Seminar theme “Unconventional Resources” at the Petroleum Museum in Stavanger November 11th 2011.
A one day seminar with 30 participating PhD students with representatives from the Research Council, oil and gas industry and norwegian universites.
Prof. Arne Graue, Petroleum Research School of Norway, Leader and Chairman of the Executive Board of NFiP
10:15 Unconventional Resources – Important to Norway?
Senior Geologist Fridtjof Riis, NPD
10:45 Unconventional Resources – Industry Perspective
Specialist in Structure Geology Helge Løseth, Statoil
Tight Gas Reservoirs:
11:15 Reservoir engineering aspects of tight gas reservoir evaluation
Prof. Ole Torsæter, Dept. of Petr. Eng & Appl. Geophys. NTNU
Heavy Oil Reservoirs:
13:15 Heavy Oil Recovery Methods. Status and Research Activity
Prof. Ole Torsæter, NTNU
13:45 Theoretical Aspects of Thermal Recovery of Heavy Oil
PhD-candidate Yaser Souraki, Dept. of Petr. Eng&Appl. Geophys., NTNU
14:35 Research on Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage
PhD-candidate Yaser Souraki, NTNU
15:15 Gas Hydrates as a Resource: Technology Readiness Level
Senior Engineer Reservoir Technology Jarle Husebø, Statoil
15:45 Fiery Ice – Gas for the Future
Post doc Geir Ersland, Dept. of Physics and Techn., UiB
16:30 Guided tours of the Norwegian Petroleum Museum
18:00 Dinner at Bølgen & Moi, Norwegian Petroleum Museum