Profile (just followed other people): Kaishuo Yang (Snow) graduated with a Bachelor of Petroleum Engineering degree at China University of Petroleum in 2014 and a Master of Science Engineering (Petroleum Engineering) degree at Curtin University in 2017. He is now working in the NMR subgroup with the focus of NMR Characterization of Tight Rocks with Application to Enhanced Gas Recovery. The work aims to employ core flooding and use NMR and effluent analysis to determine the dispersion and mixing of the injected CO2 with methane and condensate inside the shale cores. Parameters such as temperature, pressure, injection speed, and water saturation will be controlled to determine their influence on the dispersion coefficient to ultimately enhance gas recovery from tight shales.
PhD Title: NMR Characterization of Tight Rocks with Application to Enhanced Gas RecoveryBack to Our People