PETROLUEM ENGINEERING

100 Level

1st Semester
Course Code Unit
BIOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE I BIO 101/103
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I CHM 101
WORKSHOP PRACTICE I ENG 101
ENGINEERING DRAWING ENG 103
INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH FRN 101
USE OF ENGLISH I GST 101
PHYLOSOPHY I GST 103
INTRODUCTION TO IGBO GRAMMAR IGB 101
ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS I MTH 101
GENERAL PHYSICS I PHY 101
2nd Semester
Course Code Unit
BIOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE II BIO 102/104
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II CHM 102
WORKSHOP PRACTICE II ENG 102
ENGINEERING DRAWING II ENG 104
FRENCH LANGUAGE II FRN 102
USE OF ENGLISH II GST 102
SOCIAL SCIENCE I GST 108
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY GST 110
IGBO LANGUAGE II IGB 102
ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II MTH 102
GENERAL PHYSICS II PHY 102

200 Level

1st Semester
Course Code Unit
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I CSC 201
WORKSHOP PRACTICE III ENG 201
ENGINEERING DRAWING III ENG 203
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MATERIALS I ENG 207
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS ENG 209
ENGINEERING MECHANICS ENG 213
ENGINEERS IN SOCIETY ENG 217
SOCIAL SCIENCE II GST 201
ELEMENTARY DIFFRENTIAL EQUATIONS I MTH 203
STATISTICS MTH 211
2nd Semester
Course Code Unit
WORKSHOP PRACTICE IV ENG 206
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MATERIALS II ENG 208
ENGINEERING ECONOMY ENG 212
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATION ENG 214
ENGINEERING MECHANICS II ENG 224
BIO MATERIALS-2 ENG 226
MATHEMATICAL METHODS II MTH 202
SECOND YEAR LONG VACATION SIWES SIW 200

300 Level

1st Semester
Course Code Unit
INDUSTRIAL STUDIES I ENG 301
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I ENG 305
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I ENG 307
FLUID MECHANICS ENG 309
PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING SURVEY ENG 315
ENGINEERING WRITING AND PRESENTATION ENG 317
ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDIES I ENS 301
2nd Semester
Course Code Unit
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II ENG 308
INDUSTRIAL STUDIES II ENG 314
LONG VACATION SIWES SIWES

400 Level

1st Semester
2nd Semester

500 Level

1st Semester
2nd Semester

Prof. Obah Boniface

Professor

Contact Information
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Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • Dipl. Ing. (M.Sc), 1979 Technical University, Clausthal, W. Germany
  • Dr. Ing. (PhD), 1982 Technical University, Clausthal, W. Germany.

Honours

  • Federal Government of Nigeria Scholarship 1974 – 1977
  • German Scholarship for specially gifted students 1978 – 1982 (Konrad Adenauer Stiftung).
  • Fellow Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany.
  • Member National Universities Commission Accreditation Panel to Faculty of Engineering, Bendel State University, Ekpoma, Nigeria.
  • External Examiner, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria – Undergraduate/Graduate Exams, University of Uyo, Institute of Petroleum Studies, Uniport,Abubakar Tafawa Belewa University Bauchi
  • Federal University Of Technology, Owerri Silver Jubilee Awards For Attracting Research Grants And Linkage Programs to The University (2007).
  • Since 1st October 2007, Shell Professors of Petroleum Engineering.

