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  • An Experimental Study of Tertiary CO2 Injection Strategies in Fractured Limestone Rocks

    Hjartnes, Tomas Nordeide (2015)
    The experimental work within this thesis is a continued investigation of tertiary recovery by injection of supercritical CO2 and CO2-foam under miscible conditions for enhanced oil recovery in fractured limestone. Secondary recovery methods in heterogeneous and fractured reservoirs can leave two-thirds of the oil behind, drawing attention to alternative injection schemes. CO2 injection is a widely established technique within the oil industry, and has been in use for over 40 years. When CO2 a...

    Experimental Studies of N2 - and CO2-Foam Properties in Relation to Enhanced Oil Recovery Applications

    Solbakken, Jonas (2015)
    Foams can do more than soften a beard or extinguish a fire. Foam also offers the oil industry better mobility control. The presence of a foaming agent in porous rocks can reduce the mobility of gas and water, stabilize the gas injection front and prevent unwanted production of gas and water. These unique properties can assist the reservoir engineer in different optimization processes to enhance oil recovery (EOR) and improve the economics of mature oil fields. A number of factors influence...

    Effects of environmental conditions on culturing scallop spat (Pecten maximus)

    Christophersen, Gyda (2005)
    The great scallop, Pecten maximus, is a valuable bivalve species attractive for human consumption. Scallop aquaculture is increasing, but availability of spat is a bottleneck to the development of a viable culture industry in many countries. The collection of P. maximus spat from the wild has been insufficient, and intensive hatchery production is considered an optional strategy for a predictable spat supply to growers in Norway. Large variations in growth and survival during t...

    Adult life challenges in survivors of young age cancer. A Norwegian national cohort study focusing on reproduction, economic independence and violent deaths

    Gunnes, Maria Winther (2017)
    Background: Cancer in childhood, adolescence and young adulthood now carries a survival rate of above 80%. This leads to an increasing proportion of young age cancer survivors in the adult population. These survivors are at risk of suffering from various late-effects after cancer treatment, which can impact their ability to participate in the society as self-sufficient, independent individuals, holding jobs and establishing families. Aims/objectives: We wanted to study male reproductive ou...
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