Martinius, A.W.

Profile

  • MSc at Utrecht University, The Netherlands (sedimentology and palaeoecology of macrofauna invertebrates)   
  • PhD at Technical University of Delft (fluvial reservoir characterization)
  • Part-time position (30%) at the TU Delft
  • My full time job is with Equinor ASA as Specialist Sedimentology and Stratigraphy as well as reservoir characterization. I am based in Trondheim, Norway.

Research

My research interests have focused on the sedimentology, stratigraphy and reservoir characterization of fluvial and shallow marine depositional systems and the potential effects of sedimentological heterogeneities at a variety of spatial scales on fluid flow (hydrocarbons, CO2, hydrogen). I am interested in understanding the 3D variability within modern and ancient sedimentary systems and relate that to controlling factors. This understanding, in combination with forward modelling simulations, is used to predict subsurface property distributions and related uncertainties.

Educational Activities

Co-responsible for courses:

  • AESM3003
  • AESM403B – Geo-Energy fieldwork
  • 4 MSc students (2008-2012) from the faculty of CiTG (www.tudelft.nl/en/ceg) with projects related to the Equinor R&D (www.equinor.com) project ‘Digital forward stratigraphic modelling of 3D sedimentary architecture’ using Delft3D developed by Deltares (Home - Delft3D - oss.deltares.nl).
  • 2 MSc students with a project related to production challenges in the Equinor operated Heidrun asset on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (2017-2018).
  • 2 MSc students financed by NARG (North Africa Research Group | The University of Manchester (narg.org.uk), a JIP sponsored by Equinor ASA (2019-2020, and 2021-2022).
  • 2 MSc students coordinated by the Fresco project (see below), both around the theme of ‘Integrated stratigraphy and fluvial cyclicity’ (2021).
  • 1 MSc student financially supported and co-supervised by the Equinor R&D project on the integration of 4D seismic data of the Equinor operated Snorre field and geological control (2022).
  • 3 PhD students financially supported by Equinor ASA on ‘Digital forward stratigraphic modelling of 3D sedimentary architecture’ (Delft3D; 2011-2018).
  • 1 PhD student financed by the NARG JIP (2018).
  • 1 PhD student (ongoing) financed by the Delphi JIP (https://www.delphi-consortium.com) a JIP sponsored by Equinor ASA focussing on improved integration of geological stratigraphic understanding and seismic interpretation (at 5 to 25 m scale).
  • 2 PhD students in the Fresco project with first user the Snorre asset and the Rosebank asset (operated by Equinor) financed by Equinor R&D. The first PhD finished in December 2021 (Alluvial Stratigraphic Response to Astronomical Climate Change | TU Delft Repositories).
  • NOMAD – JIP led by the university of Manchester and TUD-CiTG (2003 – 2008) and sponsored by Equinor ASA. Equinor led the steering committee for ten years and funded the construction of a NOMAD project core facility in the Karoo.
  • A long-term cooperation, starting in 2008 and ongoing, between the Equinor R&D project ‘Digital forward stratigraphic modelling of 3D sedimentary architecture’, TUD-CiTG and Deltares, and later the Norwegian Computing Centre (Norsk Regnesentral). First user: the Heidrun and Oseberg assets (Equinor operated) on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Multiple MSc projects and 2 PhD projects.
  • Fresco JIP project ‘Developing a Predictive Model to Quantify low N/G Fluvial REServoir COnnectivity and Heterogeneity’. A cooperation between Equinor ASA and Wintershall, and largely (80%) financed by the Topsector Energy.
  • ROBUST - fluvial stratigraphy project for the Rosebank asset (UK; Equinor operated) in 2021: Impact of extreme greenhouse warming during the Paleocene-Eocene transition on alluvial stratigraphic models for the Rosebank asset.
  • Joined NTNU – TUD-CiTG course in the Pyrenees (2017) on: ‘Geological aspects of CO2 storage’. The course will run again in 2022.
  • Start-up early 2022 of the JIP ‘STOWCe’ (Stratigraphic Reservoir Characterization for Flow and Storage of CO2) co-sponsored by Equinor R&D and Shell.

 

Published Books

  • Martinius, A.W. and Van den Berg, J.H. (2011) Atlas of sedimentary structures in estuarine and tidally-influenced river deposits of the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt system: Their application to the interpretation of analogous outcrop and subsurface depositional systems. EAGE, Houten, The Netherlands, 298 p. ISBN: 978-90-73834-11-8.
  • Martinius, A.W. (1996) The Sedimentological Characterisation of Labyrinthine Fluvial Reservoir Analogues. Published PhD thesis, Delft University of Technology, 300 p. ISBN: 90-9009206-4.

