Mr Olatunde Mosobalaje
M.Sc (Petroleum Engineering); B.Tech (Chemical Engineering)
Classical Reservoir Engineering, Material Balance Equation, Solution-gas Drive Mechanism, Theories of Production Rate Decline Analysis, Reservoir Fluid-Formation Dynamic Interactions, Capillary Pressure and Relative Permeability Models and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Methods.
Reservoir Rock Properties, Reservoir Fluid Properties and Phase Behavior, Reservoir Engineering, Reservoir Simulation, Computer Applications in Petroleum Engineering and Engineering Mathematics.
Selected Publications (6)
Nigerian Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition, ICC, Abuja, 21 – 24 Feb. 2011.
38th SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition, Eko Hotel and Suites, VI, Lagos, 5 - 7, August, 2014
Summary of Profile
He holds a B.Tech degree (2005) in Chemical Engineering from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, and an M.Sc degree (2011) in Petroleum Engineering from African University of Science and Technology (AUST), Abuja. He has authored six (6) technical papers in international scientific journals and conferences. His current research interests are in: Classical Reservoir Engineering, Solution-gas Drive Mechanism, Theories of Production Rate Decline Analysis, Reservoir Fluid-Formation Dynamic Interactions, and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Methods. He served as the chairman of the “Catch Them Young” ad-hoc committee (2010 – 2011) of the SPE, AUST Student Chapter. He is currently enrolled in a PhD programme at Covenant University.