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Haifeng Jiang|Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute

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Areas of Experience:

Enhanced oil recovery by CO2 continuous gas injection (CGI), CO2 alternating gas (WAG) injection, and CO2 foam (CO2/surfactant) injection technologies

Enhanced oil recovery by chemical flooding technologies, i.e. polymer flooding, high concentration polymer flooding, surfactant flooding, alkali flooding

Enhanced oil recovery by compound flooding technologies, i.e. Alkali/Surfactant/Polymer (ASP) flooding, Polymer/Surfactant flooding,

Alkali/Surfactant flooding etc.

Enhanced oil recovery by low salinity water flooding

Haifeng Jiang - Research Scientist, Asst.
Lab Studies

Education:

Ph.D. Petroleum Engineering, Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing, China
M.Sc. Petroleum Engineering, Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing, China
B.Sc. Petroleum Engineering, Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing,  China

Professional Experience:

September 2010 –present: Research Scientist, Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute, University of Wyoming
September 2008 –September 2010: Post-Doc Research Associate, Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Department, University of Wyoming
September 2003 –July 2007: Lecturer (Employed Part Time), School of Adult Education, Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing, China

Publications:

Haifeng Jiang, Lily Nuryaningsih, Hertanto Adidharma. The Influence of O2 Contamination on MMP and Core Flood Performance in Miscible and Immiscible CO2 WAG. SPE-154252. 2012 SPE Improved Oil Recovery Symposium, 2012.

Haifeng Jiang, Lily Nuryaningsih, Hertanto Adidharma. The Study of Timing of Cyclic Injections in Miscible CO2 WAG. SP3-153792. 2012 SPE Western Regional Meeting, 2012

Haifeng Jiang, Lily Nuryaningsih, Hertanto Adidharma. The Effect of Salinity of Injection Brine on Water Alternating Gas Performance in Tertiary Miscible Carbon Dioxide Flooding: Experimental Study. SPE-132369. 2010 SPE Western Regional Meeting.

Haifeng Jiang, Demin Wang, Huifen Xia. The Research in Rheological Properties and Flooding Effect of Comb Polymer Solutions. Journal of Northeast Petroleum University, 2008.

Haifeng Jiang, Demin Wang. The Viscoelasticity of Polyacrylamide Can Increase Recovery Efficiency. Doctoral Forum of China, 2007.

Haifeng Jiang, Demin Wang, Wenxiang Wu, et al. The Effect of Elasticity on Displacement Efficiency in the Lab and Results of High ConcentrationPolymer Flooding in the Field. SPE-115315. 2008 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, 2008.

Lily Nuryaningsih, Haifeng Jiang, Hertanto Adidharma. Experimental Study on Tertiary WAG with the use of Supercritical CO2 under Immiscible, Near Miscible and Miscible Conditions. SPE-141436-MS. 17th Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conference (MEOS 2011).

Lily Nuryaningsih, Haifeng Jiang, Hertanto Adidharma. Experimental Study on Optimum Half Cycle Slug Size of Water Alternating Gas under Tertiary Miscible Carbon Dioxide Flooding. SPE-139580-PP. 2010 SPE International Conference on CO2 Capture, Storage, & Utilization, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Panqing Gao, Brian Towler, Haifeng Jiang. Feasibility Investigation of CO2 Miscible Flooding in South Slattery Minnelusa Reservoir, Wyoming. SPE-133598-MS. SPE Western Regional Meeting, 27-29 May 2010, Anaheim, California, USA.

Wenxiang Wu, Demin Wang, Haifeng Jiang. Effect Of The Visco-Elasticity Of Displacing Fluids On The Relationship Of Capillary Number And Displacement Efficiency In Weak Oil-Wet Cores. SPE109228, 2007.

Wenxiang Wu, Haifeng Jiang. Investigation on Divided Flow of Multivariate Foam and Factors Influencing on Its Oil-Displacement Efficiency. Oilfield Chemistry, 2002.

 

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Fax:  307-766-2737
e-mail: hjiang2@uwyo.edu

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