Australian School of Petroleum Research Seminars 2017
These seminars highlight research being conducted by researchers within the Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) and visitors to the ASP. Presentations will cover a range of disciplines focused around petroleum engineering and petroleum geology, with other areas of research expertise including petroleum management and decision making, and developments in learning and teaching. Whilst presentations will include details of new research findings and thinking, they will also be accessible to a non-specialist (i.e. mixed engineering and geoscience) audience.
When: Wednesday lunchtimes, 12.10 – 1pm until the end of June and Tuesday lunchtimes from July to December.
Where: Ground floor of the Santos Petroleum Engineering Building, room G.13.
Weekly seminars will continue until December; further dates in the schedule will be added as the year progresses.
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What happens during early stage marine transgressions? New outcrop analogue and subsurface data applied to better predict likely reservoir target locations
Surface Texture Mapping and Roughness Analysis for Coupling in Hydraulic Fracturing Simulation
Using Variance of well logs as a qualitative indicator of Rock texture
Research Proposal: Adelaide University Test Well 1: detailed design of surface facilities and scada system
Mike Fei (with Jack Pokalai)
An Experimental and Numerical Investigation into Foam Stability and the Effects on Hydraulic Fracture Application
Cooper Basin Deep Coal Hydraulic Gas Surge Simulator
Analytical and experimental study of improved oil recovery by low salinity waterflooding
Subsurface fluid flow through fractures in sedimentary basins
Palaeo stress, brittle deformation and structural history of the Otway Basin
Reactive flows in porous media
Deciphering the structural story of the Cooper Basin
Douglas Watson, visiting from the University of Aberdeen
The Subsurface Character of Volcanic Tuffs in the Faroe-Shetland Basin and Their Importance in Hydrocarbon Exploration
Reservoir Characterisation Using Hydraulic Flow Zone Unit Approach on Core Measurements
Digital rendition of sedimentary geology for resource quantification
Flipping the classroom: Focusing strategies to engage your students
Development of a new technology for productivity enhancement of low permeable coal seam gas
Does Organic Matter Have an Unacknowledged Influence on the Dynamics and Deposits of Fine-Grained Submarine Sediment Gravity Flows?
Lithofacies analysis and sequence stratigraphy of the Roseneath-Epsilon-Murteree gas plays in the Cooper Basin, South Australia
Optimization of Hydraulic Fracturing and Flowback in Unconventional Reservoirs in the Cooper Basin
Gabriel de Veiga Cabral Malgaresi
Analytical model for fines fixing by nanoparticles
Larissa Boechat Chequer
A new phenomenon of non-monotonic permeability variation during fines migration in porous media
Visiting HDR student Rachelle Kernen, University of Texas – El Paso
Title TBC: Rachelle’s research is focused on salt tectonics and sedimentation, and fluid flow in salt diapirs. She has a history of working in the petroleum industry and links her research to oil and mineral exploration
Cross-Formational Flow of Water into Coalbed Methane Reservoirs: Controls on Relative Permeability Curve Shape and Production Profile
Overcoming challenges in non-marine stratigraphy using a multidisciplinary approach: an example from Mesozoic basins of eastern Australia
Injectivity decline due to fines migration: laboratory and mathematical modelling
Mathematical modelling of low-salinity water-flooding in oil reservoirs
IODP scientific drilling in the western Ceduna sub-basin, Great Australian Bight
Research Proposal: Re-interpreting palaeo-environments of the Permian to Triassic Sydney Basin – application to facies interpretation, sequence stratigraphy and coal geology