Publications

  • Neumann, H. J., Pacynsk – Lahme, B., Obah, B.: Basis of the Mechanism for the Mobilization of Residual Oil in Surfactant Flooding. “Erodöl, Erdgas Zeitschrift” – The Oil and Gas Monthly 98, 3/82, 96 – 99.
  • Obah, B., Neumann, H. J.: The Formation of Microemulsion in the System Oil/Highsaline Formation Water/Surfactant Co Surfactant. “Tenside Detergents” 20 (1983)3, 145 – 152.
  • Obah, B.: Problems arising from the chemical Demulsification of Crude Oil emulsion in a Niger Delta Oil Terminal – Nigeria. “Erodöl & Kohle Erdgas petrochemie” Hydrocharbon Technology, 41 February 1988, 486 – 489.
  • Obah, B., Neumann, H. J.: Deasphalting of Crude Oil Distillation Residues with Carbon dioxide. “Erodöl & Kohle Erdgas Petrochemie” Hydrocarbon Technology, 40, November 1987, 486 – 489.
  • Obah, B.: Over Pressure – A Drilling Hazard in the Niger Delta. “Erodöl & Kohle Erdgas Petrochemie” Hydrocarbon Technology, 42, September 1988, 339 – 343.
  • Obah, B.: Reserves Estimation and Producibility Scenarios of naturally Repressured Reservoirs: Proceeding of 15th Annual Internal Conference of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. (1991, 49 – 55)
  • The importance of microemulsion for the enhanced oil recovery. “24th Bayreuther Kolloid Kolloquium”, W. Germany 17th October, 1980. (Referred).
  • Obah, B.: Adulteration of Gasoline Kerosine: Sources and Implications (62 – 81) Proceedings General Relations – Symposium for NNPC: Pipelines and product Marketing Co. Ltd.
  • Obah, B.: Fundamentals of Drilling Fluids. Paper presented to the Polymer Institute of Nigeria Airport Hotel, Omagwa, Port Harcourt, 22nd June, 1992
  • Obah, B.; Oil Pollution in Perspective (in press readings in Environmental Perception.
  • Chukwu O., Obah B; Relative Permeability Model by Thin Film Flow in Cylindrical Capillary Tube, (SPENC 9726), Society of petroleum Engineers annual International Conference Port Harcourt Nigeria, 1997.
  • Chukwu, O., Obah, B.: Magnitude of Capillary Pressure of Thin Flow in Cylindrical Capillary Tube, (SPENG 9726), Society of petroleum Engineers Annual International conference Port Harcourt Nigeria, 1997.
  • Obah, B.: Preventing Premature Pulling Out of Bit, Erdol Erdgas Kohle (Hydrocarbon Technology) april, 1997 pp 168 – 171.
  • Chukwu, O.; Obah, B.: Improved Soil Fertility with Spent Drilling Waste a Form of Environmental Pollution Control in the Niger Delta CEENACON-99 Imo State University, Nigeria.
  • Obah, B.; Ghofrani R.; El-moghawry E. M.; “Repermeabilitat Geschadigter Bohrkerne Durch Microemulsionsbildung Bei Sauurebehandlung” restoring Permeability of Demaged Gores Through the Formation of Microemulsion During Acid Treatment. (Tenside,. Surfactants Detergents). 35 (1998) 5 pp 346 – 35.
  • Chukwu, O.; Obah, B.: “Condensate Injection Soak as an enhanced Oil recovery Technique in the Niger: Erdol Erdgas Kohle (Hydrocarbon Technology) January 1999 pp 27 – 29.
  • Chukwu, O.; Obah, B. “Three Phase relative Permeability Correlation at Low Liquid Concentrations; SPE International Annual Conference August 4 – 7 1998
  • Chukwu, O.; Obah, B.: Influence of Wettability on the capillary Behaviour of Residual Oil in the Porous media. Nigerian Journal of Science and Technology, 6(1) 1537 – 1545 1999.
  • Editorial Board Member, Nigerian Journal of Petroleum and Energy.
  • Obah, B.: “Phasenverhalten von nigerianischen Erdolen/Wasser durch Zusatz von Tenside und Cotenside” Phase Behaviour of Nigerian Oils/Waters by the Addition of Surfactant and Cosurfactant. Erdol und Erdgas Kohel; February, 2001 pp 81 – 88.
  • Obah, B.; Chukwu, O.: A Generalised Approach to Coning problems; OIL GAS European Magazine; September, 2000 pp 26 – 29.
  • O. Chukwu.; B. Obah: Three Phase Relative Permeability Correlation at Very Low Oil Saturation; OIL GAS European Magazine; March, 2002 pp. 23 – 25
  • Onwukwe, S.I and Obah, B. (2004) “Natural Gas Utilization – A feasibility for Local distribution in Nigeria.” Journal of Research in National Development, Vol 2 No.2 pp 1-4.
  • Duru, U.I., Chukwu, G.A. and Obah, B. “Hydraulic Evaluation of Drilling Fluid Performance on Hole Cleaning for Different Rheological Models”. SPE 98792 paper presented at 29th Annual SPE International Technical Conference and Exhibition – 2005.
  • Izuwa N.C., Onwukwe S.I., Obah B. “Prospects of National Gas Hydrate Technology in Nigeria Gas Management” Journal of Research in Engineering” Accepted for Publication 2006.

