As little as 1% increased oil recovery, can give up to NOK 500 billion financial gains. Photo: Shutterstock/Hey-Ho
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22.08.2014Did you know, that as little as 1% increased oil recovery, can provide up to NOK 500 billion financial gains ?
Visit our stand #1190/Hall M at ONS to learn how we can make it happen!
Improved drilling and wells, advanced reservoir description and enhanced oil recovery techniques will contribute to substantially improved oil recovery. By combining efforts it will be technically feasible to increase the recovery factor for several of the major Norwegian oil fields to 70%. Together, UiS and IRIS will do it!
Our IOR researchers are affiliated with two different centers:
The National IOR Centre of Norway
The National IOR Centre provides solutions for improved oil recovery on the Norwegian continental shelf through academic excellence and close cooperation with the industry.
The National IOR Centre of Norway performs multi-disciplinary research, exploring a wide range of topics in improved oil recovery [IOR] and enhanced oil recovery [EOR] methods. Its goal is to develop new knowledge and technology in order to increase recovery beyond projections under today’s field operation plans.
The IOR centre is chaired by University of Stavanger, with research institutes IRIS and IFE as partners. Other research groups, as well as 11 oil and service companies, collaborate with the centre.
DrillWell - Drilling and Well Centre for Improved Recovery - was established in 2010, and was appointed status as Centre for Research Based Innovation (SFI) by the Research Council of Norway in 2011.
DrillWell's objective is to improve drilling and well technology providing improved safety for people and the environment and value creation through better resource development, improved efficiency in operations and reduced cost.
The centre's R&D partners are IRIS, the University of Stavanger, SINTEF Petroleum Research and NTNU. Industry partners are Conoco Phillips, Det Norske, Statoil, Talisman, Total and Wintershall.
We are locted at booth #1190 in Hall M
, next to the Centre Court. Our skillful IOR researchers are eager to meet you!