15th Annual Affiliates' Meeting

Centre for Petroleum Studies

Petroleum Engineering and Rock Mechanics (PERM) Research Group   

Agenda for the 2014 PERM Affiliates' Meeting

Monday, 9th June 2014

Royal School of Mines Building, Imperial College

Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2AZ

 

Talks - RSM Building room 1.31

14:00 - 14:10  Professor Peter King - Welcome
14:10 - 14:40  Catriona Reynolds - The impact of reservoir conditions on CO2-brine relative permeability and the spatial distribution of fluids in sandstones
14:40 - 15:10 Hannah Menke - Dynamic pore-scale imagine of reactive transport in heterogeneous carbonates at reservoir conditions
15:10 - 15:40  Ahmad Abushaikha - Interface Control Volume Finite Element Method for Modelling Fluid Flow in Highly Heterogeneous and Fractured Reservoirs
15:40 - 16:00  Tea/Coffee Room 301
16:00 - 16:30  Nicolas Riesco - VW-pseudo: Application of the VW method to the Estimation of Oil Viscosity
16:30 - 17:00  Adriana Paluszny - Numerical computation of the effective permeability tensor of fractured porous rocks
17:00 - 17:30  Xiaoguang Wang - Integrating outcrop fracture data and pressure transient data for constructing local scale flow models in a karst aquifer
17:30   Poster session and reception - RSM Building room 301

Previous PERM Affiliates Meetings

PERM Affiliates Meeting 2005

Perm Affiliates Meeting 2005

The Petroleum Engineering and Rock Mechanics group of Imperial College London will hold its annual PERM affiliates meeting on Monday 16th May 2005 in RSM lecture theatre 1.47.  The meeting will kick off with a series of presentations given by internal members of the PERM group followed by a poster session and buffet dinner.  A comprehensive booklet containing recent papers published by members of the group and a CD with all posters and presentations will be prepared and distributed at the meeting.  

If you would like to book a place at the meeting please contact the PERM administrator Caroline Baugh.

Agenda for the 2005 Perm Affiliates' Meeting
royal school of mines building, imperial college london, prince consort road

2:00pm:  Welcome and Introduction, Martin Blunt
2:10 pm: "Estimating the permeability of carbonate rocks using image analysis and effective medium theory", M. Jurgawczynski, X. D. Jing, and R. W. Zimmerman.
2:40pm: "Predictive pore-scale modelling," Martin Blunt
3:10pm:  "Numerical and Experimental Investigation into the Mechanisms of First Contact Miscible Simultaneous and Slug WAG Injection," Hamad Al-Shuraiqi, Carlos Grattoni and Ann Muggeridge
3:40pm: Tea
4:00pm: "Discrete fracture simulations in geologically realistic networks," Stephan Matthai and Mandefro Belayneh
4:30pm: "Modelling, quantifying and mitigating the impact of heterogeneity on production: from outcrops to smart well technology," Matt Jackson
5:00pm: Mariela Araujo - title to be announced.
5:30pm:  Close of oral session

Poster session and reception - room 1.49
5:30pm - 8:00pm

"The Effect of Cross-bedding Laminations on the Efficiency of Gas/Oil Multi-contact Miscible Displacements," Yahya Al-Wahaibi and Ann Muggeridge

"Improved Coarse Grid Generation Using Vorticity," Hassan Mahani and Ann Muggeridge

"Non-Newtonian flow in porous media," Taha Sochi and Martin Blunt

"Streamline-based modelling of fractured reservoirs," Ginevra Di Donato, Huiyun Lu and Martin Blunt

"Mixing rules at junctions in solute transport," Matthew Rhodes and Martin Blunt

"Imaging, network extraction and flow prediction for reservoir rocks," Hu Dong and Martin Blunt

"Dispersion in porous media," Branko Bijeljic, Ann Muggeridge and Martin Blunt

"Wettability effects on cyclic waterflooding: Experiments and Simulations," S. Booth, G. Apena and M. Araujo
 
"Optimised well location by combination of multiple realisation approach and quality map methods," A. Cottini and M. Araujo

