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Krakow looks to Stavanger

The AGH University in Krakow contacted the Centre looking for a new collaborator. They are especially interested in collaborating on numerical simulation, production optimization and history matching.

From the left Damian Janiga, Pawel Wojnarowski and Jerzy M. Stopa from the Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas at AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow. From the left Damian Janiga, Pawel Wojnarowski and Jerzy M. Stopa from the Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas at AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow.

In between the mid-term evaluation and Science Week, centre director Merete Vadla Madland also takes her time to meet academic collegues who might be potential collaborators.

Last week she met up with a delegation from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland.

Damian Janiga, Pawel Wojnarowski and Jerzey M. Stopa explain why IOR research is so crucial for Poland.

«We only have old oil fields in Poland. That's why IOR research is so important to us,» Stopa said, explaining that the AGH University is looking for a field test collaborator.

Terje Frøiland, manager external relations & projects at University of Stavanger, is going to Krakow later this autumn – and will arrange for further meetings for a possible collaboration.