Edited Special Publications

  • Martinius, A.W., Ravnås, R., Howell, J.A., Steel, R.J. and Wonham, J. (Eds) From Depositional Systems to Sedimentary Successions on the Norwegian Continental Margin. International Association of Sedimentologists Special Publications 46, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-118-92046-6.
  • Martinius, A.W., Howell, J.A. and Good, T.R. (Eds) Sediment Body Geometry and Heterogeneity: Analogue Studies for Modelling the Subsurface. Geological Society of London Special Publications 387, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-86239-372-1.
  • Cullum, A. and Martinius, A.W. (Eds) ‘52 Things You Should Know About Palaeontology’. AgileLibre, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2014. ISBN: 978-0-9879594-4-7.
  • Cullum, A. and Martinius, A.W. (Eds) ‘52 More Things You Should Know About Palaeontology’. AgileLibre, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2017. ISBN: 978-0-9879594-7-8.
  • Fraticelli, C.M., Markwick, P., Martinius, A.W. and Suter, J.R. (Eds) Latitudinal Controls on Stratigraphic Models and Sedimentary Concepts. Society for Sedimentary Geology Special Publications 108, 2019. ISBN: 978-1-56576-346-3.

Published Papers

Book chaptes

  • Van Veen, F., Donselaar, M.E., Ridder, J., Alvarez-Sierra, M.A., Arribas Mocoroa, J., Arribas Mocoroa, M.E., Campbell, A.E., Chessa, A.G., Cuevas Gozalo, M., Daams, R., Elewaut, E.F.M., Gómez, J.J., Huurdeman, A.J.M., Lutgert, J.E., Maldonado Zamora, A., Martinius, A.W., Más Mayoral, R., van der Meulen, A., Miguez Marin, F., Mijnssen, F.C.J., Mulder, M.H., Nieuwenhuis, J.R.A., Peláez Campomanes de Labra, P., Rozycki, A., Tortosa Lopez, A., Vasak, L. (1994) Geological characterization of fluvial sediments. In: Helbig., K. (Ed.) Modeling the Earth for Oil Exploration. Pergamon Press, Chapter 3, 115-204.
  • Martinius, A.W. (2011) Contrasting styles of siliciclastic tidal deposition in developing thrust-sheet-top basins – the Lower Eocene of the central Pyrenees (Spain). In: Davies, R. and Dalrymple, R.W. (Eds) Principles of Tidal Sedimentology, Chapter 18, 473-506.
  • Martinius, A.W. (2013) Scaling the outcrop. In: Hall, M. and Dahl, M. (Eds) 52 Things You Should Know About Geology. Agile Libre, Nova Scotia, Canada, 76-77.
  • Martinius, A.W. (2014) Hardgrounds. In: Cullum, A. and Martinius, A.W. (Eds) 52 Things You Should Know About Paleontology. Agile Libre, Nova Scotia, Canada, 62-63.

