Martin A. Fernø
Martin A. Fernø
Professor, Dept. of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen
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Comparison of residual oil cluster size distribution, morphology and saturation in oil-wet and water-wet sandstone
S Iglauer, MA Fernø, P Shearing, MJ Blunt
Journal of colloid and interface science 375 (1), 187-192, 2012
Experimental study of foam flow in fractured oil-wet limestone for enhanced oil recovery
A Haugen, MA Fernø, A Graue, HJ Bertin
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 15 (02), 218-228, 2012
Capillary pressure and relative permeability estimated from a single spontaneous imbibition test
Å Haugen, MA Fernø, G Mason, NR Morrow
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 115, 66-77, 2014
Experimental study of foam generation, sweep efficiency, and flow in a fracture network
MA Fernø, J Gauteplass, M Pancharoen, A Haugen, A Graue, AR Kovscek, ...
SPE journal 21 (04), 1140-1150, 2016
Seasonal hydrogen storage in a depleted oil and gas field
M Lysyy, M Fernø, G Ersland
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46 (49), 25160-25174, 2021
Pore-level foam generation and flow for mobility control in fractured systems
J Gauteplass, K Chaudhary, AR Kovscek, MA Fernø
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 468, 184-192, 2015
Use of sulfate for water based enhanced oil recovery during spontaneous imbibition in chalk
MA Fernø, R Grønsdal, J Åsheim, A Nyheim, M Berge, A Graue
Energy & fuels 25 (4), 1697-1706, 2011
Pore-level hydrate formation mechanisms using realistic rock structures in high-pressure silicon micromodels
LP Hauge, J Gauteplass, MD Høyland, G Ersland, A Kovscek, MA Fernø
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 53, 178-186, 2016
Dynamic laboratory wettability alteration
MA Fernø, M Torsvik, S Haugland, A Graue
Energy & Fuels 24 (7), 3950-3958, 2010
Silica nanoparticles to stabilize CO2-foam for improved CO2 utilization: Enhanced CO2 storage and oil recovery from mature oil reservoirs
AU Rognmo, S Heldal, MA Fernø
Fuel 216, 621-626, 2018
Miscible and immiscible foam injection for mobility control and EOR in fractured oil-wet carbonate rocks
Å Haugen, N Mani, S Svenningsen, B Brattekås, A Graue, G Ersland, ...
Transport in porous media 104 (1), 109-131, 2014
Pore-scale mechanisms during low salinity waterflooding: Oil mobilization by diffusion and osmosis
SB Fredriksen, AU Rognmo, MA Fernø
Journal of petroleum science and engineering 163, 650-660, 2018
Wettability effects on osmosis as an oil-mobilization mechanism during low-salinity waterflooding
SB Fredriksen, AU Rognmo, K Sandengen, MA Fernø
Petrophysics 58 (01), 28-35, 2017
Influence of wettability on residual gas trapping and enhanced oil recovery in three-phase flow: A pore-scale analysis by use of microcomputed tomography
S Iglauer, T Rahman, M Sarmadivaleh, A Al-Hinai, MA Fernø, M Lebedev
SPE Journal 21 (06), 1916-1929, 2016
Visualization of carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery by diffusion in fractured chalk
Ø Eide, MA Fernø, Z Alcorn, A Graue
SPE Journal 21 (01), 112-120, 2016
Mobility control during CO2 EOR in fractured carbonates using foam: Laboratory evaluation and numerical simulations
MA Fernø, Ø Eide, M Steinsbø, SAW Langlo, A Christophersen, ...
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 135, 442-451, 2015
Magnetic resonance imaging of the development of fronts during spontaneous imbibition
MA Fernø, Å Haugen, S Wickramathilaka, J Howard, A Graue, G Mason, ...
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 101, 1-11, 2013
Complementary imaging of oil recovery mechanisms in fractured reservoirs
G Ersland, MA Fernø, A Graue, BA Baldwin, J Stevens
Chemical Engineering Journal 158 (1), 32-38, 2010
Flow visualization of CO2 in tight shale formations at reservoir conditions
MA Fernø, LP Hauge, A Uno Rognmo, J Gauteplass, A Graue
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (18), 7414-7419, 2015
Pore-scale mechanisms during low salinity waterflooding: water diffusion and osmosis for oil mobilization
SB Fredriksen, AU Rognmo, MA Fernø
SPE bergen one day seminar, 2016
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