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Ekstern
Shariatpanahi, Seyed Farzad { "honorific-suffix": "Ekstern", "fn": "Shariatpanahi, Seyed Farzad", "tel": "Telephone: +47 5183 2231", "email": "seyed.f.shariatpanahi@uis.no" }

Faculty Faculty of Science and Technology
Department Department of Petroleum Technology
Room KE E-268A
Priv. phone/mob +47 51 83 22 31

Courses taught

Research areas

  1. Miscible gas injection in carbonates, MMP and MME Determination
  2. Wettability Alteration in limestones using seawater
  3. Spill Blocked Using Microbial Permeability Reduction Techniques
  4. The in situ Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery in Fractured Porous Media
  5. Core characterization study

Selected publications

  1. "Visualization Experiments on Immiscible Gas and Water Injection by Using 2D-Fractured Micromodels", SPE 93537, Presented at the 14th SPE Middle East Oil &Gas Show and Conferences, Bahrain, March 2005
  2. "Visualization of Gravity Drainage in a Fractured System during Gas Injection Using Glass Micromodels", SPE 93673, Presented at the 14th SPE Middle East Oil &Gas Show and Conferences, Bahrain, March 2005
  3. "Development of a New Artificial Neural Network Model for Predicting Minimum Miscibility Pressure in Hydrocarbon Gas Injection", SPE 105407, Presented at the 15th SPE Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conferences, Bahrain, March 2005
  4. "Visualization and Simulation of Imbibition in Fracture-Matrix systems" , Paper 2005-108, presented at the Petroleum Society?s 6th Canadian International Petroleum Conference (CIPC), Alberta, Canada, June 7 ? 9, 2005
  5. "Visualization Study on the Effect of Fracture Orientation on Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery", Kuwait Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition, 7-9 March 2005
  6. "Developing of a New Model for Predicting Minimum Miscibility Pressure in Hydrocarbon Gas Injection", Presented at the 11th Chemical Engineering Conferences, Iran, December 2006
  7. "The in situ Microbial  enhanced Oil Recovery in Fractured Porous Media", Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 58 (2007) 161-172
  8. "Developing A Scaling Equation with Function of Pressure to Determine the Onset of Asphaltene Precipitation", Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute, 51, (2), 102-106 (2008)

Current research

Work experience