Finished projects – The National IOR Centre of Norway

The Centre provides solutions for improved oil recovery on the Norwegian continental shelf through academic excellence and close cooperation with the industry.

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See the list of final projects reports and PhD theses here.

1.1.8 Flow of non-Newtonian fluids in porous media

1.1.10 From SCAL to EOR

1.1.11 Permeability and stress state (PhD project)

1.3.4 Description of the rheological properties of complex fluids based on the kinetic theory (postdoc project)

2.5.1 Development and testing of nanoparticles as tailor-made tracers for improved reservoir description and for measurement of defined reservoir properties (postdoc project)

2.5.2 Single-Well Chemical Tracer Technology, SWCTT, for measurement of SOR and efficiency of EOR methods

Other projects

1.1 EOR screening and possible application on the NCS

1.1 Incorporating compaction into fluid EOR characterization potential

1.1 Review of experimental data and building a prototype of ‘IRIS lab’ database

1.2 New methodologies at NIOR Stavanger for EOR purposes

1.2 New horizons: Analytical advances related to chalk - training and applications of TEM, FE-SEM, and Nd isotopes

1.2 Installation of state-of-the-art X-ray diffraction (XRD) analytical facility at NIOR for EOR research

1.2 Geological studies on carbonates (including chalk) and chert for the further understanding of rock material for EOR research and applications

1.2 Quantification of chemical changes in flooded chalk on homogenized and natural samples with nanoRaman and FE-TEM at CoE Institute for the Study of the Earth’s Interior (Misasa, Japan)

1.2 Selection and study of clastic rocks related to the selected pilot study at the NIOR Centre

2.7 Improved History Matching under changing wettability

2.7 Reservoir complexity and recovery potential

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