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Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger, Norway
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CCS / CCUS: Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage
UNCOVER - Understanding of CO2 dissolution in oil by convection-driving mixing and wettability alteration
The National IOR Centre of Norway
A Visual Investigation of CO2 Convective Mixing in Water and Oil at the Pore Scale Using a Micromodel Apparatus at Reservoir Conditions
CO2 Convective Dissolution in Oil-Saturated Unconsolidated Porous Media at Reservoir Conditions
CO2 Dissolution and Convection in Oil at Realistic Reservoir Conditions: A Visualization Study.
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 2021
Visual investigation of CO2 dissolution and convection in heterogeneous porous media at reservoir temperature and pressure conditions
Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology 2021
INJECTION of DISPERSED OIL-IN-WATER EMULSION to IMPROVE VOLUMETRIC SWEEP EFFICIENCY during WATER FLOODING of OIL RESERVOIRS
Journal of Porous Media 2020
Carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) in tight gas and oil reservoirs
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 2020
Effects of permeability on CO2 dissolution and convection at reservoir temperature and pressure conditions: A visualization study
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 2020
Effects of permeability and wettability on CO2 dissolution and convection at realistic saline reservoir conditions: a visualization study
Effects of Permeability and Wettability on CO2 Dissolution and Convection at Realistic Saline Reservoir Conditions: A Visualization Study
Wettability estimation using surface-complexation simulations
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2018
Sulphate in Original Reservoir Chalk Rocks: Release of Sulphate by Desulphated Sea Water and Effects on Wettability
Challenges associated with Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation (QCM-D) as a wettability screening tool
Oil & gas science and technology 2018
Wettability Estimation by Oil Adsorption Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation QCM-D. SPE-190882-MS
Effect of Ferrous Ion Fe2+ on Wettability: Oxidation and Cation Bridging. SPE-185816-MS
Multiphase Flow Parameters
Screening of the Potential for Different Injection Water Compositions to Alter Wettability to More Water-Wet, SPE-184918-MS
Wettability Estimation by Surface Complexation Simulations. SPE-185767-MS
When Size Matters - Polymer Injectivity in Chalk Matrix
Wettability Characterization Using the Flotation Technique Coupled with Geochemical Simulations
Effects of Mud Invasion on the Determined Low Salinity Water Flooding Potential
Effect of Initial Sulfate in Reservoir Chalks on the Spontaneous Imbibition of Sea Water. Tu B05
Critical Aspects in Surfactant Flooding Procedure at Mixed-wet Conditions. SPE-174393-MS.
A MODEL FOR LOW SALINITY FLOODING EXPERIMENTS: DISSOLUTION AND ION EXCHANGE
Journal of Porous Media 2015
Low Salinity Water Flooding: Effect of Crude Oil Composition. SPE-169090-MS.
Effect of Interfacial Tension on Water/Oil Relative Permeability on the Basis of History Matching to Coreflood Data
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2014
Mature Oilfields Screening for CO2 EOR Utilization and Storage - A Case Study
Modeling of Interaction Between CO2 and Rock in Core Flooding Experiments. SPE-165500-MS.
Secondary and Tertiary Low Salinity Water Floods: Experiments and Modelling. SPE-164920-MS.
Surfactant Flooding in Heterogeneous Formations. SPE-154178-MS.
Low salinity water flooding experiments and interpretation by simulations. SPE-154142-MS.
Acceleration of oil production in mixed-wet reservoirs by alteration of relative permeability curves using surfactants. SPE-155626-MS
Oil recovery from Matrix during CO2-foam flooding of Fractured Carbonate Oil Reservoirs
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2012
Gravity Segregated Flow in Surfactant Flooding
Modeling of Ion-Exchange and Solubility in Low Salinity Water Flooding
Improved understanding of CO2/Foam EOR techniques by aid of tracer technology
Mechanistic Modeling of CO2-Foam Processes in Fractured Chalk Rock: Effect of Foam Stability and Gravity Forces on Oil recovery. SPE-144807.
Modeling of transport of a CO2-foaming agent during CO2-foam processes in a fractured chalk rock. SPE-129601-MS.
Transport of CO2-Foaming Agents During CO2-Foam Processes in Fractured Chalk Rock
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2010
Formation Damage Caused by Emulsions During Drilling With Emulsified Drilling Fluids
SPE Drilling & Completion 2009
Retention of CO2-Foaming Agents on Chalk: Effects of Surfactant Structure, Temperature., and Residual-Oil Saturation
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2009
Spontaneous imbibition of seawater into preferentially oil-wet chalk cores - Experiments and simulations
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 2009