Working Experience

  • Petroleum engineering courses.
  • One year as a research Fellow in Petroleum Research Institute, W. Germany, 1982.
  • Two years industrial experience, as a Petroleum Engineer in Mobil Producing Nigeria Ltd.; 1982 – 1984.
  • Lecturer 1, 1984-1988.
  • Senior Lecturer in the Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department, Federal University of technology, Owerri.1988-1993
  • Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, 1993.
  • Ag Programme co-ordinator, Petroleum Engineering Programme 1985 – 1988.
  • Chairman University’s Strategic Planning Committee, School of Engineering and Engineering Technology. July,1992-February,1996
  • Professor of Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri 2000- till date

Dr. M Nwakaudu S

Senior Lecturer

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • First School Living Certificate, 1971, Emmanuel Central School, Mgbidi, Oru West LGA, Imo State, Nigeria
  • West African School Certificate, 1976, Lagos City College, Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria
  • B.Sc., 1982,Chemical Engineering, University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria
  • M.Sc., 1993,Polymer Science & Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • Ph.D., 2008, Polymer Science & Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • Certificate in Computer Literacy
  • Certificate in General Health, Safety and Environment

Membership of professional bodies

NSE

COREN

NSChE

Publications

  • Nwammuo O.P and Nwakaudu M.S, “Kerr Electro-optic Technique As A Tool for Particle Characteristic Adsorption Measurement”, NSChE Journal 2003
  • Ogbonna I.A, Nwakaudu M.S and Onyemobi O.O,”Strtegic Mineral Deposits in Nigeria – The Neglected Case of Niobotantalates”, Proceeding of the 16th annual Conference of Nigerian Metallurgical Society, 3rd – 5th Nov. 1999
  • Osueke G.E and Nwakaudu, M.S.”Emerging Technologies to Minimize Adverse Organizational Impact on Total Environment”, Journal of Women Academics, vol 1 no2, 2006, pp163-167
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Nworgu F and Olebunne F. “Developing Good Formulation for Medium Oil Alkyd Resin Using Soybean Oil”, NSE Technical Transactions Jan- March, 2007, vol 42 no 1
  • Nwakaudu M.S. ”Utilization of Waste Polymeric packaging Materials (WPPM) found in Nigeria”, The Heartland Engineer, vol 1, no1, 2007, pp 22-26
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Olebunne F.L and Nwakaudu A.a “drying characteristics of coconut pith and silica gel dessicantsat varying temperatures”, The Heartland Engineer, vol1, no2 2007, pp53-58
  • MBAOCHA C.C and Nwakaudu M.S. “Renewable Energy Sources- the Best Alternative for Developing Countries”, The heartland Engineer vol1, no2,2007 pp59-63
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Mbaocha C.C. and Nwakaudu A.A.” Waste to Energy Generation – A Viable Alternative for National Energy Policy”, Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of NSChE November, 2007
  • Nwakaudu A.A, Olawuni I.A and Nwakaudu M.S “Performance Profiles of Selected Coagulants Used in Water Treatment” Proceedings of 31st Annual Conference of Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology, Oct.22-25, 2007 pp20-21
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Nweke C and Nwakaudu A.A.”Comparative Study of Moisture Adsorption Capacities of Coconut pith, Silica gel and their Composites”, NSE Technical Transaction, July–Sept.2008, vol.43, no.3
  • Nwakaudu M.S , Osoka E.C. and Nwakaudu A.A “ Effect of Talc on Mechanical Properties of Low Density Polyethylene” The Heartland Engineer, vol3, no1, 2008
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Osoka E.C and Nwakaudu A.A “Thin Layer Models for Cassava Particulate Drying”, NSE Technical Transactions, Oct.- Dec.2009, vol 44, no4
  • Uzoije A.P, Egwuonwu C.C and Nwakaudu M.S.” Determination of roughness coefficients of periwinkle and palm kernel shell on a clay Loam Soil in Arochukwu, South Eastern Nigeria”, NSE Technical Transactions, Oct.- Dec. 2009 vol.44, no4
  • Madufor I.C and Nwakaudu M.S., ”Effect of Filler Blend Composition on the Mechanical Properties of HDPE/cassava/wood Flour Composites” NSE Transactions, April- June 2010, vol45, no2
  • Igbokwe P.K., Olebunne F.L and Nwakaudu, M.S., ”Effect of Activation Parameters on Conversion of Clay-catalyzed Esterification of Acetic Acid”. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan, Vol. 11, issue5 (ISSN: 2077- 1185)

Working Experience

  • Chemical Engineering Courses
  • Basic Engineering Courses
  • Polymer/Petrochemical Engineering course
  • Industrial Attachee, BEREC Nigeria Limited, Isolo, Lagos, Nigeria, 1981
  • National Youth Service in Oron, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 1982 – 1983
  • Manager Technical Services, Basic Trust Nigeria Limited, Aba, Abia State, Nigeria, 1987 -1989
  • Teaching and Research. Department of Chemical Engineering/Metallurgy, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, Imo State Nigeria, 1984 -1993
  • Teaching and Research, Department of Chemical/ Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State Nigeria, 1993 to date
  • Secretary, NSChE Imo/Abia Chapter, 1988 -2004
  • Chairman, NSChE, Imo/Abia Chapter, 2005 to date
  • National Council Member, NSChE, 2005 to date
  • Secretary, NSE Owerri Branch, 2001 to 2007
  • Vice Chairman, NSE Owerri Branch, 2007 – 2009
  • COREN Inspector for Engineering Regulation and Monitoring (ERM), for Imo State, 2008 to date
  • Examiner, NSE Professional Examination/Interview, 2006 to date
  • Member, NSE Membership Committee, 2006 to 2008
  • Member, NSE Technical & Publication Committee, 2006 to date
  • Member, NSE Prevention, Investigation and Failure Analysis Committee (PIFAC) 2009 to date

