Current Research and Scholarly Interests

Laura is a PhD candidate at Stanford University. Her research focuses on understanding fluid transport in shale by imaging, reconstructing and analyzing the rock fabric at nanometer scales. Her interests range from oil & gas engineering, fluid flow in porous media, to environmental and regulatory issues in the oil & gas industry, CCUS, and energy policy.

All Publications

  • Multimodal study of the impact of stimulation pH on shale pore structure, with an emphasis on organics behavior in alkaline environments FUEL Medina-Rodriguez, B. X., Frout, L., Alvarado, V., Kovscek, A. R. 2023; 331
  • Transport Simulations on Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope Images of Nanoporous Shale ENERGIES Froute, L., Wang, Y., McKinzie, J., Aryana, S. A., Kovscek, A. R. 2020; 13 (24)

    View details for DOI 10.3390/en13246665

    View details for Web of Science ID 000602826900001

  • Determination of thermophysical properties of cyclopentane hydrate using a stirred calorimetric cell JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS Delroisse, H., Plantier, F., Marlin, L., Dicharry, C., Froute, L., Andre, R., Torre, J. 2018; 125: 136–41