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Christophe PREUX

Head of Department, Physico Chemistry of Complex Fluids and Materials
Christophe Preux graduated from the MATMECA engineering school (+ DEA in applied mathematics) (2003) before completing his doctoral thesis at the University of Bordeaux 1 in partnership with the CEA
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Maira ALVES FORTUNATO

Researcher in Complex Fluids / Ph.D. in Chemistry
_ Maira completed her Ph.D. thesis at the Institute for Research on Catalysis and the Environment of the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (CNRS) and Saint-Gobain Provence Research on the catalytic
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Jean KITTEL

Materials & Corrosion Technical Advisor, Project manager
PhD in Electrochemistry
> 20 years experience in Materials and Corrosion. Materials Engineer from INSA de Lyon, 1997. PhD in Eectrochemistry (Paris 6), 2001. Habilitation from INSA de Lyon, 2011. Member of Cefracor / EFC /
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Charles-Philippe LIENEMANN

Charles-Philippe Lienemann - Scientific Advisor at the Physics and Analysis Division
Charles-Philippe Lienemann graduated at the University of Geneva (Switzerland) in 1993. He then joined University of Lausanne (Switzerland) within the group of D. Perret and Prof. J-C. Bünzli for his
Carnot IFPEN Ressources Energétiques
Innovation and Industry

IFPEN Ressources Energétiques Carnot Institute

Reinforcing and accelerating R&I In 2020, IFPEN’s energy resources activities were awarded the “Carnot Institute” label, in recognition of the numerous active collaborative initiatives with economic players and academia, in France and around the world. IFPEN Ressources Energétiques is now one of the 39 members of the Carnot network, initially
Responsible oil and gas
Innovation and Industry

Responsible oil and gas

Against the backdrop of the accelerating energy transition, the oil industry and related sectors need to continue to meet sustained demand, while significantly reducing their environmental footprint and energy consumption. IFPEN develops eco-efficient and flexible processes for the production of fuel and chemical intermediates meeting the strictest standards. To make
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR)
Innovation and Industry

Our strengths

Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) Our strengths The EOR Alliance boasts one of the biggest pools of resources and expertise dedicated to EOR, as well as unique laboratories and semi-industrial pilot testing facilities: to conduct laboratory and EOR simulation studies, to study the impact of chemical EOR on the water cycle
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR)
Innovation and Industry

Our networks

Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) Our networks IFPEN has created a community of 70 partners around a workshop dedicated to chemical EOR. It brings together EOR managers from oil companies to discuss technical and industrial challenges associated with the implementation of EOR on the ground, technological advances and pilot project feedback
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR)
Innovation and Industry

Our solutions

Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) Our solutions Working alongside its EOR Alliance partners, IFPEN develops innovative EOR solutions to improve oil field recovery rates and optimize the use of produced water. All types of EOR processes adapted to different reservoir conditions The EOR Alliance was created in 2010 by three companies
Enhanced oil recovery (EOR)
Innovation and Industry

Enhanced oil recovery (EOR)

Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) OVERVIEW AND CHALLENGES According to current forecasts, global reliance on fossil fuels is set to remain high through to the period 2030-2040. It is therefore crucial to develop increasingly advanced oil and gas exploration and production technologies. In a context in which the implementation of the