Dr. Nwakaudu M S

Senior Lecturer

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • First School Living Certificate, 1971, Emmanuel Central School, Mgbidi, Oru West LGA, Imo State, Nigeria
  • West African School Certificate, 1976, Lagos City College, Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria
  • B.Sc., 1982,Chemical Engineering, University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria
  • M.Sc., 1993,Polymer Science & Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • Ph.D., 2008, Polymer Science & Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • Certificate in Computer Literacy
  • Certificate in General Health, Safety and Environment

Membership of professional bodies

NSE

COREN

NSChE

Publications

  • Nwammuo O.P and Nwakaudu M.S, “Kerr Electro-optic Technique As A Tool for Particle Characteristic Adsorption Measurement”, NSChE Journal 2003
  • Ogbonna I.A, Nwakaudu M.S and Onyemobi O.O,”Strtegic Mineral Deposits in Nigeria – The Neglected Case of Niobotantalates”, Proceeding of the 16th annual Conference of Nigerian Metallurgical Society, 3rd – 5th Nov. 1999
  • Osueke G.E and Nwakaudu, M.S.”Emerging Technologies to Minimize Adverse Organizational Impact on Total Environment”, Journal of Women Academics, vol 1 no2, 2006, pp163-167
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Nworgu F and Olebunne F. “Developing Good Formulation for Medium Oil Alkyd Resin Using Soybean Oil”, NSE Technical Transactions Jan- March, 2007, vol 42 no 1
  • Nwakaudu M.S. ”Utilization of Waste Polymeric packaging Materials (WPPM) found in Nigeria”, The Heartland Engineer, vol 1, no1, 2007, pp 22-26
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Olebunne F.L and Nwakaudu A.a “drying characteristics of coconut pith and silica gel dessicantsat varying temperatures”, The Heartland Engineer, vol1, no2 2007, pp53-58
  • MBAOCHA C.C and Nwakaudu M.S. “Renewable Energy Sources- the Best Alternative for Developing Countries”, The heartland Engineer vol1, no2,2007 pp59-63
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Mbaocha C.C. and Nwakaudu A.A.” Waste to Energy Generation – A Viable Alternative for National Energy Policy”, Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of NSChE November, 2007
  • Nwakaudu A.A, Olawuni I.A and Nwakaudu M.S “Performance Profiles of Selected Coagulants Used in Water Treatment” Proceedings of 31st Annual Conference of Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology, Oct.22-25, 2007 pp20-21
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Nweke C and Nwakaudu A.A.”Comparative Study of Moisture Adsorption Capacities of Coconut pith, Silica gel and their Composites”, NSE Technical Transaction, July–Sept.2008, vol.43, no.3
  • Nwakaudu M.S , Osoka E.C. and Nwakaudu A.A “ Effect of Talc on Mechanical Properties of Low Density Polyethylene” The Heartland Engineer, vol3, no1, 2008
  • Nwakaudu M.S, Osoka E.C and Nwakaudu A.A “Thin Layer Models for Cassava Particulate Drying”, NSE Technical Transactions, Oct.- Dec.2009, vol 44, no4
  • Uzoije A.P, Egwuonwu C.C and Nwakaudu M.S.” Determination of roughness coefficients of periwinkle and palm kernel shell on a clay Loam Soil in Arochukwu, South Eastern Nigeria”, NSE Technical Transactions, Oct.- Dec. 2009 vol.44, no4
  • Madufor I.C and Nwakaudu M.S., ”Effect of Filler Blend Composition on the Mechanical Properties of HDPE/cassava/wood Flour Composites” NSE Transactions, April- June 2010, vol45, no2
  • Igbokwe P.K., Olebunne F.L and Nwakaudu, M.S., ”Effect of Activation Parameters on Conversion of Clay-catalyzed Esterification of Acetic Acid”. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan, Vol. 11, issue5 (ISSN: 2077- 1185)

