NEW! The CSTJF online
Despite the peculiar atmosphere that still reigns in this month of June 2020, we are pleased and proud to invite you behind the scenes of the Jean Féger Scientific and Technical Center and of the Platform for Experimental Research in Lacq.
Whether you’re from Pau, the Béarn region or from further afield, we invite you to look through the sections of our website and enter an exciting universe, made up of innovative programs and actions that reflect our desire to build lasting relations with the players in our environment.
It is a showcase of our expertise and commitment in Pau and Lacq that we hope reflects the authenticity, vitality and flexibility of our structure.
The site you’re getting ready to browse through is the result of pure teamwork. Reading through these pages, you'll get to know more about us, you might feel proud, you might even be surprised: the CSTJF is an internationally renowned, first-rate technological center of excellence. The world needs better energy, and Total, a global energy company, has chosen to place its bets on technological innovation: the Jean Féger Scientific and Technical Center is one of the pillars of its ambition. It is borne by 2,900 personnel members who contribute to seeking and implementing new solutions for sustainable and responsible development.
Get to grips with the complexity of hydrocarbon exploration and production, dig into the R&D page, take a look at pictures of the PANGEA III supercomputer, pinpoint Total’s sites in Southwest France, (re)immerse yourself in the history of the discovery of gas in Lacq, find out about our civic actions for young people, look into our environmental challenges, and so much more! And make sure you come back regularly to catch up on our latest news.
Enjoy your visit!
The RTSC (Real Time Support Center) Smart Room for drilling operations worldwide.
Laboratory technician mixing cement at the CSTJF mud and cement laboratory.
Geomechanical engineer preparing a high-pressure/high-temperature test in a specific cell developed at the CSTJF.
Bird’s-eye of the CSTJF and its gardens.