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17th Annual Meeting of the Rice University Consortium on Processes in Porous Media. Rice University April 29 2013. Addax Baker - Hughes Champion CESI Chemical Chevron Conoco Phillips Core Labs* Denbury Resources Exxon Mobil Halliburton Huntsman Kinder Morgan. Marathon Oil Chem *

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17th annual meeting of the rice university consortium on processes in porous media

17th Annual Meeting of theRice University Consortium on Processes in Porous Media

Rice University

April 29 2013

consortium members
Addax

Baker - Hughes

Champion

CESI Chemical

Chevron

Conoco Phillips

Core Labs*

Denbury Resources

Exxon Mobil

Halliburton

Huntsman

Kinder Morgan

Marathon

Oil Chem*

Oxy Petroleum

PETRONAS

PTS*

Repsol

Rhodia

Schlumberger

Shell

SINOPEC

Saudi Aramco

SNF Oilfield Group

TIORCO

Total

Water Standard

Consortium Members

* In-kind contributions

faculty collaborators
Faculty & Collaborators
  • George J. Hirasaki
  • Clarence A. Miller
  • Walter G. Chapman
  • Ken Cox
  • Lisa Biswal
  • Michael S. Wong
  • Rafael Verduzco
  • Scott Wellington
  • Ed Billips (Chemistry)
  • Jim Tour (Chemistry)
  • Keith Johnston (UT)
  • Quoc Nguyen (UT)
  • Kamy Sepehrnoori (UT)
  • Francisco Vargas (PI)
  • Arne Graue (U. Bergen)
  • Rouhi Farajzadeh (TU Delft)
  • Ahmed Abdala (PI)
  • Maghsood Abbaszadeh (IPS)
staff visiting scientist post doc
Staff, Visiting Scientist, & Post-Doc
  • Maura Puerto (retired Exxon)
  • Yingcheng Li (SINOPEC)
  • Jerimiah Forsythe (PhD, LSU)
  • Jose Lopez (PhD, Rice)
slide5

Current Ph.D. Students

  • Guangsheng Gu
  • Sumedh Warudkar (defended PhD)
  • Kun Ma (defended PhD)
  • Leyu Cui
  • Aparna Raju Sagi
  • Sai Panuganti
  • Hadi ShamsiJazeyi
  • Aarthi Muthuswamy
  • Charles Conn
  • AmirHosein Valiollahzadeh
  • YongchaoZeng (joined 2013)
  • Luqing Qi (joined 2013)
undergraduate students
Undergraduate Students
  • Jenny An
  • Chang Da
  • Junli Hao
  • Mengchen Tang
  • Ivan Tanakov
  • Yang Kim
  • Sun Kim
  • Yichen Liu
  • Shaoyu Zhu
  • Rachel Liontas
  • Chang Tian
  • Sunyoung Moon
  • Austin Woo
  • Tung Nguyen
  • Tianlong Wang
  • Yezi Dong
  • Julie ChenyanLu (BS)
  • Ramesh Pudasaini (BS)
ph d graduates in oil gas industry
Ph. D. graduates in oil & gas industry
  • Robert Szafranski (1997), Exxon-Mobil
  • Sho-Wei Lo (1999), BHP Billiton
  • Dicksen Tanzil (2001), BRIDGES to Sustainability
  • Gigi Qian Zhang (2001) Baker Hughes
  • David Ting (2003), Shell
  • Alejandro Pena (2003), Schlumberger, Sugarland
  • Jason Chen (2005), Marathon
  • Leslie Zhang (2005), Schlumberger, Houston
  • Mark Flaum (2006 ), Schlumberger - Sugarland
  • Busheng Li (2006), Shell
  • Wei Yan (2006), Bectel, IPS
  • Vivek Anand (2007), Schlumberger - Sugarland
ph d graduates in oil gas industry cont
Ph. D. graduates in oil & gas industry (cont.)
  • Shunhua Liu (2008), Oxy
  • Gaurav Bhatnagar (2008), Shell
  • Doris Gonzalez (2008), BP
  • Clint Aichele (2009), Oklahoma State University
  • Tianmin Jiang (2009), Schlumberger
  • Francisco Vagas (2009), The Petroleum Institute
  • Arjun Kurup (2009), Schlumberger
  • Robert Li (2011), Shell
  • Elton Yang (2011), Chevron – Richmond
  • Michael Rauschhuber (2011), Chevron – Richmond
  • Sayantan Chatterjee (2012), Shell
  • NeerajRohilla (2012), TIORCO
processes in porous media consortium
Processes in Porous Media Consortium
  • Focus Areas
    • NMR well logging
    • Wettability alteration & low IFT EOR
    • Foam mobility control
    • Emulsion separation
    • Asphaltene deposition
    • Gas hydrate
  • Core competency
    • Formation evaluation
    • Enhanced oil recovery
    • Flow assurance
  • Products
    • Graduates
    • Theses
    • Preprints for publications
    • Computer code (upon request)
department of energy
Department of Energy
  • Novel CO2 Foam Concepts and Injection Schemes for Improving CO2 Sweep Efficiency in Sandstone and Carbonate Hydrocarbon Formations (2010-2013)
  • Quoc Nguyen, UT
  • Keith Johnston, UT
  • George Hirasaki, Rice
  • Lisa Biswal, Rice
  • Cost-share with Consortium
  • Preparing pilots with Marathon & Oxy
department of energy1
Department of Energy
  • Post-Combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture
  • 2011-2014
  • Faculty
    • George J.Hirasaki
    • Michael S. Wong
    • Ken R. Cox
    • Ed Billips (Chemistry)
  • PhD and Post-doc
    • Sumedh Warudker (defended PhD)
    • Jeremiah Forsythe (post-doc)
    • Second post-doc
proprietary research
Proprietary Research
  • National Oil Company – EOR (with UT, Stanford)
  • ADNOC – CO2 Foam & Asphaltene, with UT & PI (2010-2013)
  • IOC - Surfactants
  • IOC – Hydrocarbon gas (WAG) mobility control
  • IOC – Low IFT EOR
  • AEC – Nanoparticles for low IFT
manuscripts on website http www owlnet rice edu gjh consortium
Manuscripts on: Website: http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~gjh/Consortium/
  • Carbon Capture, High Pressure Stripper, by Sumedh Warudkar, et al.
  • Carbon Capture, Low Pressure Stripper, by Sumedh Warudkar, et al.
  • Sacrificial Agent for Surfactant Adsorption, by Hadi Shams Jazaya, et al.
  • Surfactant Flooding Low Salinity, Fractured Carbonate Reservoir, by Aparna Raju Sagi, et al.
  • Estimation of Foam Parameters, Part 2, by Kun Ma, et al.
  • Simulation of Foam Flow: Dry-Out Effect, by KumMa,et al.
  • Determination of Anhydrite in Reservoirs for EOR by Jose Lopez, et al.
agenda
Agenda