Working Experience

  • Chemical Engineering Courses
  • Basic Engineering Courses
  • Polymer/Petrochemical Engineering course
  • Industrial Attachee, BEREC Nigeria Limited, Isolo, Lagos, Nigeria, 1981
  • National Youth Service in Oron, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 1982 – 1983
  • Manager Technical Services, Basic Trust Nigeria Limited, Aba, Abia State, Nigeria, 1987 -1989
  • Teaching and Research. Department of Chemical Engineering/Metallurgy, Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, Imo State Nigeria, 1984 -1993
  • Teaching and Research, Department of Chemical/ Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State Nigeria, 1993 to date
  • Secretary, NSChE Imo/Abia Chapter, 1988 -2004
  • Chairman, NSChE, Imo/Abia Chapter, 2005 to date
  • National Council Member, NSChE, 2005 to date
  • Secretary, NSE Owerri Branch, 2001 to 2007
  • Vice Chairman, NSE Owerri Branch, 2007 – 2009
  • COREN Inspector for Engineering Regulation and Monitoring (ERM), for Imo State, 2008 to date
  • Examiner, NSE Professional Examination/Interview, 2006 to date
  • Member, NSE Membership Committee, 2006 to 2008
  • Member, NSE Technical & Publication Committee, 2006 to date
  • Member, NSE Prevention, Investigation and Failure Analysis Committee (PIFAC) 2009 to date

Engr. Anyadiegwu Charley Iyke C

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B.Eng. 1995, Petroleum Engineering, University of Port-Harcourt
  • M.Eng 1999, Gas Engineering, University of Port-Harcourt
  • Ph.D. expected, Gas Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Council for Registered Engineers of Nigeria
  • Member, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Nigeria Chapter

Publications

  • Anyadiegwu C.I.C (2004): “Examining the prospects of National Gas Liquids (NGL) recovery from Nigeria Flare Stream”, International Research Journal and in Engineering, Science and Technology.
  • Anyadiegwu C.I.C (2004): “Environmental Impact of Oil Field Chemicals” Inter-word journal of Science and Technology.
  • Anyadiegwu C.I.C. (2004): “An Evaluation of Products Recovery from Gas Processing Technology”, Inter-word Journal of Science and Technology.
  • Anyadiegwu C.I.C (2005): “Utilization of Natural Gas in Glass Technology, International Research Journal in Engineering, Science and Technology.

Working Experience

  • Consultant: Sasog Oil and Gas Consult, Port-Harcourt (2001 till date)
  • Consultant: Sigma Oil and Gas Consult, Port-Harcourt (1999 till date)
  • Postgraduate Researcher: Sell Petroleum Dev. Co. of Nig. Ltd. Port-Harcourt (Jan-Dec. 1998)
  • Operations Engr.: Emex Systems Intl. Ltd., Port-Harcourt (Feb. 1997-Jan. 1998)
  • Trainee Petrochemical Engineering: Ashland Oil (Nigeria) Co., Port-Harcourt (Dec.1995- Oct. 1996)
  • Petroleum Engineering

Mr. Chikwe Anthony O

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • Msc., 1986, Engineering, Moscow Institute of Oil and Gas, Moscow.
  • Ph.D. in view.

Honours

  • Recipient of Federal Government Scholarship on Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies in Moscow, 1980-1986
  • Recipient of Education Trust Fund (ETF) Award on Ph.D Research Thesis, 2008.
  • Recipient of Petroleum Technology Development (PTDF) Award on University Lecturers Skills Enhancement Training Programme (ULSETP) at Newcastle University, UK, 2010.

Publications

  • Course Design to Improve Teaching and Learning in Tertiary Institutions
  • Research Proposal to Enhance the Quality of Teaching and Learning in Tertiary Institutions
  • Reflective Analysis and professional Development in Teaching and Learning.
  • Economic Evaluation Gas to Liquid Plant (GTL) using Escravos Gas to Liquid Plant, (EGLP) Nigeria as a case study.

Working Experience

  • Reservoir and Production Engineering
  • University lecturers Skills Enhancement Training Programme at Newcastle University in UK, 2010.

Engr. Chinedu Izuwa Nkemakolam

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B. ENG., 1996, Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
  • M. ENG., 2004, Natural Gas Engineering, University of Port Harcourt.

Publications

  • Onwekwe S.I., Izuwa N.C., and Obah B.; Drilling waste generation and management strategy in the oil industry; 34TH Conference and exhibition of Nigerian society of chemical engineer’, Port Harcourt Rivers state.2005
  • Obidiegwu M U., Izuwa N. C.: Quantitative analysis of Polymer in drilling mud. Nigeria journal of polymer, science and technology Vol. 6, no. 1 October 2007.

