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.
The AUST Repository includes
- Journal Articles (Pre-Prints and Post Prints)
- Conference Papers
- Thesis and Dissertations
- Datasets resulting from Research Projects
- Research and Publications
- Seminars and Workshops
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(2019-06-12)Petroleum fiscal regime defines the extent to which the host government and the prospective investor can apportion risks and share project rewards. Ghana’s petroleum industry has become an attractive place for most investors ...
(2019-06-12)Successful oil and gas well drilling require hole stabilization. Barite comprised of barium sulphate is a common mineral chiefly used by oil and gas companies in their drilling operations. Barite is used in the drilling ...
(2017-11-22)Nigeria is a fast-growing country in terms of urbanization. One of the major infrastructure challenge is power supply. However, this challenge is often not as a result of power generation but as a result of power distribution. ...
Genetic units Based Reservoir Characterization using a Normalized Pore Throat Radius for the Clastic System: Niger Delta as Field Case Study (2016-12-15)Globally, 30–50% of hydrocarbon volumes in silici-clastic reservoirs are contained within the thin-bedded pay. In the Niger Delta deep water assets, over 30% of in-place volumes are found within the complex turbidites. The ...
(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) ...