"New estimate for the radius of a condensate bank from well test data using dry gas pseudo-pressure," Manijeh Bozorgzadeh and Alain C. Gringarten

"Block Renormalization and Pressure Averaging in Permeability Upscaling," P.R. King, K. Christensen and Vera Pancaldi

"Development and application of new downhole technology to detect water encroahment towards intelligent wells'," M. D. Jackson, J. H. Saunders and E. A. Addiego-Guevara
 
"Impact of reservoir heterogeneity and reservoir management decisions on water cresting in gas reservoirs," Richard P. Sech, Matthew D. Jackson, Gary J. Hampson, Paulo R. Ballin, Dirk Bodnar and Richard J. Dixon.
 
"Impact of heterogeneity on flow in fluvial-deltaic reservoirs: Implications for the giant ACG Field, south Caspian Basin," Kevin Choi , Matthew Jackson, Gary Hampson, Alistair Jones and Tony Reynolds

"Steady-state Upscaling Techniques: Evaluation and Application," Sima Jonoud and Matthew D. Jackson
 
"Predicting Permeability of Carbonate Rocks using Image Analysis," by Mathieu Jurgawczynski, Robert W Zimmerman and Xudong Jing.

"Well Test Analysis of Horizontal Wells in Gas-Condensate Reservoirs," Abdolnabi Hashemi & Alain C. Gringarten, Imperial College, Laurent Nicolas, Gaz de France.
 
"Pore Scale Analysis of WAG Flooding," Vural Sander Suicmez, Mohammad Piri and Martin Blunt
                       
"Connectivity in anisotropic fracture systems," Mohsen Masihi and Peter King

PERM Affiliates Meeting 2006

PERM Affiliates meeting 2006

 

The Petroleum Engineering and Rock Mechanics group of Imperial College London will hold its annual PERM affiliates meeting on Monday 5th June 2006 in RSM lecture theatre 1.47.  The meeting will kick off with a series of presentations given by internal members of the PERM group followed by a poster session and buffet dinner.  A comprehensive booklet containing recent papers published by members of the group and a CD with all posters and presentations will be prepared and distributed at the meeting.  

If you would like to book a place at the meeting please contact the PERM administrator Caroline Baugh .

 

Agenda for the 2006 PERM Affiliates' Meeting

Royal School of Mines Building, Imperial College London,

Prince Consort Road, London sw7 2AZ

 

Talks (2:00pm-5:30pm)

2:00pm: Welcome and Introduction, Martin Blunt

2:10pm: "Topological analysis of packings," Gady Frenkel, Rafi Blumenfeld, Martin Blunt and Peter King

2:40pm: "Use of percolation theory in predicting connectivity and production from reservoirs," Mohsen Mahini, Peyman Nurafza and Peter King

3:10pm: "Experimental, numerical and theoretical investigations of WAG injection," Ann Muggeridge, Hamad Al-Shuraiqi, Carlos Grattoni,  Ruben Juanes  and Martin Blunt

3:40pm: Tea

4:00pm: "Black-oil model discrete fracture simulations in geologically realistic networks," Sebastian Geiger and Stephan Matthai

4:30pm: "Downhole measurements of electrokinetic potential to detect water encroachment towards intelligent wells," Matt Jackson

5:00pm: "Nanotechnology applications in petroleum engineering," Mariela Araujo

5:30pm:  Close of oral session

PERM Affiliates Meeting 2008

PERM Affiliates Meetings 2008

Monday, 16th June 2008

 

Agenda

1:45 – 2:00 Coffee
2:00 – 2:10 Welcome Prof. Peter King
2:10 – 2:40 Raphael Blumenfeld – "Microstructural characterization of porous media and systematic derivation of transport properties"
2:40 – 3:10 Olumide Talabi “Pore Scale Simulation of NMR Response”
3:10 – 3:40 Tara LaForce – "Design of CO2 storage in aquifers and oil reservoirs"
3:40 – 4:00 Tea/Coffee
4:00 – 4:30 Ann Muggeridge – "Identifying reservoir compartmentalization from geochemistry and mixing time scales"
4:30 – 5:00 Matt Jackson “Downhole monitoring and control in intelligent wells”
5:00 – 5:30 Robert Zimmerman "Sliding crack model for nonlinearity and hysteresis in the stress-strain curve of rock"
5:30 onwards buffet dinner and student posters