Dr. Ekejiuba Berthram Azunna Ikechukwu

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B.Sc, 1987, Petroleum Engineering, University of Ibadan
  • M. Egnr,1990, Petroleum/Natural Gas Engineering, University of Port Harcourt
  • PhD, 2002, Petroleum/Natural Gas Engineering, University of Port Harcourt

Honours

  • Nigerian Bible Society Award (1993)
  • Patron National Association of Imo State students (NAISS) Nigeria (1993)
  • Patron Nigerian Universities Engineering Students Association (NUESA FUTO chapter)
  • Pillar of Nation – Building Award from the Institute of Human and Natural Resources Abuja on Saturday 5th November (2005)
  • The Rotaract Club Award of Excellence (Rotaract district 9140 Owerri) on Saturday 29th July 2006.
  • Distinguished Educational Leadership award (2007) by the Institute of Industrial Administration of Nigeria, on Saturday 15th December 2007.
  • Professional Excellence International Award (2008) by the Institute of Global resource management of Nigeria, Abuja, on Saturday 16th August 2008.

Membership of professional bodies

  • Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
  • Corporate member of the Nigeria Society of Engineering (NSE)
  • Member Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN).
  • Member Nigerian Gas Association (NGA)
  • Member Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPE).
  • Member National Aeronautics Research Association (NARA)
  • Member Owerri club (No. OWC 856) since August 2001

Publications

  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. (2000). Production of LNG and LPG form the Nigeria Flare Gas Stream Journal of Sci. Engr. And Technology, Vol. 7 No. 4 PP 2804-2811.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. (2001). Processing the Flare Gas Stream to Stop Gas Flaring in Nigeria. Inter-World Journal of Sci. and Technology. Vol 1 No. 1, pp 82 – 95.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. (2001). Establishing the Quantitative Phase Behaviour of eth Nigerian Flare Gas Stream. Inter-World Journal of Sci. and Technology. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 63 – 78.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. and Ikoku, C. U. (2001). Introducing a New Concept in Horizontal Well Cementing. Inter-world Journal of Sci. and Technology. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 79 – 93.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. and Ikoku, C. U. (2001). Viability of Producing LPG and LNG from the Nigerian Flare Gas Stream. Inter-world Journal of Sci. and Technology. Vol. 2. No. 1, pp 1 – 32.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. (2001). Using Contour Integral Analytical Solution to Monitor Fluid-Fluid Interface in Well Tests. Inter-World Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 2, No. 1.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. (1995). Transfer of Technology – Implication for Development in Oil and Gas Rich Nigeria. JETS Maiden Magazine.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. (2004). Fully Eccentric casing Pipes with External Blades: Designed for Horizontal Well Cementing. International Research Journal in Engineering, Science & Technology (IREJEST) Vol.
  • Ekejiuba, A. I. B. (2008) Textbook - chapter contribution (chapters 24, 25, and 26) of “An Introduction to Engineering”. Printed in Nigeria, by De-Adroit Innovation, Enugu.
  • Ekejiuba, A.I.B. (2010) Textbook – Guide to Petroleum Engineering career, Submitted for publication.
  • Ekejiuba, A.I.B. (2010) Textbook – The Fundamental Energy for mankind. Ready for publication.
  • Ekejiuba, A.I.B. (2010) Textbook – Petroleum and Gas Engineering General Overview. Almost completed.

Engr. Kerunwa Anthony

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B. Eng., 2002, Petroleum Engineering, FUTO
  • M.Eng, 2009 Petroleum Engineering FUTO

Membership of professional bodies

  • Graduate member, society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) international,
  • Registered with the council for the regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN)

Working Experience

 

  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Professional Experience

Engr. Nnaemaka Ohia

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B. Eng., 1995, Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO).
  • M. Eng., 2001, Petroleum Engineering, University of Port Harcourt Rivers state (Uniport).
  • PhD., Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO).In view

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
  • Member, Council for Regulation of Engineers in Nigeria (COREN).
  • Member Nigerian society of Engineers (NSE).

Publications

  • Ohia, N.P. et al (2007): HWU: An Alternative Approach to Well Repairs/Re-completion in Offshore West Africa – A Case Study With Ghana Saltpond Wells – SPE Nigeria International Conference & Exhibition (NAICE), Abuja.
  • Ohia, N.P. et al (2006): A Review of Hydraulic Workover Operations in Nigeria – SPE Nigeria International Conference & Exhibition (NAICE), Abuja.
  • Ohia, N.P. et al (2006): HWU Application in Downhole Milling Operations in Niger Delta. – SPE Nigeria International Conference & Exhibition (NAICE), Abuja.
  • Ohia, N.P. (2001): A Probabilistic Approach to Reserves Estimation and Classification Techniques – University of Port Harcourt
  • Ohia, N.P. (2000): Core Flooding Practices: A Laboratory Experience – University of Port Harcourt
  • Ohia, N.P. (1999): Convolution and De-convolution Analysis in Well Testing – University of Port Harcourt
  • Ohia, N.P. (1995): Shallow Kicks and Diverter Operations Techniques in Nigeria – Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • Ohia, N.P. (1995): Evaluation of Effective Well Control Techniques During Drilling Operations in The Niger Delta – Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Working Experience