Peer-reviewed papers

  • Martinius, A.W. (1984) Fossiele zoogdierresten uit Pannerden. Grondboor en Hamer, 5, 159-164.
  • Molenaar, N. and Martinius, A.W. (1990) Origin of nodules in mixed siliciclastic- carbonate sandstones, the Lower Eocene Roda Sandstone Member, southern Pyrenees, Spain. Sedimentary Geology, 66, 277-293.
  • Martinius, A.W. (1991) Growth rate and population dynamics in Crassostrea cf. rarilamella from the lower Eocene Roda Formation (southern Pyrenees, Spain). Geologie en Mijnbouw, 70, 59-73.
  • Martinius, A.W. and Molenaar, N. (1991) A coral-mollusc (Goniaraea - Crassatella) dominated hardground community in a siliciclastic - carbonate sandstone (the Lower Eocene Roda Formation, southern Pyrenees, Spain). Palaios, 6, 142-155.
  • Cuevas Gozalo, M.C. and Martinius, A.W. (1993) Outcrop data base for the geological characterization of fluvial reservoirs: an example from distal fluvial fan deposits in the Loranca Basin, Spain. In: North, C.P. and Prosser, D.J. (Eds) Characterization of Fluvial and Aeolian Reservoirs. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 73, 79-94.
  • Schuppers, J.D. and Martinius, A.W. (1994) Modified grain flow deposits from the Upper Cretaceous Vallcarga Formation, south-central Pyrenees, Spain. Journal of Sedimentary Research, A64, 518-523.
  • Martinius, A.W. (1995) Macrofauna associations and the formation of shell concentrations in the Early Eocene Roda Formation (southern Pyrenees, Spain). Scripta Geologica, 108, 1-39.
  • Martinius, A.W. and Nieuwenhuijs, R.A. (1995) Geological description of flow units in channel sands in a fluvial reservoir analogue (Loranca Basin, Spain). Petroleum Geoscience, 1, 237-252.
  • Molenaar, N. and Martinius, A.W. (1996) Fossiliferous intervals and sequence boundaries in shallow marine, siliciclastic deposits (Early Eocene, fan-deltaic deposits in the southern Pyrenees, Spain). Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 121, 147-168.
  • Silva, F.P., Costa e Silva, A., Martinius, A.W. and Weber, K.J. (1996) The Tórtola fluvial system - A modern analogue for the Upper Gharif of the Sultanate of Oman. GeoArabia, Middle East Petroleum Geosciences, 1, 325-342.
  • Berkhout, R.J., Chessa, A.G. and Martinius, A.W. (1996) A statistical adjustment of Haldorsen's conditioned Boolean simulation algorithm. Mathematical Geology, 28, 791-810.
  • Martinius, A.W. (2000) Labyrinthine facies architecture of the Tórtola fluvial system and controls on deposition (late Oligocene - early Miocene, Loranca Basin, Spain). Journal of Sedimentary Research, 70, 850-867.
  • Martinius, A.W., Kaas, I., Næss, A., Helgesen, G., Kjærefjord, J.M. and Leith, D.A. (2001) Sedimentology of the heterolithic and tide-dominated Tilje Formation (Early Jurassic, Halten Terrace, offshore mid-Norway). In: Martinsen, O.J. and Dreyer, T. (Eds) Sedimentary Environments Offshore Norway - Paleozoic to Recent. Norwegian Petroleum Society Special Publications, 10, 103-144.
  • Yoshida, S., Jackson, M.D., Johnson, H.D., Muggeridge, A.H., and Martinius, A.W. (2001) Outcrop Studies of Tidal Sandstones for Reservoir Characterization (Lower Cretaceous Vectis Formation, Isle of Wight, Southern England). In: Martinsen, O.J. and Dreyer, T. (Eds) Sedimentary Environments Offshore Norway - Paleozoic to Recent. Special Publication Norwegian Petroleum Society, 10, 233-257.
  • Brandsæter, I., Wist, H.T., Næss, A., Lia, O., Arntzen, O.J., Ringrose, P.S., Martinius, A.W. and Lerdahl, T.R. (2001) Ranking of stochastic realizations of complex tidal reservoirs using streamline simulation criteria. Petroleum Geoscience, Special Issue, 7, S53-S63.
  • Martinius, A.W., Geel, C.R. and Arribas, J. (2002) Lithofacies characterization of fluvial sandstones from outcrop spectral gamma-ray logs (Loranca Basin, Spain): the influence of provenance. Petroleum Geoscience, 8, 51-62.
  • Svanes, T., Martinius, A.W., Hegre, J., Maret, J.-P., Mjøs, R. and Ustáriz, J.C. (2004) Integration of subsurface applications to develop a dynamic stochastic modelling workflow. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 88, 1369-1390.
  • Martinius, A.W., Ringrose, P.S., Bostrøm, C., Elfenbein, C., Næss, A. and Ringås, J.S. (2005) Reservoir challenges of heterolithic tidal hydrocarbon fields (Halten Terrace, Mid Norway). Petroleum Geoscience Thematic Set, 11, 3-16.
  • Martinius, A.W. and Næss, A. (2005) Uncertainty analysis of fluvial outcrop data for stochastic reservoir modelling. Petroleum Geoscience, 11, 203-214
