Jan-Dirk Jansen

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An emerging method to increase the recovery of oil from subsurface reservoirs is the application of measurement and control techniques to better control the multiphase flow in the reservoir over the entire production period. In particular the use of sensors and remotely controllable valves in wells and at surface, in combination with large-scale reservoir(More)
An emerging method to increase the recovery from oil reservoirs is the application of measurement and control techniques to better control subsurface flow over the life of the reservoir. In particular the use of sensors and remotely controllable valves in wells and at surface, in combination with large-scale subsurface flow models is promising. Various(More)
In reservoir engineering, it is attractive to characterize the difference between reservoir models in metrics that relate to the economic performance of the reservoir as well as to the underlying geological structure. In this paper, we develop a dissimilarity measure that is based on reservoir flow patterns under a particular operational strategy. To this(More)
Due to urgent needs to increase efficiency in oil recovery from subsurface reservoirs new technology is developed that allows more detailed sensing and actuation of multiphase flow properties in oil reservoirs. One of the examples is the controlled injection of water through injection wells with the purpose to displace the oil in an appropriate direction.(More)
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