Jan Tveranger

Jan Tveranger

Senior Researcher

+47 56 10 71 44
Nygårdsgaten 112, 5008 Bergen, Norway

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Jan Tveranger


Energy & Technology

Research themes

CCS / CCUS: Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage

Research Groups

Undergrunnskarakterisering, simulering og geomatikk

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Probabilistic forecasting for geosteering in fluvial successions using a generative adversarial network (conference extended abstract) – 2021
Paleokarst reservoirs: Efficient and flexible characterization using point-spread-function-based convolution modeling – Interpretation 2021
Probabilistic forecasting for geosteering in fluvial successions using a generative adversarial network – First Break 2021
Deep learning for prediction of complex geology ahead of drilling – Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 2021
Delimiting morphological and volumetric elements of cave surveys as analogues for paleokarst reservoir modelling – A case study from the Maaras cave system, northern Greece – Marine and Petroleum Geology 2021
Efficient and flexible characterization of paleokarst seismic signatures using point-spread function-based convolution modeling – SEG technical program expanded abstracts 2020
Geocellular rendering of cave surveys in paleokarst reservoir models – Marine and Petroleum Geology 2020
Processing 2D ERT data in 3D environment - A case study inside a Karstic Cave in Greece – EarthDoc 2019
Seismic imaging and statistical analysis of fault facies models – Interpretation 2017
Seismic characterization of fault facies models – Interpretation 2017
Movement of CO 2 charged fluids in low permeability rocks during deformation: migration patterns in the Carmel Formation, Utah – Energy Procedia 2017
Influence of deformation-band fault damage zone on reservoir performance – Interpretation 2017
Correlation analysis of statistical facies fault models – Doklady Earth Sciences 2017
Incorporation of deformation band fault damage zones in reservoir models – American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 2017
Volumetric faults in field-sized reservoir simulation models: A first case study – American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 2016
A method for generating volumetric fault zone grids for pillar gridded reservoir models – Computers & Geosciences 2015
Fracturing of doleritic intrusions and associated contact zones: Implications for fluid flow in volcanic basins – Journal of African Earth Sciences 2015
CO2 storage resource estimates in unconventional reservoirs: insights from a pilot-sized storage site in Svalbard, Arctic Norway – Environmental Earth Sciences 2015
The importance of natural fractures in a tight reservoir for potential CO2 storage: a case study of the upper Triassic–middle Jurassic Kapp Toscana Group (Spitsbergen, Arctic Norway) – Geological Society Special Publication 2014
Geometries of doleritic intrusions in central Spitsbergen, Svalbard: and integrated study of an onshore-offshore magmatic province with implications for CO2 sequestration – Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift 2014
Fracture systems and mesoscale structural patterns in the siliciclastic Mesozoic reservoir-caprock succession of the Longyearbyen CO2 Lab project: implications for geological CO2 sequestration in Central Spitsbergen, Svalbard – Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift 2014
Late Mesozoic magmatism in Svalbard: A review – Earth-Science Reviews 2014
Statistical Analysis of Fracture-Length Distribution Sampled Under the Truncation and Censoring Effects – Mathematical Geosciences 2014
Fracture corridors as seal-bypass systems in siliciclastic reservoir-cap rock successions: Field-based insights from the Jurassic Entrada Formation (SE Utah, USA) – Journal of Structural Geology 2014
Sensitivity of fluid flow to deformation-band damage zone heterogeneities: A study using fault facies and truncated Gaussian simulation – Journal of Structural Geology 2013
Fluid flow in relay zones revisited: Towards an improved representation of small-scale structural heterogeneities in flow models – Marine and Petroleum Geology 2013
Incorporation of 3D fault zones in field-sized simulation models – a first case study – 2013
Spatial distribution of deformation bands in damage zones of extensional faults in porous sandstone: statistical analysis of field data – Journal of Structural Geology 2013
The Longyearbyen CO2 Lab of Svalbard, Norway — initial assessment of the geological conditions for CO2 sequestration – Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift 2012
Impact of top-surface morphology on CO2 storage capacity – International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 2012
A Study on How Top-Surface Morphology Influences the Storage Capacity of CO2 in Saline Aquifers – 2012
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