报告题目： Low Salinity Water Flooding Technique: Challenges and Impacts（低矿化度水驱技术：机遇与挑战）
报 告 人：谢全博士
报 告 人：Dr Sam/Quan Xie is a lecturer in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, Curtin University, Australia, engaging in Enhanced Oil Recovery and Reservoir Simulation areas. As an active researcher, Quan has been engaging in a number of research and commercial projects mainly focused on core-scale numerical simulation and reservoir simulation as well as supervising PhD students. He published more than 30 research articles on SCI journals, SPE and SCA conferences, etc.
He got his bachelor degree in Applied Chemistry in 2005, and master degree in Oil and Gas Field Development Engineering, mainly focused on EOR, from Southwest Petroleum University (SWPU) in 2008. From 2008, Quan pursued his PhD in the Overseas Research Institute of Oil and Gas Engineering in China University of Petroleum (Beijing). He started his career in 2011 in the Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development (RIPED) of PetroChina in Beijing. Quan have/had been heavily involved and lead in Chemical-EOR, Low Salinity Water Flooding, and CO2 sequestration, which were funded by CNPC, Geoscience Australia, Shell, and Ministry of Science and Technology of China during the past six years.