• Vol 9 No 1 (2019)

    On this issue we are publishing four with themes of Reverse Time Migration, modeling of seismic waves into an elastic media, reservoir characterization based on geochemical and well logs data and finally an article of diagenesis of tight sandstone.  Special focus in the present issue on environmental aspects is done. So, four papers related with soil remediation, with photocatalytic degradation of hydrocarbons, with oils spills in rivers and a remarkable study about on-road vehicle emission factors in Colombia conforms a block that aim to contribute to get a better understanding about the environmental burdens in the industry.

    Respecting to Oil Production segment, this issue includes a methodology for calculating performance indexes for Enhanced Oil recovery by air injection, a combined artificial intelligence modeling for forecasting and also an assessment of surfactant-polymer formulation for EOR. About integrity and materials topics, an evaluation of high density polyethylene as an alternative for corrosion control in pipes is also included.

  • Seismic imaging and modelling Vol 8 No 2 (2018)

    Special Issue on Seismic Imaging: In this special issue the following subjects are covered: blended sources; a new technology that offers cost-effective optimizations in seismic acquisition, seismic denoise and interpolation  based in sparse inversion, new advances in seismic modeling to obtain more realistic representation of complex wave propagation, new ideas on imaging that may improve the quality of seismic data, and studies on Full Waveform Inversion (FWI) optimization intended to maximize the resolution of the velocity field, which is undoubtedly the future of this field of applied science. In this issue are considered topics such: 

    * Role of primaries in seismic data

    * Propagation of incident waves in a laterally varying medium

    * More refined imaging by extracting directional from RTM

    * A new way to compute the FWI gradient

  • Petroleomics as a tool for determining asphaltenes composition;  Approach to sequential mathematical analysis of artificial lift sytems; micro-generation systems for in-situ electrical supply; ultrasonic methods for caving volumetric flow estimations Vol 8 No 1 (2018)

    This issue includes eight research articles focused on the operating segments of O&G industry (Exploration, Production, Refining and Transportation), one article on environmental technology and another three articles regarding renewable energies and Biofuels. In this issue are considered topics such: 

    * Petroleomics as a tool for detrmining asphaltenes composition

    * Approach to sequential mathematical analysis of artificial lift systems

    * Micro-generation systes for in-situ electrical supply

    * Ultrasonic methods for caving volumetric flow estimations

  • Hydraulic fracturing; Kinetic Oxidation, Delayed coking; Atomic force microscopy; Solar energy LCOE breakdown; Two phase flow modelling Vol 7 No 1 (2017)

    This issue includes six research articles focused on the operating segments of O&G industry (Exploration, Production, Refining and Transportation), one article on environmental technology and another two articles regarding renewable energies and Biofuels. In this issue are considered topics such: 

    * Hydraulic fracturing environmental impact

    * Kinetic oxidation of heavy crude

    * Palynologic study

    * Application of CFD in delayed coking

  • SEismic Volume; Polymer flooding review; Asphaltens X-Ray scattering; Biodiesel filtration; Nanostructured additives for Biodiesel; Biodiesel droplet evaporation Vol 6 No 5 (2017)

    This issue includes three research articles focused on the operating segments of O&G industry (Exploration, and Production) and  three articles regarding Biofuels. In this issue are considered topics such: 

    * A review article in polymer flooding (EOR)

    * Aggregate structure analysis of Colombian heavy crude asphaltenes using Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS)

    * Study of effect of filtration with bleaching earths on several quality parameters form Plam Oil Methyl Ester (POME)

    * Application of spectral inversion and fuzzy logic interpolation in post-stack resolution enhancement on a seismic volume of the Colombian llanos basin