Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (Oil and Gas Field Development Engineering)

Linsong Chen

Personal Profile

College of Petroleum Engineering

Ph.D

Professor

Oil and Gas Field Development Engineering

lscheng@cup.edu.cn

Research Areas

Oil and gas seepage theory and application, oil and gas field development theory and system engineering

Introduction of Teacher

Research Projects

[1] National Natural Science Foundation of China - Joint Fund of Petrochemical Industry - Key Support Project, Key Science of Seepage Law and Efficient Development of Ultra-low Permeability Reservoir, Project Leader
[2] National Natural Science Foundation of China- Surface Project, Research on dynamic characteristics and osmosis law of oil-water-rock interface in ultra-low permeability/tight reservoirs, principal investigator
[3] National Major Oil and Gas Project, Demonstration Project for Tight Oil Development in Ordos Basin, sub-project leader
[4] National oil and gas major project, offshore heavy oil efficient development of new technologies, sub-project leader
[5] Project commissioned by oilfield enterprises, research on key development technologies of Enping 15-1 oilfield, project leader
[6] Entrusted by oilfield enterprises, Research on Enhanced Oil Recovery Technology of Marine Strong Water Flooded Heavy Oil Reservoir in Panyu 4-2 Oilfield, Project Leader
[7] Oilfield enterprise entrusted the project, ultra-low permeability reservoir horizontal well development law and stable production countermeasures research, project leader

Publications

[1] Assessment of energy efficiency and solvent retention inside steam chamber of steam-and solvent-assisted gravity drainage process. Applied Energy, 2018
[2] Environmental and economic benefits of Solvent-Assisted Steam-Gravity Drainage for bitumen through horizontal well: A comprehensive modeling analysis. Energy, 2018
[3] Performance of Solvent-Assisted Thermal Drainage process and its relationship to injection parameters: A comprehensive modeling. Fuel, 2018
[4] A novel Green element method based on two sets of nodes. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 2018
[5] A Laplace-Domain Hybrid Model for Representing Flow Behavior of Multifractured Horizontal Wells Communicating Through Secondary Fractures in Unconventional Reservoirs. SPE Journal, 2017
[6] Experimental study of nonlinear flow in micropores under low pressure gradient . Transport in Porous Media, 2017
[7] A hybrid semi-analytical model for production from heterogeneous tight oil reservoirs with fractured horizontal well. Journal of Petroleum Science & Engineering, 2017
[8] Pressure-Transient Analysis of a Finite-Conductivity Inclined Fracture Connected to a Slanted Wellbore. SPE Journal, 2016
[9] A practical method for production data analysis from multistage fractured horizontal wells in shale gas reservoirs. Fuel, 2016