Presentations

Publications

PERM Affiliates Meeting 2009

PERM Affiliates Meetings 2009

Monday, 22nd June 2009

 

Agenda

Publications

Posters

PERM Affiliates Meeting 2010

PERM Affiliates Meetings 2010

Monday, 7th June 2010

Agenda

1:45-2:00 Coffee

2:00-2:10 Prof Peter King   Welcome 

2:10-2:40 Dr Stefan Iglauer

  Reservoir wettability measurements via micro-computed tomography

2:40-3:10 Dr Raphael Blumenfeld

  Stress transmission and fragility of granular matter

3:10-3:40 Bilal Rashid 

  Quantifying the impact of permeability heterogeneity on secondary recovery

3:40-4:00 Coffee

4:00-4:30 Prof Alain Gringarten

  Skin vs. rate relationship in gas condensate & volatile oil reservoirs

4:30-5:00 Aaron Goater

  Convergence of multiphase transport solutions for application to CO2 storage

5:00-5:30 Dr Matthew Jackson

 Measurements of spontaneous potential for downhole monitoring in intelligent wells

5:30 onwards  Buffet dinner and student posters

 

Publications

Posters

PERM Affiliates Meeting 2011

12th Annual Affiliates' Meeting

Centre for Petroleum Studies
Petroleum Engineering and Rock Mechanics (PERM) Research Group   
Monday, 6th June 2011
Royal School of Mines Building, Imperial College
Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2AZ
Talks – RSM Building room 1.31
Poster session  - RSM Building room 301

Agenda for the 2011 PERM Affiliates’ Meeting

  
2:00-2:10 Professor Peter King Welcome
2:10-2:40 Dr Branko Bijeljic “Recent advances in Pore-scale Modeling and Experiment” (3 MB)
2:40-3:10 Dr Peter Allison “Development of new ocean modelling technologies and their applicationto hydrocarbon exploration” (5 MB)
3:10-3:40 Professor Alastair Fraser “Oil Exploration and Production in the Arctic” [Slides 1-13] (35 MB) [Slides 14-26] (37 MB)
3:40-4:00 Tea/Coffee Room 301
4:00-4:30 Jason Go “Using reservoir mixing to evaluate reservoir compartmentalization fromappraisal data – validation using data from the Horn Mountain field Gulf of Mexico” (1 MB)
4:30-5:00 Dr Ann Muggeridge “Investigations into Heavy Oil Recovery by VAPEX” (0.5 MB)
5:00-5:30  Professor Alain Gringarten “Well test analysis of blood pressure” 
5:30pm Poster session and reception – RSM Building room 301

 

Publications

Posters

PERM Affiliates Meeting 2013

14th Annual Affiliates' Meeting

Centre for Petroleum Studies
Petroleum Engineering and Rock Mechanics (PERM) Research Group   
Monday, 17th June 2013
Royal School of Mines Building, Imperial College
Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2AZ

 

Talks - RSM Building room 1.31

14:00 - 14:10  Professor Peter King - Welcome
14:10 - 14:40  Dr Jan Vinogradov - 'New Applications of the Spontaneous Potential (SP) Method'
14:40 - 15:10  Matthew Andrew - 'In situ imaging of multi-phase flow in porous media'
15:10 - 15:40  Professor Ann Muggeridge - 'Using vorticity to evaluate the impact of heterogeneity and viscous to gravity ratio on EOR schemes'
15:40 - 16:00  Tea/Coffee Room 301
16:00 - 16:30  Dr Sam Krevor - 'Multiphase flow and reactive transport for CO2 Sequestration'
16:30 - 17:00  Professor Matthew Jackson - 'Reservoir Modeling for Flow Simulation Using Surfaces, Adaptive Unstructured Meshes and Control-Volume-Finite-Element Methods'
17:00 - 17:30  Dr John-Paul Latham - 'Geomechanical modelling of flow in naturally fractured rock'
17:30 -  Poster session and reception - RSM Building room 301