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

Fuyong Wang

Personal Profile

The Unconventional Petroleum Research Institute

Ph.D

Associate Researcher & PHD Supervisor/Master Supervisor

Oil and Gas Field Development Engineering

wangfuyong@cup.edu.cn

Research Areas

Unconventional reservoirs and enhanced oil recovery
Nano-micro scale flow mechanics in porous media
Digital rock physics for unconventional reservoirs
Reservoir monitoring and management, intelligent wells, well testing

Research Projects

[1] National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2019.01-2022.12, Principal Investigator
[2] National Natural Science Foundation of China Youth Fund Project, 2017.01-2019.12, Principal Investigator
[3] Beijing Natural Science Foundation, 2016.01-2017.12, Principal Investigator
[4] Beijing Excellent Talent Training Funding Project, 2016.01-2017.06, Principal Investigator
[5] China University of Petroleum (Beijing) Young Talents Funding Project, 2016.01-2018.12, Principal Investigator
[6] Research Project of Outstanding Young Teachers of China University of Petroleum (Beijing), 2016.01-2018.12, Principal Investigator
[7] Sinopec Petroleum Exploration and Development Research Institute, National Major Special Project, Automatic Identification of Logging Rock Facies and Automatic Historical Fitting Method of Reservoir Based on Deep Learning, 2019.01-2019.12, Principal Investigator
[8] Research on the Dynamic Mechanism and Main Control Factors of Gravity-Stabilized Gas Drive Multiphase Flow, Research on the Research of Research on the Research Institute of Exploration and Development of China National Petroleum Corporation, 2020.05-2020.12, Principal Investigator

Research Group Introduction

This research group mainly focuses on Unconventional reservoirs and enhanced oil recovery、Nano-micro scale flow mechanics in porous media、Digital rock physics for unconventional reservoirs、Reservoir monitoring and management, intelligent wells, well testing.

Publications

[1] Cheng H, Wang F*. Mathematical model of the spontaneous imbibition of water into oil-saturated fractured porous media with gravity[J]. Chemical Engineering Science. 2021: 116317.
[2] Wang F*, Zhao J. Mathematical model of liquid spontaneous imbibition into gas-saturated porous media with dynamic contact angle and gravity[J]. Chemical Engineering Science. 2021, 229: 116139.
[3] Wang F*, Cheng H. Effect of gravity on spontaneous imbibition of the wetting phase into gas-saturated tortuous fractured porous media: Analytical solution and diagnostic plot[J]. Advances in Water Resources. 2020, 142: 103657.
[4] Wang F*, Cheng H. Effect of tortuosity on the stress-dependent permeability of tight sandstones: Analytical modelling and experimentation[J]. Marine and Petroleum Geology. 2020, 120: 104524.
[5] Wang F*, Yang K, Zai Y. Multifractal characteristics of shale and tight sandstone pore structures with nitrogen adsorption and nuclear magnetic resonance[J]. Petroleum Science. 2020, 17(5): 1209-1220.
[6] Wang F*, Zeng F. Novel Insights into the Movable Fluid Distribution in Tight Sandstones Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Rate-Controlled Porosimetry[J]. Natural Resources Research. 2020, 29(5): 3351-3361.
[7] Wang F*, Cheng H. A fractal permeability model for 2D complex tortuous fractured porous media[J]. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 2020, 188: 106938.
[8] Wang F*, Jiao L, Lian P, et al. Apparent gas permeability, intrinsic permeability and liquid permeability of fractal porous media: Carbonate rock study with experiments and mathematical modelling[J]. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 2019, 173: 1304-1315.
[9] Wang F*, Zhao J. A mathematical model for co-current spontaneous water imbibition into oil-saturated tight sandstone: Upscaling from pore-scale to core-scale with fractal approach[J]. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 2019, 178: 376-388.