Michael Nnaji
Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria.
Michael is a graduate of Petroleum Engineering, with second class upper division (GPA; 4.26/5). Michael's research interests are Hydrogen Utilization as an alternative energy source, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and improving oil recovery through the injection of carbon (IV) gas in heavy oil reservoirs. Michael has carried out several independent research using relevant oil and gas software such as Schlumberger Eclipse and IPM tools. Michael is also passionate in service to humanity demonstrated as a coordinator of Nigeria Federation of catholic students. Another leadership experience was as a team captain in SPE Petro Bowl competition. Michael also teaches physics for the passion of inculcating knowledge to younger generation. Finally, Michael is highly self-motivated, creative, adaptable and interested in making the world a better place through selfless services to humanity.
12 Mar 2023| By
Michael Michael Nnaji,
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Princewill Princewill Ikpeka

Water alternating gas (WAG) processes are usually applied in gas floods to improve oil recovery. However, the best time to inject gas during WAG enhanced oil recovery process is a major challenge in the petroleum industry. Some of the factors that affect WAG performance were investigated using Schlumberger ECLIPSE 100...

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