As the oil and gas industry are shifting and implementing innovative ways to produce oil and gas in an environmentally friendly way, this resource is an ideal complement to their work. a timely product for today's market. The first volume in the series,
- Covers developments, workflows and protocols in advanced materials for today's oil and gas sectors- Helps readers gain insights from an experienced list of editors and contributors from both academia and corporate backgrounds- Address environmental challenges in oil and gas through technological solutions in nanotechnology
1. Importance and Emergence of Advanced Materials and Sensors for Energy Applications 2. A Biophilic Material in Petroleum Exploration and Production: Iodine 3. Advanced Materials and Sensors in Well Logging, Completions and Drilling Operations 4. Nanoparticles in Enhanced Oil Recovery Processes 5. Intelligent Materials in Unconventional Oil and Gas Recovery 6. State-of-the-Art Materials in Petroleum Facilities and Pipelines
Cenk Temizel is a Sr. Reservoir Engineer with Saudi Aramco. He has around 15 years of experience in the industry working on reservoir simulation, smart fields, heavy oil, optimization, geomechanics, integrated asset modeling, unconventionals, EOR in the Middle East, the US and the UK. He was a teaching/research assistant at the University of Southern California and Stanford University before joining the industry. He serves as a technical reviewer for petroleum engineering journals. His interests include reaction kinetics/dynamics of fluid flow in porous media and enhanced oil recovery processes. He served as a session chair and member of organizing committees for several SPE conferences. He has around 100 publications and patents. He holds a BS degree (Honors) from Middle East Technical University - Ankara (2003) and an MS degree (2005) from University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA both in petroleum engineering.
Sari, Mufrettin Murat
Mufrettin Murat Sari is a Chemistry Professor at the Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University, Commerce, Texas, USA, and Life and Health Science Department, University of North Texas at Dallas. He has 20 years of experience in the fields of Materials Chemistry, Applied Biochemistry, and Nanotechnology. His research interests are micro/nanomaterials, nanofluids, nanopharmaceuticals, modified surfaces, and their biotechnological, engineering, and environmental applications. Previously, as main academic appointments, he was a teaching assistant at Hacettepe University, researcher at Criminal Department Research Center, Ankara, Turkey, professor at Military Academy, and visiting professor at Texas A&M University, College Station. He received a Ph.D. degree from Hacettepe University in 2005. He has around 40 scientific articles/proceedings, and other publications with hundreds of citations. Also, he joined Interfacial Phenomena in Nanotechnology and Biotechnology, IPNB, Research Group at Texas A&M University for postdoctoral study in 2015 and studied Design of 2-Dimensional Next Generation Thermal Interface Nanomaterials.
Canbaz, Celal Hakan
Celal Hakan Canbaz is a Senior Reservoir Engineer with 16 years of experience. Previously, he had Reservoir Domain Champion position with Schlumberger in Middle East, Researcher position with The Petroleum Institute (former ADNOC Institution) and Research/Teaching Assistant position with Istanbul Technical University. He is an expert in SCAL analysis, reservoir wettability characterization, well testing analysis, perforation and testing design, multiphase flow meters, CO2/Oil/Water interactions, wellbore flow dynamics, and PVT data interpretation. He involved more than 30 projects with Shell, BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and Petrochina in Middle East. He is the 1st place winner of several paper contests in different SPE organizations (Turkey, UAE and Oman), author/co-author of more than 30 conference/journal papers, two books, a US Patent, and technical reviewer of several energy related journals. He holds a B.Sc. (2005) and M.Sc. (2008) degrees in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from ITU, and Ph.D. in Energy from Ege University, Turkey.
Saputelli, Luigi A.
Luigi Saputelli is a Reservoir Engineering Expert Advisor with 30 years of experience as reservoir, drilling and production engineer in PDVSA, ADNOC, Hess and Halliburton.
Saputelli is a researcher, lecturer, and active volunteer in the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) where he serves as JPT editor since 2012, Production and Operations Advisory Board since 2010, founding member of Real-time Optimization Interest Group and Petroleum Data-driven Analytics technical sections. He is recipient of the 2015 SPE International Production and Operations Award.
He has published more than 100 industry papers on digital oilfield, reservoir management and real-time production optimization. He holds a BSc in Electronic Engineer from Universidad Simon Bolivar (1990), with a MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College (1996), and a PhD in chemical engineering from University of Houston (2003). He is also serving as managing partner in Frontender, a services firm in Houston.
Ole Torsæter is Professor in reservoir engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), research associate at PoreLab a Norwegian Centre of Excellence and Adjunct Professor at the University of Oslo. He has been researcher or visiting professor with SINTEF, Phillips Petroleum, ResLab, New Mexico Tech, Texas A & M, University of Bordeaux and A*STAR, Singapore. Torsæter has supervised 220 Master- and 25 PhD-candidates, and he has published 200 research papers and the most recent are on nanofluids for EOR. Ole Torsæter has a Dr. degree from NTNU with a thesis on water imbibition in chalk where he showed that the Ekofisk Field was a good candidate for water flooding. Torsæter received the Darcy Technical Achievement Award from the Society of Core Analysts (2014), Distinguished Achievement Award (2016) and Management and Information Award (2018), both from SPE. Torsæter is member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Technology.