  • each courses in Process Technology, Reservoir Engineering, Formation Evaluation, Production Engineering and computer application to Petroleum Engineering.
  • Supervise and assess senior year undergraduate projects every session (an average of 10 each session).
  • Provided instructions in the use of software including Mat lab, Excel, Visual Basic and FORTRAN.
  • Assisted professors in petroleum and chemical engineering in local course organization and facilitation.
  • Advising/Mentoring of undergraduate and post graduate students in academic and career matters.
  • Undergraduate course work assessment and grading.
  • Innovative research work on optimization of artificial lift techniques in marginal fields

Engr. Nwachukwu Angela Nkechi

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B.ENG, 1996, Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • M.ENG, 2009, Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • Ph.D, (in view 2009-date), Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) 2009
  • Member, Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE) 2008
  • Member, Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria(APWEN) 2007
  • Member, Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) 1995

Publications

Omeke James E, Nwachukwu A, Awo, R.O and Obah, B “ A new Approach to Aquifer Influx Calculations for Finite Aquifer System” paper presented at the 35th Annual SPE International Technical Conference and Exhibition, Abuja 2011

Working Experience

Petroleum Engineering


Engr. Nwogu Ngozi Claribelle

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • First School Leaving Certificate, 1984 Town school Amumara, Ezinihitte, Imo State, Nigeria.
  • West African School Certificate/General Certificate of Education O’Level,1989 Nguru Secondary School, Ezinihtte, Imo State
  • Bachelor of Engineering-Petroleum Engineering, 1997, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State
  • Master of Engineering-Petroleum Engineering, 2011,Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State
  • Ph.D, Petroleum Engineering Commenced Process

Publications

  • Nwogu, N.C (2011):
    -Comparative Analysis of Rheological Models for Effective Hole Cleaning (M.Eng. Thesis).
  • Osueke, G.O., Nwogu N.C (2009): 
    -Impact of Petroleum Products supply instability on Labour Productivity in Nigeria. Lesssons to African Countries in Achieving the MDGs.
    -Official Journal of the Nigeria Society of Engineer. The Heart lend Engineer.
  • Osueke,G.O, Ojinere,E.U and Nwogu,N.C (2011):
    -The Impact of Gas Flare Down in a Developing Economy: The Nigerian Experience.

Working Experience

  • Trainee Operator, Port Harcourt Refinery, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria,1994
  • Wire line Tool Pressure Testing Operator & Safety Officer. Baker Nigeria limited, Port Harcourt,1995
  • Safety Coordinator & Mud Logging Engineer, Interdrill (Nig) limited, Port Harcourt,1996
  • Laboratory Technologist, Petroleum Engineering Laboratory, Federal University Of Technology Owerri,2005
  • Teaching and Research, Lecturer 11 Department of Petroleum Engineering, 2011 to Date.
  • Editor-in-chief, Publication of Maiden Edition, Official magazine of Association of Professional Women Engineers, Owerri Branch
  • Technical Secretary, Association of Professional Women Engineers, Owerri Branch.
  • Member, Technical and Publications Committee of N.S.E National Headquarters ,Lagos
  • Publicity Secretary, N.S.E Owerri Branch,Imo State
  • Secretary, 2011 Induction and Award Committee, N.S.E Owerri Branch.
  • Coordinator, Career Talk in Engineering Profession.
  • Coordinator. Excursion and Industrial visits for Engineers and Engineering Students.
  • Assistant Coordinator COREN Matters, FUTO

Mr. Nzeribe Bernard (Bobby)

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • MSc, 1986, Chemical Engineering (Oil and Gas Processing), Higher Inst. For Chemical Technology, Bulgaria
  • PhD, 2011, (in view) Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Publications

  • Nzeribe, B (2000): Failures in Engineering Structures - Causes and Control in the Chemical Engineering System. Published in the Yola 2000 Seminarof the Nigerian Society of Engineers on the identification and Control of Failures in Engineering Structures.
  • Sunil, K and Nzeribe, B (1999): The Works Manager’s Guidelines for Effective Control. Management manual of the KewalramChanrai Group
  • ? Nzeribe, B (1998): Causes and Control of Hexane Loss in the Solvent Extraction Plant. Manual for troubleshooting hexane consumption for Solvent Extraction Plant operators. (Afcott and Sunseed, KewalramChanrai Group.

