez Technology, OptiEnz Sensors, Rob Writz, Solid Power

 

FORT COLLINS - Innosphere is recruiting a new cohort of startup and high-growth businesses that are commercializing technology innovations to improve efficiency of oil-and-gas operations and reduce environmental impacts, the Northern Colorado-based incubator announced.

Applications to become an Innosphere client company are due Dec. 1 to be considered for the first cohort of companies to begin Innosphere's incubation program in early 2015.

Interested companies can apply at www.innosphere.org/apply.

Innosphere said it is dedicated to supporting startups that are increasing efficiencies in oilfield operations and reducing the industry's environmental footprint.

"Many of the solutions to these challenges include robotics, automation, software, sensors, cleantech and advanced materials," said Rob Writz, Innosphere's clean tech program director.

"These solutions are in high demand, and Colorado has all the assets in place to support companies developing technologies for the oil-and-gas markets.

"In Colorado, we can invent the technology, test it at leading universities, demonstrate it in the field and obtain first customers."

The new cohort of recruited companies will be divided between startups and high-growth companies, Innosphere said.

Previous companies assisted by Innosphere in the oil-and-gas markets include Avivid Technologies, EcoVapor Recovery Systems, Jemez Technology, OptiEnz Sensors and Solid Power.
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