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Kamila Maria Gawel

Research Scientist

Kamila Maria Gawel

Research Scientist

Kamila Maria Gawel
Phone: 942 44 083
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Department: Petroleum
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1818849

Depleted oil reservoirs are considered a viable solution to the global challenge of CO2 storage. A key concern is whether the wells can be suitably sealed with cement to hinder the escape of CO2. Under reservoir conditions, CO2 is in its supercritical state, and the high pressures and temperatures...

Authors Elvia Anabela Chavez Panduro Benoit Cordonnier Kamila Maria Gawel Ingrid Børve Jaisree Iyer Susan Carroll Leander Edward Michels Brito Miranda Melania Rogowska Jessica Ann McBeck Henning Osholm Sørensen Stuart D.C. Walsh Francois Renard Alain Gibaud Malin Torsæter Dag Werner Breiby
Year 2020
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1800479

In carbon storage activities, and in shale oil and gas extraction (SOGE) with carbon dioxide (CO2) stimulation fluid, CO2 comes into contact with shale rock and its pore fluid. As a reactive fluid, the injected CO2 displays a large potential to modify the shale’s chemical, physical, and...

Year 2020
Type Academic literature review
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1779698

Permanent CO2 sequestration relies on avoiding leakage from the reservoir through the caprock. The highest leakage risk resides at the wells penetrating the reservoir, in particular at the boundary between cement sheath and formation. Models quantifying the risk of cement debonding require the...

Year 2019
Type Academic chapter/article/Conference paper