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Selected Topics and International Network Lectures (SS 2006)

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Donnerstag
27.04.2006
16:00 Uhr
Dr. Thomas Thielemann, Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR), Hannover.

Neue Ergebnisse der Forschung zur mikrobiellen Grubengasbildung.

Donnerstag
04.05.2006
16:00 Uhr
Martin Lulin, Ph.D., Schlumberger

Physics in Search of Oil and Gas

Abstract:
Oil and gas are natural resources that are hidden in various deposits in the earth crust. The physical properties of oil and gas influence the material properties of the entire rock. The search for oil and gas uses different physical measurements to determine the spatial distribution of these materials with high measurement accuracy and good spatial resolution.

This presentation offers a historic review of the evolution of such measurement methods, followed by a comprehensive discussion of present measurement technologies and their impact on the oil and gas production. Directional drilling directly benefits from real-time measurements that permit to steer a horizontal well into target zones full of oil and gas up to 10 km away. Future developments foresee environmentally more responsible intervention, such as the sequestering and storage of carbon dioxide to reduce atmospheric warming.

Short Biography Martin G. Lüling obtained his Ph.D. in Princeton University with a study in theoretical elementary-particle physics. Since 1986 he works for Schlumberger as theoretical physicist on the development of measurement devices and methods as well as data-reduction and processing techniques for the oil and gas exploration. He significantly contributed to the development of electromagnetic measurements during the drilling process and their application as controls for steering in directional drilling. He developed inversion methods for tomographic surveys and some of the associated instruments. Martin lives and works nowadays in Paris with his family with two children, enjoys French cooking and wines, plays violoncello and double bass.

Mittwoch
10.05.2006
14:30 Uhr
Dr. Franz May, Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR), Hannover

CO2-Speichermöglichkeiten in Deutschland und Umgebung, aktuelle Trends und Arbeiten an der BGR (Sondertermin!)

Donnerstag
01.06.2006
16:00 Uhr
Dr. Andreas Busch, Lehrstuhl für Geologie, Geochemie und Lagerstätten des Erdöls und der Kohle, RWTH Aachen

Gas Sorption an Kohle

Gas Sorption an Kohle

Donnerstag
06.07.2006
16:00 Uhr
Yufei Cao, Institut für Wasserbau, Universität Stuttgart

Introduction to the Mortar Element Method

Donnerstag
13.07.2006
16:00 Uhr
Onur Dogan, Institut für Wasserbau, Universität Stuttgart

Introduction to a numerical model for coupling of porous medium flow with pipe flow

Donnerstag
20.07.2006
16:00 Uhr
Jennifer Niessner, Institut für Wasserbau, Universität Stuttgart

Multi-Scale Modeling of Multi-Phase Multi-Component Processes in Heterogeneous Porous Media

Donnerstag
27.07.2006
16:00 Uhr
Sandra Freiboth, Institut für Wasserbau, Universität Stuttgart

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