  • Nordahl, K., Martinius, A.W. and Kritsky, A. (2006) Time-series analysis of a heterolithic, ripple-laminated deposit (Early Jurassic, Tilje Formation) and implications for reservoir modelling. Marine Geology, 235 (Special Issue), 255-271.
  • Keogh, K.J., Martinius, A.W. and Osland, R. (2007) The development of fluvial stochastic modelling in the Norwegian oil industry: a historical review, subsurface implementation and future directions. Special Issue Sedimentary Geology, 202, 249-268.
  • Ringrose, P.S., Martinius, A.W. and Alvestad, J. (2008) Multiscale geological reservoir modelling in practice. In: Robinson, A., Griffiths, P., Price, S., Hegre, J. and Muggeridge, A. (Eds) The Future of Geological Modelling in Hydrocarbon Development. Geological Society of London Special Publications, 309, 123-134.
  • Leren, B.L.S., Howell, J., Enge, H. and Martinius, A.W. (2010) Controls on stratigraphic architecture in contemporaneous delta systems from the Eocene Roda Sandstone, Tremp-Graus Basin, northern Spain. Sedimentary Geology, 229, 9-40.
  • Martinius, A.W. and Gowland, S. (2011) Tide-influenced fluvial bedforms and tidal bore deposits (Late Jurassic Lourinhã Formation, Luisitanian Basin, Western Portugal). Sedimentology, 58, 285-324.
  • Olariu, M., Olariu, C., Steel, R., Dalrymple, R.W. and Martinius, A.W. (2012) Anatomy of a laterally migrating tidal bar: Esdolomada Member, Roda Formation, Graus-Tremp Basin, Spain. Sedimentology, 59, 356-378.
  • Martinius, A.W., Hegner, J., Kaas, I., Bejarano, C., Mathieu, X. and Mjøs, R. (2012) Sedimentology and depositional model for the Early Miocene Oficina Formation in the Petrocedeño Field (Orinoco heavy-oil belt, Venezuela). Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 35, 354-380.
  • Martinius, A.W., Hegner, J., Kaas, I., Bejarano, C., Mathieu, X. and Mjøs, R. (2013), Geologic reservoir characterization and evaluation of the Petrocedeño Field, Early Miocene Oficina Formation, Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt, Venezuela. In: Hein, F.J., Leckie, D., Larter, S. and Suter, J.R. (Eds), Heavy Oil and Oil-Sand Petroleum Systems in Alberta and Beyond: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Studies in Geology, 64, 103-131.
  • Taylor, A.M., Gowland, S., Leary, S., Keogh, K.J. and Martinius, A.W. (2014) Stratigraphic correlation of the Lourinhã Formation in the Consolação Sub-basin (Lusitanian Basin), Portugal. Geological Journal, 49, 143-162.
  • Ahokas, J.M., Nystuen, J.P. and Martinius, A.W. (2014) Stratigraphic signatures of punctuated relative sea-level rise in an estuary-dominated heterolithic succession: incised valley fills of the Toarcian Ostreaelv Formation, Neill Klinter Group (Jameson Land, East Greenland). Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 50, 103-129.
  • Keogh, K.J., Leary, S., Martinius, A.W., Scott, A.S.J., Riordan, S., Gowland, S. and Taylor, A.M. (2014) Data capture for multi-scale modelling of the Lourinhã Formation, Lusitanian Basin, Portugal: an outcrop analogue for the Statfjord Group, Norwegian North Sea. In: Martinius, A.W., Howell, J.A. and Good, T.R. (Eds) Sediment Body Geometry and Heterogeneity: Analogue Studies for Modelling the Subsurface. Geological Society of London Special Publications, 387, 27-56.
  • Howell, J.A., Martinius, A.W. and Good, T.R. (2014) The application of outcrop analogues in geological modelling: Present status and future outlook. In: Martinius, A.W., Howell, J.A. and Good, T.R. (Eds) Sediment Body Geometry and Heterogeneity: Analogue Studies for Modelling the Subsurface. Geological Society of London Special Publications, 387, 1-25.
  • Messina, C., Nemec, W., Martinius, A.W. and Elfenbein, C. (2014) The Garn Formation (Bajocian-Bathonian) in the Kristin field, Halten Terrace: its origin and facies architecture with implications for reservoir heterogeneity model. In: Martinius, A.W., Ravnås, R., Howell, J.A., Steel, R.J. and Wonham, J. (Eds) From Depositional Systems to Sedimentary Successions on the Norwegian Continental Margin. International Association of Sedimentologists Special Publications, 46, 513-550.
  • Martinius, A.W., Elfenbein, C. and Keogh, K.J. (2014) Applying accommodation versus sediment supply ratio concepts to stratigraphic analysis and zonation of fluvial reservoirs. In: Martinius, A.W., Ravnås, R., Howell, J.A., Steel, R.J. and Wonham, J. (Eds) From Depositional Systems to Sedimentary Successions on the Norwegian Continental Margin. International Association of Sedimentologists Special Publications, 46, 101-126.
