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Research Fellow
Yen Adams Sokama-Neuyam { "honorific-suffix": "Research Fellow", "fn": "Yen Adams Sokama-Neuyam", "tel": "Telephone: +47 51831821 ", "email": "yen.a.sokama-neuyam@uis.no" }

Faculty Faculty of Science and Technology
Department Department of Petroleum Technology
Room KE E-323
Priv. phone/mob 92502700


Courses taught

Research fields

Experimental and theoretical modelling of CO2 injectivity.
The impact of salt precipitation and fines migration on CO2 injectivity.

Selected publications

Research in progress

Theoretical investigation of the impact of salt distribution and progression of the dry-out zone on CO2 injectivity.
Statistical modelling of fines mobilisation in relation to CO2 injectivity.

Work experience

Spring 2017: Lecturer, PET540_Natural Gas Reservoir and Production Engineering (Graduate level), UiS.
Autumn 2016:   Lecturer  PET250_1 Natural Gas Technology (Undergraduate level), UiS.
Spring 2013:  Teaching Assistant, Fluid Mechanics, UiS

Summer 2012:  Reservoir Management Intern, Statoil 

Scientific publications (from Cristin)

  • Sokama-Neuyam, Yen Adams; Ursin, Jann Rune (2015). CO2 Well Injectivity: Effect of Viscous Forces on Precipitated Minerals. SPE; 2015-12-06 - 2015-12-09.
  • Sokama-Neuyam, Yen Adams; Ursin, Jann Rune (2015). The Effect of Mineral Deposition on CO2 Well Injectivity. SPE; 2015-06-01 - 2015-06-04.