Improving the interfacial properties at elevated pressures in Enhanced Oil Recovery

Understanding the interfacial tension at elevated pressure is crucial to the success of EOR. Especially the Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) techniques provide a huge potential for maximizing the EOR effectiveness.

In this webinar, we will investigate the importance of interfacial properties in the process of EOR, such as wetting under conditions prevailing in aquifers and depleted oil reservoirs in presence of compressed carbon dioxide.

Prof. Philip Jaeger from the Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems from the Clausthal University of Technology will present the latest research on the topic of CO2 capture and utilization for enhanced oil and gas recovery. The Webinar is free of charge and we look forward to your participation.

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What you can expect:

Understand interfacial phenomena in EOR

Learn how to determine interfacial tension at elevated pressures

Discover the thermodynamics of interfaces and mass transfer at elevated pressures

Webinar on demand

If you register now, the recorded version will be available to you immediately.

Presented by

Prof. Philip Jaeger

Head of Department of Petroleum Production Systems