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Raed Ellouz

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Raed Ellouz, Early Bird Petroleum Engineering coordinator in Paris

 

Raed Ellouz has degrees from the École supérieure de physique et de chimie industrielles (ESPCI Paris) and IFP School.

He joined the Total Group in early 2014 as a deposit engineer in France, where he worked on the preliminary phases of several projects. He also worked in design in the Middle East before joining the integrated study group for Papua LNG.

Raed Ellouz has been the Early Bird Petroleum Engineering coordinator in Paris since its launch in May 2014. He also works on recovery methods for the Oil Field division.

 

Publications

Raed Ellouz has co-authored three articles on enhanced oil recovery methods:

  • Bondino, I. (Total EP); Doorwar, S.; Ellouz, R.; Hamon, G. (Total EP). “Visual Microscopic Investigations About the Role of pH, Salinity and Clay on Oil Adhesion and Recovery”. International Symposium of the Society of Core Analysts, Napa Valley, California, USA, 16-19 September, 2013.
  • Puntervold, T. (University of Stavanger); Strand, S. (University of Stavanger); Ellouz, R.; Austad, T. (University of Stavanger). “Why is it Possible to Produce Oil from the Ekofisk Field for Another 40 Years?” International Petroleum Technology Conference, 10-12 December, 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Puntervold, T. (University of Stavanger); Strand, S. (University of Stavanger); Ellouz, R.; Austad, T. (University of Stavanger). “Modified Seawater as a Smart EOR Fluid in Chalk”. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, July 2015.

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