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Haruna Onuh

About Haruna Onuh

Haruna Onuh is a consultant petroleum engineer on mature fields and field development planning with Halliburton Energy Services Limited, Nigeria. He previously worked as a lecturer in the Petrochemical and Applied Chemistry Department at the Nigerian Turkish Nile University. He also served as a faculty member for graduate study in the Petroleum Engineering Department at the African University of Science and Technology (AUST), in Abuja, Nigeria, where he tutored undergraduate and post graduate courses in petrophysics and reservoir characterization, fluid properties and phase behavior, reservoir simulation and modeling, petroleum geology and formation evaluation, well deliverability studies, and artificial lift systems. He holds a Bachelor of Science in geology and mining from the University of Jos, Nigeria; and master’s and doctoral degrees and PhD in petroleum engineering from AUST.

Mature Field Rejuvenation with Top Hole Re-completion –Using Cement Packers

Accessing bypassed oil to capture bypassed cash-flow The oil and gas industry has been hard-hit by the economic downturn. We find ourselves dealing with an unprecedented situation: most financing channels are at punitive rates, and the equity capital markets are an option only for a select few. With oil prices only slowly recovering, there is an industrywide sense of urgency to identify ways...


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