- SINTEF Industry
- Applied Geoscience
Albert is research scientist in Applied Geoscience group at SINTEF Industry. His research focuses on geological CO2 storage, in particular CO2-foam and CO2 viscosified systems.
Albert is a chemical engineer (2011) and has a PhD in chemical engineering from NTNU (2014). He joined SINTEF as postdoctoral fellow (2017) and continued as researcher (2020).
Competence and research areas
Chemical Engineering, physical chemistry, colloid and polymer science, nanotechnology, reservoir engineering, gas and water based improved oil recovery processes, CO2 storage, interfacial science, laboratory techniques for studying reservoir fluids (pVT, composition, viscosity, density, interfacial tension).
- First Approach to Measure Interfacial Rheology at High-Pressure Conditions by the Oscillating Drop Technique
- Partitioning of non-ionic surfactants between CO2 and brine
- An Evaluation of Graphene Oxides as Possible Foam Stabilizing Agents for CO2 Based Enhanced Oil Recovery Read publication
- Mobility control of CO2 during aquifer storage
- CO2 mobility reduction using foam stabilized by CO2- and water-soluble surfactants Read publication
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