Australian School of Petroleum & Energy Resources
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
I am a Postdoctoral researcher in Petroleum Engineering at the Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources. I am performing novel research on fluid flow and formation damage in porous media. My work includes contribution to government and industry projects with particular focus on enhanced oil/gas recovery processes and geosequestration of CO2. My work is primarily focused on mathematical modelling to improve design and predictive capabilities with contributions to experimental works to improve understanding of underlying processes.
My research is related to Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) projects related to Petroleum Engineering.
Primarily I work on the formation damage caused by fines migration. I currently perform laboratory tests as well as mathematical modelling to provide predictions of formation damage under varying conditions for injection.
Date Position Institution name 2021 Postdoctoral Researcher The University of Adelaide 2017 PhD Candidate Australian School of Petroleum
Date Institution name Country Title 2017 - 2021 The University of Adelaide Australia PhD 2013 - 2016 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Engineering (Petroleum) (Honours)
Year Citation 2018 Russell, T., Boechat Chequer, L., Borazjani, S., You, Z., Zeinijahromi, A., & Bedrikovetsky, P. (2018). Formation Damage by Fines Migration: Mathematical and Laboratory Modeling, Field Cases. In B. Yuan, & D. A. Wood (Eds.), Formation Damage during Improved Oil Recovery: Fundamentals and Applications (pp. 69-175). Cambridge, MA; United States: Gulf Professional Publishing / Elsevier.
Year Citation 2018 Russell, T., Chequer, L., Badalyan, A., Behr, A., Genolet, L., Kowollik, P., . . . Bedrikovetsky, P. (2018). Systematic laboratory and modelling study of kaolinite in rocks on formation-damage-fines-migration non-equilibrium effects, analytical model. In Proceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control Vol. 2018-February. SPE.
2018 Borazjani, S., Chequer, L., Russell, T., & Bedrikovetsky, P. (2018). Injectivity decline during waterflooding and PWRI due to fines migration. In Proceedings - SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control Vol. 2018-February. SPE.
2018 Russell, T., Pham, D., Petho, G., Tavvakoli Neishaboor, M., Badalyan, A., Behr, A., . . . Bedrikovetsky, P. (2018). Kaolinite mobilisation in unconsolidated porous media: Effect of brine salinity and salt type Na- and Ca salts. In Proceedings of the SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE 2018) Vol. 2017-January (pp. 1-13). USA: Society of Petroleum Engineers.
2017 Pronk, R., Russell, T., Pham, D., Tangparitkul, S., Badalyan, A., Behr, A., . . . Bedrikovetsky, P. (2017). SPE-186231-ms non-monotonic permeability variation during fines migration: Laboratory study. In Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition 2017 Vol. 2017-January.
Other Supervision Activities
Date Role Research Topic Location Program Supervision Type Student Load Student Name 2018 - 2018 Co-Supervisor The effect of calcium ions on rock permeability The University of Adelaide — Honours — Dao Hanh Ly Tu, Phuc Hoang Nguyen, Aaron Tan Yi Xing Uthaia Kumaran 2017 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Experimental study of oil recovery by low salinity water injection using unconsolidated cores The University of Adelaide — Honours — Tin Nguyen, Kiet Wong, Xiaochen Fan
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