Challenges and Prospects of Converting Nigeria Illegal Refineries to Modular Refineries
Published at The Open Chemical Engineering Journal
Published in 2018
Mamudu Angela, Okoro Emeka, Igwilo Kevin, Olabode Oluwasanmi, Elehinafe Francis and Odunlami Olayemi
olabode oluwasanmi » Olabode oluwasanmi holds a bachelors and PhD in petroleum engineering from covenant University and a Master degree in same field from University of Ibadan. He has supervised 20 undergraduate student project, provided theoretical and practical assistance to post graduate students (10 till date), and trained foreign interns on Eclipse software for reservoir simulation. He currently teaches... view full profile
Predicting the Effect of Well Trajectory and Production Rates on Concurrent Oil and Gas Recovery from Thin Oil Rims.
The Comparative Analysis of Bonny Crude Oil Using Simple Distillation and Pre-flash Model for Maximum Distillate Cuts Recovery (Crude Oil Topping Refinery)
ASSESSMENT OF SANDING POTENTIAL OF UNCONSOLIDATED SANDSTONE RESERVOIRS USING MODIFIED HOEK-BROWN FAILURE CRITERION
Investigating the potential of Calophylluminophyllum plant base oil for oil and gas drilling mud operations
Optimizing Productivity in Oil Rims: Simulation Studies on Horizontal Well Placement under Simultaneous Oil and Gas Production
Production of fuel-blends from waste tyre and plastic by catalytic and integrated pyrolysis for use in compression ignition (CI) engines
The influence of surfactant concentration and surfactant type on the interfacial tension of heavy crude oil/brine/surfactant system
A binary mixture of sesame and castor oil as an ecofriendly corrosion inhibitor of mild steel in crude oil
Recovery Potential of biopolymer (B-P) formulation from solanum tuberosum (waste) starch for enhancing from oil reservoirs.
Improved Water Based Mud Using Solanum Tuberosum Formulated Biopolymer and Application of Artificial Neural Network in Predicting Mud Rheological Properties