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Arne Stavland

Chief Scientist

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Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

Arne Stavland


Energy & Technology

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Subsurface Flow Laboratory

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Recommended polymer workflow: Lab (cm and m scale) – Universitetet i Stavanger 2022
Recommended polymer workflow: Interpretation and parameter identification – Universitetet i Stavanger 2022
Flow behavior of thermo-thickening associative polymers in porous media: effects of associative content, salinity, time, velocity, and temperature – SN Applied Sciences 2022
Associative polymers for disproportionate permeability reduction – Formation wettability effects – Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 2021
Validation and benchmarking of an inorganic aluminium-carbamide gel system for in-depth and near wellbore conformance control – SPE Improved Oil Recovery Conference 2020
Scaling of Mechanical Degradation of EOR-polymers: From Field-Scale Chokes to Capillary Tubes – SPE Production & Operations 2020
Water Shut-Off with Polymer in the Alvheim Field – 2019
An Experimental Investigation of Polymer Mechanical Degradation at the Centimeter and Meter Scale – SPE Journal 2019
Modeling of Associative Polymer Flow in Porous Medium – 2019
An Investigation of Polymer Mechanical Degradation in Radial Well Geometry – Transport in Porous Media 2019
Core scale modeling of polymer gel dehydration by spontaneous imbibition – SPE Journal 2019
Polymers and polymer-based gelants for improved oil recovery and water control in naturally fractured chalk formations – Chemical Engineering Science (CES) 2018
Core-Based Evaluation of Associative Polymers as Enhanced Oil Recovery Agents in Oil-Wet Formations – Journal of energy resources technology 2018
An Experimental Investigation of Polymer Mechanical Degradation at cm and m Scale – 2018
Core Scale Simulation of Spontaneous Solvent Imbibition from HPAM Gel – 2018
A model for non-Newtonian flow in porous media at different flow regimes – Computational Geosciences 2017
Associative Polymers as Enhanced Oil Recovery Agents in Oil-wet Formations - A Laboratory Approach – 2017
When Size Matters - Polymer Injectivity in Chalk Matrix – 2017
EOR Screening and Potential Applications on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) – 2017
Temperature-switchable Polymer for Enhanced Oil Recovery – 2017
Integration of IOR Research Projects through Generic Case Studies – 2017
Silicate Gel for In-depth Placement- Gelation Kinetics and Pre-flush Design – 2017
A Model for Non-Newtonian Flow in Porous Media at Different Flow Regimes – 2016
Disproportionate Permeability Reduction of Water-Soluble Silicate Gelants - Importance of Formation Wettability – SPE Production & Operations 2016
Laboratory testing of environmentally friendly sodium silicate systems for water management through conformance control – SPE Production & Operations 2016
Polymer flow through water-and oil-wet porous media – Journal of Hydrodynamics 2015
Numerical evaluation of dynamic core-scale experiments of silicate gels for fluid diversion and flow-zone isolation – SPE Production & Operations 2014
Core-scale simulation of polymer flow through porous media – Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 2013
Mechanisms Involved in Microbially Enhanced Oil Recovery – Transport in Porous Media 2012
How To Apply the Flow Velocity as a Design Criterion in RPM Treatments – SPE Production & Operations 2010
Scleroglucan Gels for Profile Modification in High-Temperature Reservoirs – SPE Advanced Technology Series 1995
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