Doctoral Student of Petroleum Engineering

 

Room: 231

Dep. 4311 1000 E.  University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071

Email: rwang4@uwyo.edu

 

Education:

Ph.D, Petroleum Engineering, University of Wyoming, 2017 – present.

M.Eng, Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary, 2014 – 2017.

B.Eng, Petroleum Geology, China University of Geosciences, 2010 – 2014.

 

Research Interests and Area of Specialization:

  • Stress sensitivity of single- and multi-phase flow in pore scale.
  • Pore scale fluids redistribution during the loading and unloading process.
  • Wettability and IFT variation with pore pressure.

 

Current Research Project:

The effect of overburden pressure, pore pressure and associated pore deformation on relative permeability and saturation.

 

Previous Researches:

Reservoir Characterization and Development Plan of Viewfield Bakken in Southeast Saskatchewan.

 

Experience:

Laboratory Assistance, 2011-2012, Mud-logging Laboratory, Sinopec Oil Field Service Shengli Corporation Geologging Company, China.

 

Publications:

Wang, R., Zhang, K., Detpunyawat, P., Cao, J., & Zhan, J., Analytical Solution of Matrix Permeability of Organic-Rich Shale. In International Petroleum Technology Conference. International Petroleum Technology Conference. November (2016).

Jin, L., Shan, X., Wang, Z., Wang, R., A Progress on Sequence Stratigraphy of the Middle Cambrian in Beijing Western Mountain[J]. Marine Geology Frontiers, 32(12): 1-9 (2016).