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Sina Rezaei Gomari
Senior Lecturer in Petroleum Technology and Engineering,
School of Science & Engineering
T: 01642 342519E: email@example.com
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Dr Gomari completed his first degree in Chemical Engineering at Petroleum University of Technology, Abadan, Iran. He gained his MSc in Petroleum Engineering from NTNU, Norway followed by his PhD at the University of Stavanger, Norway. He has gained 12 years of industrial experiences with the National Iranian Oil Company, and Statoil before joining Teesside University as Senior Lecturer. He is currently course leader for MSc Petroleum Engineering.
His main research interests are:
His main research interests are:
· Hydraulic Fracturing
· Shale Gas /Tight Sand
· Reservoir Rock/Fluid Interaction
· Oil and Gas Reservoir Modelling
· Surface Characterization
· Wettability alteration
· Oil and Gas Production Optimization
· IOR/EOR methods
Low Salinity water Injection
Miscible /Immiscible Gas Injection
Current PhD students
Director of PhD study:
1) Student: Kingsley Godwin Uranta
Project Title : Integration techniques for effective control of water in oil and gas wells
2) Student: Hadi Parvizi
Project Title :Hydraulic fracturing modelling and process optimisation in tight gas reservoirs
3) Student: Benedicta Bilotu
Project Title: The optimization and development of gas condensate field
Co-supervisor of PhD study:
1)Student: Saifaddeen Sallam
Project Title: Predictive Production Modelling for Increasing Productivity of Oil Wells
Co-supervisor of PhD study in collaboration with Robert Gurdon University:
2)Student: Maureen Ani
Project Title: Improving Reservoir Uncertainty Analysis using an Artificial Intelligence ( AI) Modelling Approach
Over 12 year’s professional experience in the different fields of reservoir development working in Iran, and Norway. Within these years working on different types of reservoir from conventional to unconventional and carbonate to sandstone helped me to challenge myself with different problems and solution to the problems.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, Nikhil Joseph, Study of the Effect of Clay Particles on Low Salinity Water Injection in Sandstone Reservoirs, Energies in Press (2017)
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari , Bizhan Zangiabadi , Systematic evaluation of rock mechanical behavior of chalk reservoirs in presence of variety of water compositions, International Journal of Geomechanics, in Press (2017).
Ø Maureen Ani, Gbenga Oluyemi, Andrei Petrovski , Sina Rezaei Gomari, Reservoir Uncertainty Analysis: The Trends from Probability to Algorithms and Machine Learning. SPE 181049 presented at the SPE intelligent Energy International Conference and Exhibition held in Aberdeen, UK , 6-8 September 2016.
Ø Saifaddeen Sallam , Mohammad Munir Ahmad, Mohamed Naser, and Sina Rezaei-Gomari, Reservoir Simulation for Investigating the Effect of Reservoir Pressure on Oil Recovery Factor. International Journal of Advanced Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2, October 2015.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, Andres Delgado Andrade, Bahram Soltani, Study of the effect of Illite and Kaolinite on low salinity water injection , International Journal of Engineering Research and Application , 2015.
Ø Hadi Parvizi , Sina Rezaei Gomari, Farhad Nabhani , Andrea Turner and Wei Cher Feng, Hydraulic Fracturing Performance Evaluation in Tight Sand Gas Reservoirs with High Perm Streaks and Natural Fractures, SPE 174338 presented at the 77th EAGE Conference & Exhibition held in Madrid Spain, 1-4 June 2015.
Ø Hadi Parvizi, Sina Rezaei Gomari, Farhad Nabhani, Wei-Cher Feng, A Practical Workflow for Offshore Hydraulic Fracturing Modeling : Focusing on Sothern North Sea, SPE 174339, presented at the 77th EAGE Conference & Exhibition held in Madrid Spain, 1-4 June 2015.
Ø Sina R. Gomari, How to overcome the obstacles in the special core analysis projects for challenging reservoirs, Rock &Fluid Physics: Academic and Industrial Perspectives, presented at 100 years of shell celebration –Amsterdam, October 2014.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, Assessment of eco-friendly and cost effective bio-surfactant mediated enhanced oil recovery using powder technology, paper presented at 20th Reservoir Microbiology Forum (RMF2014) held in London18-19 November 2014.
Ø Mohammad M. Ghiasia, Alireza Bahadorib, Sohrab Zendehboudic, Ahmad Jamilid, Sina Rezaei-Gomarie,Novel methods predict equilibrium vapor methanol content during gas hydrate inhibition. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, Volume 15, November 2013, Pages 69–75.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, F. Berg, A. Mock, P. E. Øren, E. B. Petersen Jr., A. B. Rustad,, O. Lopez, Electrical and Petrophysical Properties of Siliciclastic Reservoir Rocks from Pore-Scale MODELING, International Symposium of the Society of Core Analyst, September 18th - 21st, 2011 in Austin, Texas, USA
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, Different Approaches to Understand Mechanism of Wettability Alteration of Carbonate Reservoirs, paper SPE 121952 presented at the SPE Europec/EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition held in Amsterdam, The Netherland, 8–11 June 2009.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, O. Karoussi, A. A. Hamouda, Mechanistic Study of Interaction between Water and Carbonate Rocks for Enhancing Oil Recovery, paper SPE 99628 to be presented at the SPE Europec/EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition held in Vienna, Austria, 12–15 June 2006.
Ø A. A. Hamouda, Sina Rezaei Gomari, Influence of Temperature on Wettability Alteration of Carbonate Reservoirs, paper SPE 99848 presented at the 2006 SPE/DOE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.A., 22–26 April 2006.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari , A. A. Hamouda, R. Denoyel, Influence of sulfate ions on the interaction between fatty acids and calcite surface, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects , Vol. 287,(2006), 29-35.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, R. Denoyel, A. A. Hamouda, Wettability of calcite and mica modified by different long chain fatty acids (C18 acids). Journal of colloid and interface science Vol. 297,(2006), 470-479.
Ø Sina Rezaei Gomari, A. A. Hamouda, Effect of fatty acids, water composition and pH on the wettability alteration of calcite surface. J. Petrol. Sci. Eng. 50 (2006) 140-150.
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