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Geologist , Petroleum engineer

Emmanuel Onu Egbogah, Canadian petroleum engineer, geologist. Achievements include research on effects of heterogeneous wettability on fluid flow and fluids distribution in porous media, mechanics of fluid flow in porous media, reservoir sensitivity and completion procedures in sandstone reservoirs and integrated reservoir management.

Background

Egbogah, Emmanuel Onu was born on September 14, 1942 in Nigeria.

Education

Master of Science in Applied Petroleum Geology, Friendship University, Moscow, 1969. Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering, University Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy in Petroleum Engineering, Imperial College, London, 1979.

Career

Consultant petroleum engineer oil and gas division Department Indian and Northern Affairs, Information and Liaison, ACND, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1973-1977. Consultant Porta-Test Manufacturing Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1975-1976. Associate consultant reservoir engineer Applied Geosci. and Technology Consultant Ltd., Calgary, 1979.

Technical services manager United Petro Laboratories Ltd., 1980-1981, manager reservoir engineering, 1981-1982. Vice president engineering, director research Applied Geosci. and Technology Consultant Ltd., 1981-1983. President EMEG Engineering Ltd., since 1981.

Petroleum engineering manager, enhanced oil recovery specialist Amerigo Technology Ltd., Calgary, Houston, 1983-1985. Enhance oil recovery advisor National Oil Corporation, Tripoli, 1985-1990. Technical advisor petroleum engineering department Petronas Carigali SDN BHD subsidiary Petroliam Nasional Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, since 1991.

Teaching and research assistant Sedimentary Geology Laboratories department geological science McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1970-1971, department mineral engineering University Alberta, Edmonton, 1973-1976. Lecturer in petroleum technical University Ibadan, Nigeria, 1971-1972, Pioneer Nigerian lecturer in petroleum engineering Institute Applied Science and Technology, 1974-1975, senior lecturer in petroleum and natural gas engineering, 1979-1980. Teaching assistant Petroleum Engineering Laboratory, Royal School Mines, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, 1978-1979.

Presenter in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on effects of heterogeneous wettability on fluid flow and fluids distribution in porous media, mechanics of fluid flow in porous media, reservoir sensitivity and completion procedures in sandstone reservoirs and integrated reservoir management.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles, reports to professional publications.

Membership

Judge Calgary Youth Science Fair, 1981-1985. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society Petroleum Engineers, Petroleum Society of Canada Institute mining and Metallurgy, Am Society Engineering Education, Canada Rock Mechanics Association, International Rock Mechanics Association, Association Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta.

Connections

Married Chirota Okoli. Children: Emy, Liza, Shirley.

spouse:
Chirota Okoli

child:
Shirley Egbogah

child:
Liza Egbogah

child:
Emy Egbogah