The Exploration and Optimal Development of Oil and Gas Reservoirs Research Group
The Exploration and Optimal Development of Oil and Gas Reservoirs (EODR) research group focuses on the exploration program and static/dynamic reservoir analysis and code development. The EODR research group aims to design and implement a GIS-based model to determine high-potential areas for hydrocarbon reservoirs and to provide multiscale and coupled models for analyzing rock, pores and fluids from diverse sources, with various scales from micro to mega. Thanks to a multidisciplinary set of scientists, with backgrounds in civil, mechanical, electrical, geomatics and environmental engineering as well as chemistry, the EODR research group specializes in the management of mature oil and gas fields and the development of new fields, while concentrating on the big picture and integrated modeling of the reservoir. The EODR research group has a keen interest in intelligent completions, including local or remote monitoring, evaluating and actively managing production or injection in real time without any good interventions.