Technical: Reservoir Engineering Practice, Well Performance Analysis, Production Optimization, Well Testing analysis, Workover Program , development plans and Artificial Lift design.
Professional: Economics, Water flooding projects plans, and Computer Programming Applications.
B.SC Petroleum Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Mining, Cairo University, July 1988. M.SC. Petroleum Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Mining, Cairo University, May 2000. Graduate level Courses in Water flooding and Advanced Secondary Recovery.
SPE membership Egyptian Institute Community Society of Egyptian Engineering
Executive Summary Emad worked as a Petroleum Engineer for 8 years and then he worked in special engineering studies related to reservoir management planning for the last six years. Currently, he is working as department head that is responsible for reservoir management discipline team in North October and East Tanka Fields for GUPCO. In this position he and his team ensure that the October fields are properly managed and developed. Emad concentrates equally on the identification of development opportunities and reservoir management plans that maximize production and yield economic reserve growth.
Emad has spent over 8 years of his first effective experience as a petroleum engineer position involved in artificial lift technology and pipe line design studies and special modeling studies such as well and field modeling. His main experience has been described in detail in the following pages. His main area of interest includes;
Well/ Field performance evaluation and monitoring with well understanding in well completion design, perforation design and its impact on well productivity, and workover programs to sustain well production and increase well optimum deliverability.
Emad is professional in computer application related to inflow and outflow relationship for both natural and artificial wells methods (gas lift and ESP) and also, he has a good experience in well test analysis including well test analysis and trouble shooting in gas lift wells.