The donation will help the university expand and renovate facilities at the 74-acre site, which was formerly
The park now houses the university's petroleum engineering program and labs focused on clean engines and wind energy technology.
The university's first spin-off company, a nanotechnology business called C-Voltaics, is also based at the site.
In recognition of the donation, the university is renaming the Energy Research Park's Building 1 as the
UH bought the former Schlumberger property in 2009 and set it up as the home of its growing energy programs. The UH Energy Research Park is at
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