Sidsel Marie Nielsen
Sidsel Marie Nielsen
Senior researcher, Centre for Oil and Gas - DTU
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1D simulations for microbial enhanced oil recovery with metabolite partitioning
SM Nielsen, AA Shapiro, ML Michelsen, EH Stenby
Transport in porous media 85 (3), 785-802, 2010
An integrated experimental approach to quantify the oil recovery potential of seawater and low-salinity seawater injection in North Sea chalk oil reservoirs
M Seyyedi, S Tagliaferri, J Abatzis, SM Nielsen
Fuel 232, 267-278, 2018
Microbial enhanced oil recovery-advanced reservoir simulation
SM Nielsen
Technical University of Denmark, 2010
Study of wettability of calcite surfaces using oil–brine–enzyme systems for enhanced oil recovery applications
A Khusainova, SM Nielsen, HH Pedersen, JM Woodley, A Shapiro
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 127, 53-64, 2015
Investigation of spore forming bacterial flooding for enhanced oil recovery in a North Sea chalk Reservoir
AY Halim, SM Nielsen, AE Lantz, VS Suicmez, N Lindeloff, A Shapiro
Journal of petroleum science and engineering 133, 444-454, 2015
Simulations of microbial-enhanced oil recovery: Adsorption and filtration
SM Nielsen, I Nesterov, AA Shapiro
Transport in porous media 102, 227-259, 2014
On oil recovery mechanisms and potential of DME–brine injection in the North Sea chalk oil reservoirs
H Javanmard, M Seyyedi, SM Nielsen
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 57 (46), 15898-15908, 2018
Microbial enhanced oil recovery—a modeling study of the potential of spore-forming bacteria
SM Nielsen, I Nesterov, AA Shapiro
Computational Geosciences 20, 567-580, 2016
Microbial enhanced oil recovery: 3D simulation with gravity effects
SM Nielsen, K Jessen, AA Shapiro, ML Michelsen, EH Stenby
SPE Europec featured at EAGE Conference and Exhibition?, SPE-131048-MS, 2010
CPC TESTING: Towards the understanding of microbial metabolism in relation to microbial enhanced oil recovery
AY Halim, SM Nielsen, KF Nielsen, AE Lantz
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 149, 151-160, 2017
Dimethyl ether enhanced oil recovery in fractured reservoirs and aspects of phase behavior
H Javanmard, M Seyyedi, SA Jones, SM Nielsen
Energy & Fuels 33 (11), 10718-10727, 2019
Experimental study of bacterial penetration into chalk rock: mechanisms and effect on permeability
A Halim, A Shapiro, AE Lantz, SM Nielsen
Transport in porous media 101, 1-15, 2014
Bicarbonate flooding of homogeneous and heterogeneous cores from a carbonaceous petroleum reservoir
S Mohammadkhani, H Shahverdi, SM Nielsen, MN Esfahany, A Shapiro
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 178, 251-261, 2019
Profiling of indigenous microbial community dynamics and metabolic activity during enrichment in molasses-supplemented crude oil-brine mixtures for improved understanding of …
AY Halim, DS Pedersen, SM Nielsen, AE Lantz
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 176, 1012-1028, 2015
A New Comprehensive Approach for Predicting Injectivity Decline during Waterflooding
H Yuan, SM Nielsen, AA Shapiro, P Bedrikovetsky
SPE Europec/EAGE Annual Conference, 2012
Advanced reservoir simulation of microbial enhanced oil recovery.
SM Nielsen
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, 2010
Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery: 3D Streamline Simulation with Gravity Effects
SM Nielsen, K Jessen, AA Shapiro, ML Michelsen, EH Stenby
Spe Europec/eage annual conference and exhibition, 2010
Mathemati⁃ cal model for microbial enhanced oil recovery with surfactant dis⁃ tributed between phases
SM Nielsen, A Shapiro, ML Michelsen, EH Stenby
Canberra: 30th IEA-EOR Confer⁃ ence, 2009
The potential of temperature-activated CO2 production in situ as an enhanced oil recovery process
S Mohammadkhani, SM Nielsen, A Shapiro, H Shahverdi, MN Esfahany
80th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2018 2018 (1), 1-5, 2018
Experimental Study of the Potential of Dimethyl Ether EOR in North Sea Chalk Reservoirs
H Javanmard, M Seyyedi, S Jones, SM Nielsen
Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre Technology Conference 2017, 2017
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