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John C. Zuta
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Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger, Norway
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Smart Water Phase II
Integrated approach to CO2 EOR and storage potential evaluation in an abandoned oil field in Czech Republic
EOR Screening and Potential Applications on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS)
EOR Screening and potential applications on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS)
EOR screening and potential applications on the Norwegian continental shelf
TRANSPORT OF SURFACTANTS IN FRACTURED CHALK ROCK – LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
Oil recovery from Matrix during CO2-foam flooding of Fractured Carbonate Oil Reservoirs
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2012
Mechanistic Modeling of CO2-Foam Processes in Fractured Chalk Rock: Effect of Foam Stability and Gravity Forces on Oil recovery. SPE-144807.
Improvement of Spontaneous Imbibition in Carbonate Rocks by CO2-saturated Brine. Paper A29.
Retention of CO2-Foaming Agent in CO2-Foam Flooding of Heterogeneous Carbonate Reservoirs. SPE-143169-MS.
The Stability of Pre-formed Foam and the Effect of Gravity Forces During CO2-foam Processes in Fractured Chalk Rock. Paper B02.
Modeling of transport of a CO2-foaming agent during CO2-foam processes in a fractured chalk rock. SPE-129601-MS.
Experimental and simulation of CO2-foam flooding in fractured chalk rock at reservoir conditions: Effect of mode of injection on oil recovery. SPE-129575-MS.
Transport of CO2-Foaming Agents During CO2-Foam Processes in Fractured Chalk Rock
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2010
Retention of CO2-Foaming Agents on Chalk: Effects of Surfactant Structure, Temperature., and Residual-Oil Saturation
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2009
Simulation Aspects of the CO2 EOR Including Foam. Paper B09.
Transport of CO2-Foaming Agents during CO2-Foam Processes in Fractured Chalk Rock. SPE121253.
Oil recovery during CO2-foam injection in fractured chalk rock at reservoir conditions. SCA2009-27.
Wettability alteration due to retention of CO2-foaming agents onto chalk rock. SCA2008-50.