I am part of the Reservoir Physics (Energy Technology and CO2 Storage) research group at the Dept. of Physics and Technology.
My research interest is multiphase flow in porous media, with two main focus areas: 1) subsurface hydrogen storage, 2) methane gas hydrates.
My work is based on experimental (microfluidics and core flooding) and numerical simulation (field scale) techniques. I am responsible for experimental activities at the Hydrate lab, where I perform and supervise master students with experimental work on hydrogen and methane. My future research will include a collaboration with SINTEF and NORCE.
Almenningen, S., Lysyy, M., & Ersland, G. (2021). Quantification of CH4 Hydrate Film Growth Rates in Micromodel Pores. Crystal Growth & Design, 21(7), 4090-4099, https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.1c00396
Lysyy, M., Fernø, M., & Ersland, G. (2021). Seasonal hydrogen storage in a depleted oil and gas field. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2021.05.030
Lysyy, M. (2018). Pore-scale investigation of methane hydrate phase transitions and growth rates in synthetic porous media (Master's thesis, The University of Bergen), https://bora.uib.no/bora-xmlui/handle/1956/18261
Dept. of Physics and Technology Council 2021, substitute representative
Dept. of Physics and Technology Council 2020, representative
Frøken Lina Asbjørnsens Grant 2018
Frøken Lina Asbjørnsens Grant 2017