Are we at the cusp of major changes in reservoir and production system modelling? As we enter an era of unprecedented data availability, low cost computing, and broad application of data science, how do we evolve the practices that we have long trusted to support even better decision making?
Following continued disruption brought on by the global pandemic, we have decided to convert the SPE Complex Reservoir Fluids workshop to a virtual format.
This unique online experience will evaluate the most recent developments and behaviours of complex reservoir fluids and keep you connected with like-minded E&P professionals through networking and knowledge exchange.
Committee-reviewed technical content
Access live and on-demand technical presentations from your office or home. Presentations will be available 30 days after the event for you to revisit.
Stay connected with the industry
Exchange ideas with professionals from the Reservoir and Production industries and connect with the speakers in real-time as they share strategies that are shaping the industry. Ask questions in the interactive Q&A's.
Reservoir Fluid Sampling and Downhole Fluid Analysis
Advanced PVT Measurements
Geochemistry for Reservoir Fluids
PVT for Unconventional Reservoir
Compositional Gradient and Reservoir Connectivity
CO2/H2S Solutions and CO2 Sequestration
Digital and New Approaches
Integrated Fluid Management
EOR Applications and Modelling Challenges
Flow Assurance and its Impact on Reservoir Engineering
Professor Erling H. Stenby
Professor of Applied Thermodynamics
Head, Department of Chemistry
Technical University of Denmark
Erling H. Stenby has been an active researcher and research manager for more than 25 years. During the period from 1994 to 2014, he was the Center Director of first the Center for Phase Equilibria and Separation Processes (IVC-SEP) and later the Center for Energy Resources Engineering (CERE) at the Technical University of Denmark.
He has co-authored more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific papers and supervised/co-supervised more than 50 Ph.D. students within applied thermodynamics, phase behavior, EOR, and CCS.
Erling has participated in several EU funded projects and has a strong international network of academic and industrial collaborators. As the Head of DTU Chemistry since 2010, he has also focused on recruiting and developing applied chemistry talents, e.g. within catalysis, materials, surface physical chemistry, and organic synthesis.
He has served on the boards of national research councils, private companies, and private Danish foundations.