Andreas is acting research manager for Applied Geoscience, a group with wide competence in characterization, understanding, and monitoring of the subsurface. The group covers among others the scientific disciplines geology, geophysics, and reservoar technology, with applications in oil and gas, CO2 and hydrogen storage, and future sustainable use of resources.
Competence and research areas
Geomechanics for oil, gas and CCS; CO2 injection and salt precipitation; injectivity; gas production and drying effects; sand production; borehole stability; experiments
- Productivity Decline in Partially Propped Perforations
- Sand Rate From Laboratory Tests to Field Predictions
- Chalk Influx in Hollow Cylinders With Artificial Wormholes
- How to bridge between different time and length scales using a new probabilistic approach for mineral nucleation and growth
- A new probabilistic nucleation model to predict crystal growth in porous medium
- Putting off old age on the Norwegian shelf
- Utsetter eldrebølgen på norsk sokkel
- Sand mass production in true triaxial borehole tests
- Novel true triaxial apparatus applied to the study of thermal effects on water injectivity under anisotropic stress conditions
- Novel true triaxial apparatus applied to the study of sand mass production under anisotropic stress conditions.