|August 2017 - Present||Assistant Professor, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering|
|August 2017 - Present||Associate Researcher, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Rock Mechanics and Explosives Research Center|
|August 2015 - August 2017||Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Petroleum Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering|
|June 2009 - August 2010||Petroleum Engineer, Suncor Energy|
|October 2008 - April 2009||Petroleum Engineer, BP|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2017 - Present||Research Investigator, Center For Research in Energy and Environment||2017 - Present||Research Investigator, Center for Infrastructure Engineering Studies (CIES)||2017 - Present||Associate Researcher, Rock Mechanics and Explosives Research Center|
Honors and Awards
- PhD Outstanding Student Reward, 2015
- PET Eng 3330: Well Logging
- PET Eng 3320: Reservoir Petrophysics
|2013 - 2015||M.S. in Engineering Management, Missouri University of Science and Technology|
|2011 - 2015||Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology|
|2004 - 2008||M.S. in Petroleum Engineering, Al Fateh University|
|1999 - 2004||B.S. in Petroleum Engineering, Sirt University|
Assistant Professor, Petroleum Engineering
Geosciences, Geological and Petroleum Engineering Dept
SPE Chapter Advisor
153 McNutt Hall, 1400 N. Bishop Ave.
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Rolla, Missouri, 65401-0810
Office phone: (573) 341 4669
Cell phone: (304) 906 1707
Research Works (24)
Ceramic Proppant Transport and Placement in Heterogeneous Fracture Systems
Proceedings of the SPE/AAPG/SEG Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (2017, Austin, TX) (2017)
Proppant transport modeling through fractures with slick water fluid systems assumes uniform and homogeneous fracture widths by implying constant fluid ...
Evaluation of Preformed Particle Gels Penetration into Matrix for a ...
Proceedings of the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (2016, Dubai, United Arab Emirates) (2016)
Preformed particle gels (PPGs) serve as a conformance control agent and have been used widely to control excess water production ...
Experimental and Simulation Study of Water Shutoff in Fractured Systems ...
Proceedings of the SPE Western Regional Meeting (2016, Anchorage, Alaska) (2016)
Conformance control has long been a compelling subject in improving waterflood oil recovery. By blocking the areas previously swept by ...
Preformed Particle Gels (PPG) Improve Oil Recovery in Mature Oil ...
Proceedings of the 78th EAGE Conference and Exhibition: Efficient Use of Technology - Unlocking Potential (2016, Vienna, Austria) (2016)
Long term water flooding induces high permeability channels, potentially increasing the water cut and increased water production becomes the most ...
Effect of Heterogeneity on Propagation, Placement, and Conformance Control of ...
Proceedings of the SPE Improved Oil Recovery Conference (2016, Tulsa, OK) (2016)
Preformed particle gels (PPG) have been successfully applied as a plugging agent to solve the conformance problem in fractured reservoirs. ...
Combining Conformance Treatment with Mobility Control Improves Oil Sweep Efficiency ...
Proceedings of the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference (2015, Moscow, Russia) (2015)
On water flooding process, water preferential flow through high permeability, fractures, and large channels; cause a large amount of recycling ...
Preformed Particle Gel Propagation through Super-K Permeability Sand and its ...
Proceedings of the SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (2015, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia) (2015)
Excess water production has long been considered a major problem leading to the life-shortening of oil and gas wells and ...
Development of a Mechanistic Numerical Simulator for Preformed Particle Gel ...
Proceedings of the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (2015, Houston, TX) (2015)
Water channeling is caused by reservoir heterogeneities that lead to the development of high-permeability streaks. A recent interest in microgel ...
Characterizations of Disproportionate Permeability Reduction of Particle Gels through Fractures
Proceedings of the SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition - Changing the Game: Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions (2014, Adelaide, Australia) (2014)
The primary objective of particle gel treatment is to significantly reduce water flow through high-permeability channels without damaging oil production ...
Hydrochloric Acid Applications to Improve Particle Gel Conformance Control Treatment
Proceedings of the 38th Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition - Africa's Energy Corridor: Opportunities for Oil and Gas Value Maximization Through Integration and Global Approach (2014, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria) (2014)
Millimeter-sized (10 μm~mm) particle gels have been used widely to control water flow through super-high-permeability zones and fracture zones in ...
Preformed Particle Gel-Enhanced Surfactant Imbibition for Improving Oil Recovery in ...
Proceedings of the SPE Heavy Oil Conference (2014, Calgary, Canada) (2014)
Oil recovery from naturally fractured carbonate reservoirs has always been a challenging task because of two inherent features, (1) Fracture ...
Preformed Particle Gel Extrusion through Open Conduits during Conformance Control ...
Proceedings of the 19th SPE Improved Oil Recovery Symposium (2014, Tusla, OK) (2014)
Millimeter-sized (10 um~mm) preformed particle gels (PPGs) have been used successfully as conformance control agents in more than 5,000 wells. ...