Pål Østebø Andersen
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A model for spontaneous imbibition as a mechanism for oil recovery in fractured reservoirs
PØ Andersen, S Evje, H Kleppe
Transport in porous media 101 (2), 299-331, 2014
A geochemical model for interpretation of chalk core flooding experiments
PØ Andersen, S Evje, MV Madland, A Hiorth
Chemical engineering science 84, 218-241, 2012
Review of experimental sorption studies of CO2 and CH4 in shales
I Klewiah, DS Berawala, HCA Walker, PØ Andersen, PH Nadeau
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 73, 103045, 2020
Comparative study of five outcrop chalks flooded at reservoir conditions: chemo-mechanical behaviour and profiles of compositional alteration
PØ Andersen, W Wang, MV Madland, U Zimmermann, RI Korsnes, ...
Transport in Porous Media 121 (1), 135-181, 2018
Cocurrent spontaneous imbibition in porous media with the dynamics of viscous coupling and capillary backpressure
PØ Andersen, Y Qiao, DC Standnes, S Evje
SPE Journal 24 (01), 158-177, 2019
A mixture theory approach to model co-and counter-current two-phase flow in porous media accounting for viscous coupling
Y Qiao, PØ Andersen, S Evje, DC Standnes
Advances in water resources 112, 170-188, 2018
A Model for Wettability Alteration in Fractured Reservoirs
PØ Andersen, S Evje, H Kleppe, SM Skjæveland
SPE Journal 20 (6), 1261-1275, 2015
Temperature effects on rock engineering properties and rock-fluid chemistry in opal-CT-bearing chalk
MW Minde, W Wang, MV Madland, U Zimmermann, RI Korsnes, ...
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 169, 454-470, 2018
A novel relative permeability model based on mixture theory approach accounting for solid–fluid and fluid–fluid interactions
DC Standnes, S Evje, PØ Andersen
Transport in Porous Media 119 (3), 707-738, 2017
Analysis of the impact of fluid viscosities on the rate of countercurrent spontaneous imbibition
DC Standnes, PØ Andersen
Energy & fuels 31 (7), 6928-6940, 2017
Waterflooding oil-saturated core samples-Analytical solutions for steady-state capillary end effects and correction of residual saturation
PØ Andersen, DC Standnes, SM Skjæveland
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 157, 364-379, 2017
A model for reactive flow in fractured porous media
PØ Andersen, S Evje
Chemical Engineering Science 145, 196-213, 2016
Modeling of Spontaneous–Imbibition Experiments With Porous Disk—On the Validity of Exponential Prediction
PØ Andersen, S Evje, A Hiorth
SPE Journal 22 (05), 1326-1337, 2017
Estimation of adsorption capacity of CO2, CH4, and their binary mixtures in Quidam shale using LSSVM: Application in CO2 enhanced shale gas recovery and CO2 storage
A Bemani, A Baghban, AH Mohammadi, PØ Andersen
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 76, 103204, 2020
Darcy-Scale simulation of Boundary-Condition effects during Capillary-Dominated flow in high-permeability systems
PØ Andersen, B Brattekås, O Nødland, A Lohne, TL Føyen, MA Fernø
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 22 (02), 673-691, 2019
A novel bounded capillary pressure correlation with application to both mixed and strongly wetted porous media
PØ Andersen, SM Skjæveland, DC Standnes
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference, 2017
The effect of aqueous chemistry ph on the time-dependent deformation behaviour of chalk experimental and modelling study
M Megawati, PØ Andersen, R Korsnes, H Hiorth, M Madland
Pore2Fluid IFP Energies nouvelles Paris, Nov, 16-18, 2011
Modeling viscosity of CO2 at high temperature and pressure conditions
MN Amar, MA Ghriga, H Ouaer, MEAB Seghier, BT Pham, PØ Andersen
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 77, 103271, 2020
Controlling parameters during continuum flow in shale-gas production: a fracture/matrix-modeling approach
DS Berawala, PØ Andersen
SPE Journal 24 (03), 1378-1394, 2019
A simplified modelling approach for petroleum recovery by spontaneous imbibition in naturally fractured reservoirs
PØ Andersen
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 63, 95-114, 2019
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