8:00 Welcome - Dean Ned Thomas; Dean of the George R. Brown School of Engineering

8:10 Rice University Energy and Environment Initiative – George McLendon; Provost

8:20 Introduction by President David Leebron; NorTex: Research Collaboration Norway-Texas partnering with Industry Challenges- Jostein Mykletun, C.G. of Norway

8:30 The Norwegian - Texas Collaboration on CO2 EOR - Dr. Arne Graue, University of Bergen

8:40 State of the Consortium - Dr. George Hirasaki

8:50 Nanoparticles for Oil Detection and Recovery - Dr. James Tour: Chemistry Department

9:10 Novel Bubble Pinch-Off Mechanisms - Dr. Lisa Biswal

9:25 Estimation of parameters for the simulation of foam flow - Kun Ma

9:45 Coffee

10:00 The effect of surfactant distribution in foam flooding - YongchaoZeng

10:20 Visualizing Oil Displacement in Porous Media Micromodels - Charles Conn

10:40 Minimum pressure gradient for viscoelastic surfactant foam in porous media - Aarthi Muthuswamy

11:00 CO2 Mobility Control in Carbonate Cores - Leyu Cui

11:20 Surfactant system selection to generate foam for EOR application - AmirHosein Valiollahzadeh

11:40 Quantitative and Qualitative study of foams for EOR applications - Jose Lopez

12:00 Lunch

1:00 EOR by Using Mixtures of Anionic-Cationic Surfactants - Dr. Yingcheng Li, SINOPEC

1:20 Evaluation of an ASP Prospect - Ding Lei

1:35 Sacrificial Agent for Reducing Adsorption of Anionic Surfactants - Hadi Shamsi Jazeyi

1:55 Surfactant EOR in fractured carboante reservoirs - Aparna Raju Sagi

2:15 Improved Absorbents for CO2 Capture - Sumedh Warudkar

2:35 Coffee

2:50 Property Scaling Relations for Nonpolar Hydrocarbons - Sai Panuganti

3:10 Application of asphaltene deposition tool (ADEPT) simulator to field cases - Yi Chen

3:30 Recommendations from Consortium Members for Future Research

4:00 Laboratory Tour

6:30 Reception at home of Consul General of Norway, Jostein Mykletun

lab tours
Lab Tours

Carbon Capture &Asphaltene

Micromodels

EOR Formulation

EOR Flooding

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