Working Experience

  • Petroleum Drilling
  • Petroleum Processing Technology
  • Driller - Petroleum drilling operations – Transworld Rig 59, Oklahoma, USA
  • Senior Supervisor –Petroleum Refining – Nigerian Petroleum Refining Company, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
  • Technical Manager – Manufacture of Alkyd and PVA resins for surface coatings – Resin paints Industry Limited, Aboh-Mbaise, nigeria
  • Works Manager – Edible vegetable oil processing – Afcott Nigeria PLC, Lagos Nigeria

Engr. Ugochukwu Duru I

Lecturer II

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • 1978 -1984: Central School Akatta, Oru-East Imo State First School Leaving Certificate
  • 1984 -1990: Akatta Secondary School, Akatta, Oru-East Imo State Senior Secondary School Certificate.
  • 1994 -1999: Federal University of Technology, Owerri Imo State B. Eng. (Hons.) Petroleum Engineering Second Class Honors
  • 2002 - 2004: Federal University of Technology, Owerri Imo State M. Eng. (Petroleum Engineering)
  • 2010 – Date: African University of Science & Technology, Abuja Ph. D (Petroleum Engineering) In View

Publications

  • Duru, U.I; Chukwu, G.A. and Obah, B.: “Hydraulic Evaluation of Drilling Fluid Performance on Hole Cleaning for Different Rheological Models”; paper SPE 98792 presented at 29th Annual SPE International Technical Conference and Exhibition in Abuja, Nigeria, August 1 – 3, 2005.
  • Arubi, I.M.T. and Duru, U.I. “Optimizing Glycol Dehydration System for Maximum Efficiency; A case Study of a Gas Plant in Niger Delta Nigeria”; paper SPE 113781 presented at CIPC/SPE Gas Technology Symposium 2008 Joint Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 17-19, 2008.
  • Ossai, C.I.; Duru, U.I.; Ossai, I.A. and Arubi, I.M.T.: “Industrial Operations and Water Quality: A case study of UTU River Pollution by Oil Production Activities”; paper SPE 122497 presented at SPE Latin American and Caribean Petroleum Engineering Conference (LACPEC 2009), Cartagena, Colombia, May 31 – June 3, 2009.
  • U.I. Duru, I.A. Ossai, C.I. Ossai and I.M.T. Arubi: “The After Effect of Crude Oil Spillage on Some Associated Heavy Metals in the Soil”, paper IPTC 13415 presented at the International Petroleum Technology Conference, IPTC, Doha, Qatar, 7-9 December 2009.
  • Ossai, C.I., Duru, U.I., Ossai, I.A., Arubi, I.M.T.: “An Appraisal of Soil Pollution in Oil & Gas Production Environment: A Case Study of Heavy Metals Concenration in Ebocha and Akri Oil Fields”, paper SPE 130475 accepted for presentation at the CPS/SPE International Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition in China, Beijing, China 8-10 June, 2010.

Engr. Onwukwe Mbah Emmanuel

Graduate Assistant

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B. Eng., 2007, Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO).
  • M. Eng., Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO).In view.

Engr. Ubanozie Julian Obibuike

Graduate Assistant

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • M.Eng, 2011, Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology
  • B.Eng, 2005, Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology

Honours

  • O.U.J Ogwo Medal, Ministry of Petroleum, Nigeria for excellence in Supervision and Consulting Services
  • Gas Harnessing and Distribution Award, 2010

Publications

  • J.U, Obibuike, ”Modelling of Domestic Gas Supply Obligation” presented at stakeholders meeting of Department of Petroleum Resources Nigeria, January 2011.
  • J.U, Obibuike, ”Development of Gas Aggregation and Allocation in the Domestic Sector of the Economy” productive works exhibition for FUTO Consults, 2010.
  • J.U, Obibuike, ”Strategic Measures for Gas Flaredown Management” Presented at stakeholders meeting of Ministry of Petroleum Resources Nigeria, 2009.
  • J.U, Obibuike and B, Obah, ”Analytical Model for the Optimization of Oil Recovery from SPDC Thin Oil Rim” presented on Shell Chairs exhibition, 2009.
  • J.U, Obibuike and B, Obah, ”Oguta Modular Gas Plant Design (Tapping Feed from SPDC Flow Station for Power Generation)” presented on exhibition of SNECOU & Co Ltd, 2009.
  • J.U, Obibuike and B, Obah, ”The need for Gas Royalty Reconciliation” presented at stakeholders meeting of Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria, 2009.