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The Department for Tracer Technology has an extensive cooperation with national and international oil companies. An area with particular focus is the development of tracer technology to describe the fluid dynamics in an oil reservoir. The department has been assigned (by the Norwegian Research Council) the project: Potential oil recovery derived from exploration wells (POREX), which is funded by the NRC-programme PETROMAKS2, Ground-breaking projects.
The Department for Tracer Technology invites candidates to apply for the position as the POREX Postdoc fellow.
The position will focus on the development and application of tracers to describe oil saturation measurements, and the aim is to develop a new tracer-based methodology enabling in-situ measurement of remaining oil saturation during the drilling and well completion. The fellow will participate in research projects and is expected to cooperate with other people in the group and external project partners. The anticipated results from POREX is that it will result in fundamentally new methodology for increased oil recovery (IOR) testing and thus contribute both to increased oil recovery on the Norwegian continental shelf as well as to a reduction in the cost of IOR implementation for new field developments.
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Research for a better future.
IFE is an independent research foundation based in Norway at Kjeller and in Halden. We are at the forefront internationally in several fields within digital technologies, material and process technology, flow and analysis technologies, radiopharmaceutical technology and nuclear technology. IFE develops new solutions for the industry and public sector in over 30 countries. IFE is host to the international OECD Halden Project. We are about 600 employees and the annual turnover is about NOK 1 billion. Read more about IFE at www.ife.no/en
Sector Flow and Environmental Technology .
The sector for Fluid Flow and Environmental Technology conducts groundbreaking and innovative research in areas such as process technology, wind energy, environmental technology, petroleum technology and corrosion. The sector consists of five departments; Flow Technology, Wind Energy, Corrosion Technology, Tracer Technology and Environmental Analysis. Our aim is to develop relevant products for the industry by combining basic chemistry, physics and process understanding with digital tools and state of the art instrumentation.Les mer om Institutt for energiteknikk (IFE)
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