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Rock And Fluid Properties and their interactions

Tuesday, 24 September
225 - 227
Technical Session
This session will provide a platform for in-depth discussions and insights into the latest advancements, challenges, and discoveries in the field of rock and fluid properties and their interactions, including phase behavior, experimental techniques, nanopore transport, and fluid properties. Attendees can expect to engage with leading experts pushing the boundaries of knowledge and innovation in these critical areas of petroleum engineering.
Session Chairpersons
Luis Zerpa - Colorado School of Mines
Ali Abedini - Interface Fluidics Limited
  • 1400-1425 220713
    Quantifying Permeability Changes Due To Gas Hydrate Formation In Undersaturated Oil Sandstone Reservoirs: A Numerical Reservoir Simulation Study
    D. Rathmaier, L.E. Zerpa, Colorado School of Mines
  • 1425-1450 220699
    Effects Of Compositional Uncertainty On Phase Behavior Calculations
    M. Nielsen, Whitson AS; E. Wanat, Exxon Mobil Corporation; C. Whitson, Whitson AS
  • 1450-1515 220780
    Experimental Wettability Quantification In Rocks With Complex Composition Using Water Adsorption Isotherm Measurements
    I. Silveira De Araujo, Z. Heidari, The University of Texas At Austin
  • 1545-1610 220915
    Microscale Evaluation Of Asphaltene Deposition To Comprehend Its Instability Mechanism
    A. Punase, Clariant Oil Services; Z. Zhang, Rice University; W. Burnett, Clariant Oil Services; S. Biswal, Rice University Integrated Systems and Circuits Laboratory; K. Mutch, Clariant Oil Services
  • 1610-1635 220957
    A Systematic Study On The Effect Of Capillary Pressure And Wettability On Unconventional Production And Co2 Sequestration
    S.S. Neshat, W. Keating, X. Xie, Occidental Petroleum Corp.
  • 1635-1700 220990
    Capillary Dynamics Of Nanoconfined Water And CO2 Induced By Time-dependent Wettability Alteration
    Z. Pan, K. Zhang, Peking University
  • Alternate 221055
    Forward Modeling The Formation Of Viscous Oils And Tar Mats Over Geologic Time Via History-matching Of Reservoir Charge
    T. Mohamed, The University of Texas at Austin; M. Kristensen, Schlumberger Information Solutions; C. Torres-Verdin, The University of Texas At Austin; I. Akkutlu, Texas A&M University (PE DEPT); O. Mullins, SLB
  • Alternate 221075
    Fluid Properties For Co2-rich Systems: Calculations Of Heat Capacities, Enthalpy, Entropy, Speed Of Sound, Density And Compressibility At Extended Pressure And Temperature Conditions
    R. Ratnakar, Shell International Exploration and Production Inc.
  • Alternate 220768
    Investigation Of Multilayer Adsorption Kinetics For Gas Transport And Storage In Nanopores
    K. Babatunde, H. Emami-Meybodi, Pennsylvania State University

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.