Session Topic

[ppb_header size=”one” title=”Session Topic:” titlecolor=”” slug=”” subtitle=”Mathematics of Oil Recovery” width=”100″ textalign=”left” bgcolor=”” fontcolor=”” padding=”40″ margin_top=”” margin_right=”” margin_bottom=”-40″ margin_left=”” custom_css=”” ][/ppb_header]

[ppb_header size=”one” title=”Conveners:” titlecolor=”” slug=”” subtitle=”Dr. Sid-Ali OUADFEUL – Algerian Petroleum Institute
Prof. Leila ALiouane -Faculty of Hydrocarbon and Chemistery, University of Boumerdes
Dr. Abdallah Sokhal -Senior Petrophysicist at Petroleum Engineering and Development Division (PED), SONATRACH” width=”100″ textalign=”left” bgcolor=”” fontcolor=”” padding=”40″ margin_top=”” margin_right=”” margin_bottom=”-50″ margin_left=”” custom_css=”” ][/ppb_header]

[ppb_three_cols_images size=”one_half” title=”” slug=”” image1=”https://bgs2021.geosymposium.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Dr-Sid-Ali-OUADFEUL.jpg” image2=”https://bgs2021.geosymposium.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Dr-Leila-Aliouane.jpg” image3=”https://bgs2021.geosymposium.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Dr.-Abdallah-Sokhal.jpg” display_caption=”1″ lightbox=”1″ bgcolor=”” padding=”40″ margin_top=”” margin_right=”” margin_bottom=”” margin_left=”” custom_css=”” ]

[ppb_header size=”one” title=”Short Description:” titlecolor=”” slug=”” subtitle=”” width=”100″ textalign=”left” bgcolor=”” fontcolor=”” padding=”40″ margin_top=”-20″ margin_right=”” margin_bottom=”” margin_left=”” custom_css=”” ]Many mathematical models have been widely used for oil recovery; they can help for research of hydrocarbon accumulations, reserves estimation, reservoir characterization, data modeling, petrophysical modeling, data inversion, etc.
The goal of this Special Session is to show the utility of mathematics in oil recovery, presenting new mathematical model for oil recovery and
presenting case studies and applications to real data. Papers related to the topic are welcome.

To submit a paper for this session, select from the topics list session # 5.7.
Accepted abstracts will be published in EarthDoc, the official library of the EAGE, and will be indexed by SCOPUS, an ELSEVIER database.[/ppb_header]