  • Ahokas, J.M., Nystuen, J.P. and Martinius, A.W. (2014) Depositional dynamics and sequence development of the paralic Early Jurassic Neill Klinter Group, Jameson Land Basin, East Greenland: Comparison with the Halten Terrace, mid-Norwegian continental shelf. In: Martinius, A.W., Ravnås, R., Howell, J.A., Steel, R.J. and Wonham, J. (Eds) From Depositional Systems to Sedimentary Successions on the Norwegian Continental Margin. International Association of Sedimentologists Special Publications, 46, 291-338.
  • Martinius, A.W., Jablonski, B.V.J., Fustic, M., Strobl, R. and Van den Berg, J.H. (2015) Fluvial to tidal transition zone facies in the McMurray Formation (Christina River, Alberta, Canada). In: Ashworth, P.J., Best, J.L. and Parsons, D.R. (Eds) Fluvial-Tidal Sedimentology. Developments in Sedimentology 68, 445-480.
  • Ichaso, A.A., Dalrymple, R.W. and Martinius, A.W. (2016) Basin analysis and sequence stratigraphy of the syn-rift Tilje Formation (Early Jurassic), Halten Terrace giant oil and gas fields, offshore mid-Norway. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 100, 1329-1375.
  • Eide, C.H., Howell, J.A., Martinius, A.W., Buckley, S.J., Oftedal, B.T. and Henstra, G. (2016) Facies model for a coarse-grained, tide-influenced delta: Gule Horn Formation (Early Jurassic), Jameson Land, Greenland. Sedimentology, 63, 1474-1506.
  • Van den Berg, J.H., Martinius, A.W. and Houthuys, R. (2017) Breaching and deposits of turbidity currents in fluvial and estuarine channels: examples from outcrop and core and implications to reservoir models. Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 82, 178-205.
  • Martinius, A.W., Fustic, M., Garner, D.L., Jablonski, B.V.J., Strobl, R.S., MacEachern, J.A. and Dashtgard, S.E. (2017) Reservoir characterization and multiscale heterogeneity modeling of inclined heterolithic strata formed by point bar rotation and relocation for bitumen-production forecasting, McMurray Formation, Corner, Alberta, Canada. Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 82, 336-361.
  • Martinius, A.W. (2017) Multiscale Gilbert-type delta lobe architecture and heterogeneities: the case of the Roda Sandstone Member. AAPG Bulletin, 101, 453–463.
  • Gowland, S., Taylor, A.M. and Martinius, A.W. (2018) Integrated sedimentology and ichnology of Late Jurassic fluvial point-bars – facies architecture and colonization styles (Lourinhã Formation, Lusitanian Basin, western Portugal). Sedimentology, 65, 400-430.
  • Fustic, M., Strobl, R., Fowler, M., Jablonski, B.V.J. and Martinius, A.W. (2019) Impact of reservoir heterogeneity on oil migration and the origin of apparently enigmatic oil-water contacts: McMurray Formation Type Section, Alberta, Canada. Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 103, 216-230.
  • Peeters, J., Cohen, K.M., Thrana, C., Busschers, F.S., Martinius, A.W., Stouthamer, E. and Middelkoop, H. (2019) Preservation of Last Interglacial and Holocene transgressive systems tracts in the Netherlands and its applicability as a North Sea Basin reservoir analogue. Earth-Science Reviews, 188, 482-497.
  • Van der Vegt, H., Storms, J.E.A., Walstra, D.-J.R., Li, L., Nordahl, K., Howes, N.C. and Martinius, A.W. (2019) Grain size fractionation by process‐driven sorting in sandy to muddy deltas. Depositional Record, 2019: 217–235. https ://doi.org/10.1002/dep2.85.
  • Sahoo, H., Gani, M.R., Gani, N.D., Hampson, G.J., Howell, J.A., Storms, J.E.A., Martinius, A.W. and Buckley, S.J. (2020) Predictable patterns in stacking and distribution of channelized fluvial sand bodies linked to channel mobility and avulsion processes. Geology, 48, 903-907.
  • Wang, Y., Storms, J.E.A., Martinius, A.W., Karssenberg, D. and Abels, H.A. (2021) Alluvial stratigraphic response to precession-scale upstream forcing in process-based three-dimensional numerical forward modelling. Basin Research, 33, 48-65.
  • Griffiths, J., Worden, R.H., Utley, J.E.P., Brostrøm, C., Martinius, A.W., Lawan, A.Y., and A.I. Al-Hajri (2021) Origin and distribution of grain-coating and pore-filling chlorite in deltaic sandstones for reservoir quality assessment. Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 134, 105326.
  • Wang, Y., Baars, T., Sahoo, H., Storms, J.E.A., Martinius, A.W., Gingerich, P., Abels, H.A. (2021) Sandstone body character, river styles, and geomorphology of the Lower Eocene Willwood Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, UAS. Sedimentology, accepted.
  • Wang, Y., Storms, J., Martinius, A.W., Gingerich, P., Chielewska, M., Buckey, S., and Abels, H. (2022) Spatial characteristics and kinematics of precession-driven floodplain aggradation cycles in the lower Eocene Willwood Formation of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, accepted.

