Chemical Engineering and Technology(Chinese and English)

Qi Liu

Personal Profile

The Unconventional Petroleum Research Institute


Associate Professor

Chemical Engineering and Technology

Research Areas

Oil Field Chemistry and Engineering

Research Projects

[1] National Natural Science Foundation of China, 51604288, Study on the Interaction Mechanism of CO2-Brackish water-Stratigraphic Rock-Oil Well Cement in CCUS Geological Storage, 2017.01-2019.12

[2] China University of Petroleum, Beijing, 2462020YXZZ049, Collaborative Regulation Mechanism of Cement Intelligent Response Channeling System in CCUS Geological Storage, 2020.09-2023.09

[3] China Petroleum Safety and Environmental Protection Technology Research Institute, PPC2019017, Co2/CH4 Tight Sandstone Medium Reaction Law, 2020.06-2022.05

[4] China Academy of Building Materials Science, State Key Laboratory Open Fund, 2019GBM10, Co2 Corrosion Mechanism of Oil Well Cement under CCUS Geological Sequestration, 2019.09-2021.09

[5] Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission, Z191100004619002, Research and Development of Carbon Dioxide Capture and Oil Flooding Technology, 2019.09-2021.08

[6] Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China, National Key R&D Program (Special Topic), ZX20180050, Technical Specification for CO2 Storage and Oil Flooding Integration in Low Permeability Reservoirs, 2018.05 to 2021.05

Research Group Introduction

[1] Dr Qi Liu is an Associate Professor and Deputy Director at Research Centre of Enhanced Oil Recovery of the UPRI at China University of Petroleum-Beijing.

[2] He is also the deputy director of Beijing Key Laboratory for Greenhouse Gas Storage and CO2-EOR.

[3] Dr Liu is also awarded the Outstanding Youth Talents program of China University of Petroleum-Beijing.

[4] Dr Liu was Research Associate at the Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage (CICCS) of Heriot-Watt University from July 2012 to January 2016.

[5] He obtained a PhD of Chemical Engineering in 2012 at the University of Nottingham (UK).

[6] Dr Qi Liu’s research fuscous on CCUS (CO2 geological storage and CO2-EOR), Chemical (Nanoparticles) and Microbial EOR technologies for both conventional and unconventional oil & gas, and wellbore integrity.

[7] Dr Liu also acts an expert of ISO/TC 265 at WG4.