Steffen Berg is a senior research staff scientist at Shell Global Solutions International B.V. in Rijswijk, The Netherlands, and a visiting reader in the Earth Science & Engineering Department at Imperial College London. His current research interests involve in a more broader context multiphase flow in porous media and in particular special core analysis (SCAL), improved and enhanced oil recovery (IOR & EOR) and pore scale physics and Digital Rock.
Berg S, van Wunnik J, 2017, Shear Rate Determination from Pore-Scale Flow Fields, Transport in Porous Media, Vol:117, ISSN:0169-3913, Pages:229-246
et al., 2017, Pore-Scale Characterization of Two-Phase Flow Using Integral Geometry, Transport in Porous Media, Vol:118, ISSN:0169-3913, Pages:99-117
et al., 2017, Electrokinetics of carbonate/brine interface in low-salinity waterflooding: Effect of brine salinity, composition, rock type, and pH on ζ-potential and a surface-complexation model, Spe Journal, Vol:22, ISSN:1086-055X, Pages:53-68
et al., 2017, Flow Regimes During Immiscible Displacement, SCA International Symposium, SOC PETROPHYSICISTS & WELL LOG ANALYSTS-SPWLA, Pages:10-18, ISSN:1529-9074
et al., 2017, Fast X-Ray Micro-CT Study of the Impact of Brine Salinity on the Pore-Scale Fluid Distribution During Waterflooding, SCA International Symposium, SOC PETROPHYSICISTS & WELL LOG ANALYSTS-SPWLA, Pages:36-47, ISSN:1529-9074