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Nwakaji Nwakaji

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Nwakaji Nwakaji, Reservoir Engineer at TEPNG

 

Nwakaji Nwakaji is a Reservoir engineer with a Masters in petroleum engineering and project development from the Institute of Petroleum Studies in collaboration with IFP School France and the University of Port Harcourt Nigeria.

 

He kicked off his career with Total E&P Nigeria in 2011 with the Integrated Reservoir Studies team where he acquired experience in well testing (design, acquisition and interpretation), reservoir simulation and synthesis, reserves booking and evaluation. In 2014, as he joined the Reservoir Monitoring team of OML 100/102, part of his objective was to sustain and ensure production optimization from the brown fields, and to act as an interlocutor with the Sites, Field operations and Well Performance teams.

 

Since February 2016, he has been with the Assets Operated By Others (AOBO) team (formerly known as Non Operated Assets). He currently follows up on all reservoir and field development studies of all assets in OML 138, OML 139 and OPL 223 operated by ExxonMobil where Total has a stake.

 

Projects

  • Well Test Design, Data Acquisition and Interpretation on Eben-1 and Owowo-2 (Owowo West-1)
  • Back Pressure Test on Obagi gas wells
  • Well clean-up on Ofon and Egina wells
  • Acid stimulation and Well flow back of an Egina well
  • Eben, Owowo and Usan dynamic simulation study
  • PLT on a producer in Amenam and RST on a OML 100 well

 

Various collaborations

  • Member Society of Petroleum Engineers

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