Programme

Monday, 3 September

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15:00am –

Schæffergården

Registration

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15.00 - 18.00

Schæffergården

Executive Committee meeting

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19.00 - 21.30

Schæffergården

Welcome reception

Tuesday, 4 September

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08:30

Schæffergården

Registration

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08:55 - 12:15

Schæffergården

Session A : Studies of fluids of interfaces in porous media

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12:15 - 13:45

Schæffergården

Lunch

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13:13 - 17:25

Schæffergården

Session B: Surfactants and polymers

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18:30

Copenhagen

Conference dinner at “Aamann’s” in Copenhagen

There will be bus transfer from and back to the hotel

Wednesday, 5 September

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Schæffergården

Workshop with the national contributions

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08:30-11:50

Schæffergården

Session C : Thermal Recovery

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11:50-14:30

Schæffergården

Session D: Gas flooding techniques

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12:15-13:15

Schæffergården

Lunch

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14:30-16:35

Schæffergården

Session F : Emerging technologies

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18:00

Schæffergården

Conference dinner at “Carlsberg Academy” in Copenhagen
There will be bus transfer from and back to the hotel

Thursday, 6 September

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08:00-16:00

Schæffergården

Symposium

Developing Cost Efficient EOR Technologies to Meet Increasing World Oil Demand

Friday, 7 September

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09:00

Møns Klint

Optional Field Trip to the Møns Klint chalk outcrops

Møns Klint is a famous example of geological layers dislocated due to the advance of glaciers.

During the last Ice age, blocks of Cretaceous chalk were broken from the top of the thick chalk formations and shifted to an imbricated structure by the advancing ice sheets. The beds are tilted,folded and interlayered with thinner layers of Quaternary sand and clay at present day. Walking along the cliff the texture and bioturbation of the highly porous chalk can be studied as well as the flint beds which highlight how the chalk has been deformed.