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Morten Gunnar Aarra

Morten Gunnar Aarra

Chief Scientist

moaa@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 71 02
Nygårdsgaten 112, 5008 Bergen, Norway

Morten Gunnar Aarra

Division

Energy & Technology

Research Groups

Lab for bærekraftig energi

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Publications
Foamability and stability of anionic surfactant-anionic polymer solutions: Influence of ionic strength, polymer concentration, and molecular weight – Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 2021
CO2 mobility control improvement using N2-foam at high pressure and high temperature conditions – International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 2021
Foam dynamics in limestone carbonate cores – ACS Omega 2020
Foam Generation, Propagation and Stability in Porous Medium – Transport in Porous Media 2020
Properties of N2- and CO2- Foams as a Function of Pressure – Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 2014
Foam performance in low permeability laminated sandstones – Energy & Fuels 2014
Comparing the static and dynamic foam properties of a fluorinated and an alpha olefin sulfonate surfactant – Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 2009
A New Polymer Application for North Sea Reservoirs – SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering 2009
Effect of surfactant structure on foam-oil interactions - Comparing fluorinated surfactant and alpha olefin sulfonate in static foam tests – Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 2006
Foam-oil interactions analyzed by static foam tests – Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 2005
Phase Behavior and Salt partitioning in Two and Three-Phase Anionic Surfactant Microemulsion Systems Part 1: Phase Behavior as a Function of Temperatur – Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 1999
Phase Behavior and Salt partitioning in Two and Three-Phase Anionic Surfactant Microemulsion Systems. Part 1:Partitioning of Salt – Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 1999
A Foam Pilot Test aimed at reducing Gas Inflow in a Production Well at the Oseberg Field – Petroleum Geoscience 1996
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