Cody Williamson is a Reservoir Engineer at the EERC, where he supports projects to determine enhanced oil recovery (EOR) performance in conventional and unconventional oil fields, the long-term fate of CO2 sequestration and brine disposal, and field injection/production performance by developing geophysical models of the subsurface and running dynamic simulations. Cody holds a B.S. degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of North Dakota (UND).
Cody’s principal areas of interest and expertise include reservoir modeling and simulation, CO2 sequestration, injection/production analysis, subsurface pressure management, and brine disposal.
“The EERC plays a big role in North Dakota’s energy industry. Being able to research new ideas and technologies while also improving my home state is a win-win for me,” said Cody.
Cody grew up in Grand Forks and attended UND. He enjoys listening to music and podcasts, watching professional football, and cooking. He also likes modeling everything—from creating CAD (computer-aided design) drawings to building small physical models like airplanes.