Profile

Gbenga Oluyemi
Title: Dr
First Name: Gbenga
Surname: Oluyemi
Position: Lecturer and MSc Projects Manager for FT and Distance Learning students
Telephone: +44 (0)1224 2421
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ORCID: ORCID Icon http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4547-5782

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Research Degree Coordinator
  • Subsurface (ENM200) Module Coordinator
  • Oil and Gas Engineering A (EN4589) Module Coordinator

Academic Background

  • PhD (with specialisation in Petroleum Geomechanics)
  • MSc Field and Well Management
  • PG Diploma Higher Education Learning and Teaching
  • BSc (Hons) Geology

Research Interests / Professional Background

  • Oilfield chemistry related formation damage
  • Optimisation of fracture flow
  • Formation evaluation
  • Geomechanical characterisation of formation rock

Additional Information / Media work / Funding

  • Communications Chair, SPE Aberdeen Section
  • Visiting Lecturer, KNUST, Ghana
  • KTP funding 1999
  • FP7 Funding 2010

Professional Body Membership

  • Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers
  • Member of the Aberdeen Formation Evaluation Society
  • Member of the Energy Institute
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Key Publications

  1. Oluyemi, G., “Chemical Injection Related Sand Failure – An Experimental Investigation”, an invited paper to be presented at 2nd Annual World Congress on Well Stimulation and EOR; May 2011. 
  2. Tchambak, E., Oyeneyin, B., Oluyemi, G.F., “Investigation of CO2 Sequestration during Cold Heavy Oil Production”. Peer reviewed/accepted; Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects (in prints)
  3. Tchambak, E., Oyeneyin, B., Oluyemi, G.F., “CO2 Injection in Deepwater Heavy Oil Reservoir: A Simulation Study”, Accepted; Pipeline and Gas Journal (in prints)
  4. Tchambak, E., Oyeneyin, B., Oluyemi, G.F., “The Prospect of Deepwater Heavy Oil Production Using CO2 EOR” Accepted for publication in the proceedings of 4th World Heavy Oil Congress in Edmonton, March 14-17, 2011