Dr. Lu Jin is a Senior Reservoir Engineer at the EERC, where he develops geophysical models of the subsurface and runs dynamic simulations to determine the long-term fate of produced/ injected fluids, including hydrocarbons, CO2, and brine, using oil and gas industry simulation software. He holds Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana State University (LSU) and a B.S. degree in Petroleum Engineering from Northeast Petroleum University. Before joining the EERC, Dr. Jin worked as a Reservoir Consultant for a joint industrial program at LSU and as a Reservoir Engineer at InPetro Technologies, Inc., Houston, where he successfully completed research and field implementation projects for both international and independent oil companies. He has extensive research experience in fluids flow in microporous structures, well test design/interpretation, formation damage evaluation, modeling phenomena of capillarity, adsorption, dispersion, etc., in both conventional and unconventional reservoirs. Dr. Jin’s principal areas of interest and expertise include reservoir modeling and simulation, CO2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR) and associated CO2 storage in both conventional and unconventional reservoirs, water coning control, and multiphase flow in porous media. He is particularly interested in subsurface oil–water–gas interactions, EOR techniques and development of old oil fields/unconventional resources. He has authored and coauthored numerous professional publications.