Are you looking to unlock the full potential of fluid flow in porous media and underground storage? At FluidicsLab, we offer rock-solid lab services to help you achieve these goals. We specialise in conducting comprehensive studies for improved oil recovery (IOR)/enhanced oil recovery (EOR), carbon capture and storage/utilisation (CCS/CCU) as well as hydrogen storage.
As the go-to partner for optimising porous media flow and evaluating the technical and geological integrity of underground storage, our lab services are tailored to the requirements of technical experts and R&D professionals.
Thanks to cutting-edge laboratory facilities, we can conduct thorough analyses of reservoir rocks, from basic rock property measurements to compatibility studies. They also allow us to design and prepare subsurface applications that require testing a large number of chemicals or gas mixtures to determine the optimum chemical formula or fluid-gas-rock compatibility for specific reservoirs.
From petrophysical to complex live-fluid experiments, we reduce the risks involved in selecting suitable chemicals or gas mixtures for improved recovery in the early stages of a project, ensuring a timely and effective workflow for subsurface energy companies.
Our expertise also extends to the investigation of H2 and CO2 in porous media, and we specialise in assessing the geological integrity of underground storage projects in the context of the energy transition. In addition, we work closely with authorities to support our clients in obtaining storage operating licenses.
We invited HOT FluidicsLab to provide laboratory support in our research of potential candidates for Underground Hydrogen Storage (UHS) in Austria. HOT FluidicsLab never ceased to impress with their professionalism, persistence and surpassing any our expectations in delivering highly valuable and reliable data.
Our most recent work was featured in the following publications:
Borovina, A.; Hincapie, R.E.; Clemens, T.; Hoffmann, E.; Wegner, J.
Polymers 2022, 14, 5514.
Hincapie, Rafael E., Borovina, Ante, Clemens, Torsten, Hoffmann, Eugen, and Jonas Wegner. SPE Res Eval & Eng 25 (2022): 380–396.
Paper published in the SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering Journal in August 2022 (Volume 25, Issue 3)
Calvin Lumban Gaol, Jonas Wegner and Leonhard Ganzer
Paper published in the Lab on a Chip Journal in December 2020.
FluidicsLab’s customisable services are perfect for technical experts and researchers who want to enhance porous media flow and evaluate underground storage. They allow you to assess geological integrity with ease and streamline your energy projects. Contact FluidicsLab today and start optimising your operations!