Non-Peer Reviewed Conference proceedings

  • Chessa, A.G. and Martinius, A.W. (1992) Object-based modelling of the spatial distribution of fluvial sandstone deposits. In: Christie, M.A., Da Silva, F.V., Farmer, C.L., Guillon, O., Heinemann, Z.E., Lemonnier, P., Regtien, J.M.M. and Van Spronsen, E. (Eds) Proceedings of the third European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery (ECMOR), Delft, The Netherlands, Delft University Press, 5-14.
  • Wen, R.-J., Martinius, A.W., Næss, A. and Ringrose, P.S. (1998) Three-dimensional simulation of small-scale heterogeneity in tidal deposits - A process-based stochastic method. In: Buccianti, A., Nardi, G. and Potenza, R. (Eds) Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology (IAMG), Ischia, Italy, 129-134.
  • Berg, F.K., Martinius, A.W. and Johnsen, S.O. (1999) Application of discriminant analysis in characterisation and prediction of heterolithic deposits in the Early Jurassic Tilje Formation, offshore mid-Norway. In: Lippard, S.J., Næss, A. and Sinding-Larsen, R. (Eds) Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology (IAMG), Trondheim, Norway, 127-133.
  • Yoshida, S., Johnson, H.D., Jackson, M.D. and Martinius, A.W. (1999) Quantification of the heterogeneities within tidal sandstone outcrops: analogue study for subsurface reservoir characterization. In: Lippard, S.J., Næss, A. and Sinding-Larsen, R. (Eds) Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference of the International Association of Mathematical Geology (IAMG), Trondheim, Norway, 677-682.
  • Martinius, A.W., Ringrose, P.S., Næss, A. and R.-J. Wen (1999) Multi-scale characterisation and modelling of heterolithic tidal systems, offshore mid-Norway. In: Hentz, T.F. (Ed.) Advanced Reservoir Characterization for the Twenty-First Century. Special Publication GCSSEPM Foundation 19th Ann. Research Conf., 193-204.
  • Yoshida, S., Johnson, H.D., Gupta, R. and Martinius, A.W. (1999) Outcrop studies of Lower Cretaceous tidal sand bodies for reservoir characterisation of the Tilje Formation (Lower Jurassic offshore mid-Norway). In: Hentz, T.F. (Ed.) Advanced Reservoir Characterization for the Twenty-First Century. Special Publication GCSSEPM Foundation 19th Ann. Research Conf., 99-107.
  • Martinius, A.W., Mjøs, R., Devilliers. M.C., Grausem, M., Hegre, J., Krigsvoll, R., Levret, M., Linjordet, A., Mathieu, X., Kremer, Y. and Maret, J.P. (2001) Horizontal Well Positioning in a Fluvial Reservoir: The Role of Reservoir Characterization and Geomodelling (Oficina Formation, Sincor, Faja del Orinoco, Venezuela). AAPG Annual Meeting “2001: An Energy Odyssey”, Denver, USA.
  • Garner, D.L., Lagisquet, A., Hosseini, A.H., Khademi, K., Jablonski, B.V.J., Strobl, R., Fustic, M. and Martinius, A.W. (2014) The quest for innovative technology solutions for in-situ development of challenging oil sands reservoirs in Alberta. World Heavy Oil Congress, New Orleans, USA, Paper 139. 11 p.

 

 

Part-time Professor in Reservoir Characterization

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