AUST Institutional Repository
Welcome to the African University of Science and Technology, Institutional Repository. This is a digital archive service of the AUST Library for the preservation and promotion of research record and supporting research data at AUST. This service also collects, preserves, and distributes the academic output and research materials produced or maintained by AUST.
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(2019-06-23)The analysis of the experimental data for the air-silicone oil plug-slug transition in a 67mm id and 6m long horizontal pipe was carried out in this work. The superficial gas and liquid velocity ranged from (0.05 – 4.73) ...
Environmental Impact of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production on the Socio-Economic Life of Niger Delta (2019-06-23)Niger Delta generates higher revenues for Nigeria through its abundant oil and gas resources. The region over the years has been faced with environmental challenges resulting from oil and gas operations. This study is aimed ...
(2019-06-23)Petroleum reserves are affected either negatively or positively by the type of fiscal system and elements governing them. Governments, investors, policymakers, and other stakeholders have from the past been a victim of the ...
(2019-06-23)Numerical reservoir simulators are employed to obtain meaningful and reliable solutions for an actual case due to extreme complexity of the reservoirs systems. Wilcox formation is a reservoir in the gulf of Mexico with ...
(2017-12-16)A data-driven approach to solving the problem of excess water production was the focus of this study. In this research, several reservoir models were simulated for 26 years, and data obtained after simulation was used to ...