Imperial College London

Dr. Samuel Krevor

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Earth Science & Engineering

Reader in Carbon Sequestration Studies



+44 (0)20 7594 2701s.krevor




1.43Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus





My work focuses on the investigation of the multiphase flow and reactive transport properties of CO2 and water in reservoir rock materials using core-flooding experiments at high temperature and pressure.

I lead the Subsurface CO2 Research Group at Imperial. We have several PhD opportunities for the 2022/23 intake. Please see the following descriptions and contact myself with any interest:

1. Digital Rocks for Characterising CO2 Storage

2. Global CO2 storage capacity: Modeling limitations of geography and injectivity

Otherwise, please check back soon for the new research group website.




Harris C, Jackson SJ, Benham GP, et al., 2021, The impact of heterogeneity on the capillary trapping of CO2 in the Captain Sandstone, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Vol:112, ISSN:1750-5836

Wenck N, Jackson SJ, Manoorkar S, et al., 2021, Simulating Core Floods in Heterogeneous Sandstone and Carbonate Rocks, Water Resources Research, Vol:57, ISSN:0043-1397

Manoorkar S, Jackson SJ, Krevor S, 2021, Observations of the Impacts of Millimeter- to Centimeter-Scale Heterogeneities on Relative Permeability and Trapping in Carbonate Rocks, Water Resources Research, Vol:57, ISSN:0043-1397

Spurin C, Bultreys T, Rücker M, et al., 2021, The development of intermittent multiphase fluid flow pathways through a porous rock, Advances in Water Resources, Vol:150, ISSN:0309-1708, Pages:1-7

De Simone S, Krevor S, 2021, A tool for first order estimates and optimisation of dynamic storage resource capacity in saline aquifers, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Vol:106, ISSN:1750-5836, Pages:1-11

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